Bandits tonight

October 31, 1995

Opponent: Prince Edward Island Senators

Site: Baltimore Arena

Time: 7

Radio: WITH (1230 AM), WAMD (970 AM)

Outlook: In their ongoing attempts to improve a defense that has allowed 55 goals in just 11 games, the Bandits, through their parent club, the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim, traded center Jarrod Skalde, 24, to the Calgary Flames for defenseman Bobby Marshall, 23. Marshall, who had five assists in 10 games with Saint John, will play for Baltimore tonight. Skalde had two goals and six assists in 11 Bandits games. Recently signed veteran NHL defenseman Doug Crossman practiced yesterday with Baltimore but won't play tonight. Only three teams have scored more goals than the Senators (47), but they've allowed more goals (60) than even the Bandits.

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