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Published: Saturday, February 16, 2013, 6:07 p.m.

Everett vs. Seattle: lineup notes

EVERETT

Forward lines:
Harrison-Bauml-Sandhu
Leedahl-Hayer-Petryk
Soumelidis-Low-Aasman
Skapski-Stadnyk-Mappin

Defensive pairings:
Cox-Mueller
Betker-Oslanski
Zipp-MacDonald

Starting goalie:
Cotton

Scratches: Nikkel, Grayson, Winquist, Adam.

Notes: Exact same lineup/lines/pairings/goaltender for Everett as from Friday night's 6-3 loss to Spokane. Wingers Joshua Winquist (upper body) and Lucas Grayson (lower body), and defensemen Austin Adam (mononucleosis) and Ayrton Nikkel (finger) remain out with physical ailments.

SEATTLE

Forward lines:
Sheen-Kambeitz-Honey
Lipsbergs-Lockhart-Swenson
Elliot-Delnov-Hickman
Green/Wray-Johnson-Sanvido

Defensive pairings:
Forsberg-Smith
Hauf-Theodore
Foulk-Wardley

Starting goalie:
Glover

Scratches: Wolf, Troock, Holub, Myles, Wray/Green.

Notes: Seattle winger Branden Troock is once again out for the season because of an upper-body injury -- poor kid, what does he have to do to stay healthy? Defenseman Kevin Wolf (upper body) and goaltender Justin Myles (upper body) are out injured. One of winger Daniel Wray and utilityman Taylor Green will be a late scratch.



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