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“We’ll see how he comes through today, and there’s a possibility of him backing up and/or playing tomorrow,” coach Dean Evason said. “But we’ll evaluate here after tonight.”
Farabee is expected to be out for four weeks with an upper-body injury.
“He is going to be out for a little longer than a couple of games, yes. He is going to be week-to-week.”