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Published: Saturday, November 24, 2012, 6:36 p.m.

Everett vs. Kootenay: lineup notes

EVERETT

Forward lines:
Winquist-Hayer-Sandhu
Soumelidis-Bauml-Petryk
Stadnyk-Mappin-Oslanski
Leedahl-Low-Lofthouse

Defensive pairings:
Mueller-Adam
MacDonald-Walters
Betker-Cox

Starting goalie:
Cotton

Scratches: Grayson, Harrison, Murray.

Notes: Everett welcomes winger Joshua Winquist back to the lineup. Winquist missed the previous 13 games, first because of a groin injury and then because of mononucleosis. Despite sitting out those games, he's still tied for the team lead in goals with eight. Winger Ryan Harrison (knee) and defenseman Ryan Murray (shoulder) remain out injured.

KOOTENAY

Forward lines:
Benoit-Philp-Descheneau
Boyd-Reinhart-Cable
Vetterl-McPhee-Martin
Prochazka-O'Connor-Hubic

Defensive pairings:
Leach-Dirk
Simpson-Muth
Thomas-Faith

Starting goalie:
Skapski

Scratches: Wand, Shirley, Montgomery.

Notes: Kootenay plays without overage winger Brock Montgomery and defenseman Spencer Wand, both because of an uppper-body injuries. Former Silvertips forwards Jordyn Boyd and Zach McPhee make their returns to Comcast Arena as members of the Ice.
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