Kansas Koyotes' Wide Receiver Travis Stallbaumer underwent surgery last monday night to repair the broken tibia in his left leg. Travis sustained the injury on the first game of the 2005 season against the Nebraska Bears. Doctors at Stormont Vail inserted 2 pins into the bone to aid in it's healing. The procedure went as planned and was considered successful. Stallbaumer is estimated to be on crutches for 3 to 4 weeks with rehab to follow afterwards. The earliest he would be available to play would be the 2005 APFL championship.
That is good to hear. It sucks that he got hurt on a play away from the ball. Hopefully he can make it back for the championship game.... (yes, yes, yes... that is *if* the Koyotes make it... ^_^ )