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Jesse Geleynse | jgeleynse@heraldnet.com
Published: Saturday, March 15, 2014, 6:18 p.m.

Everett vs. Victoria lineup notes

EVERETT

Forward lines:
Winquist-Khaira-Nikolishin
Leedahl-Fonteyne-Stadnyk
Low-Hayer-Bajkov
Jones-Laurencelle-Sandhu

Defensive pairings:
Pufahl-MacDonald
Betker-Juulsen
Mueller-Davis

Goaltenders:
Lotz
Amundrud

Scratches: Bauml, Aasman, Adam, Cochrane, Hart.

Notes: Everett, which can still finish anywhere from fourth to sixth in the Western Conference, fields the same lineup that won 5-3 in Victoria on Friday night. Winger Tyler Sandhu retains his spot after returning Friday from a 20-game absence. Center Kohl Bauml remains out with a fractured tibia. Fifteen-year-old goaltender Carter Hart has rejoined the Tips as his midget team's season is over, but he's in the stands tonight. The Tips will be keeping a close eye on Seattle (at Portland) and Spokane (at Tri-City), which are both a point ahead of Everett in the standings.

VICTORIA

Forward lines:
Crunk-Fisher-Nelson
Blomqvist-B. Walker-Magee
Fushimi-Soy-Skapski
Carroll-Hodges-Palmer

Defensive pairings:
Cote-Kanzig
Hicketts-Brown
Reddenkopp-Gagnon

Goaltenders:
Vollrath
Polivka

Scratches: Fransoo, Kohlhauser, J. Walker, Oleksyn.

Notes: Victoria, which is playing its final game of the season and already locked into the third seed in the Western Conference, nevertheless plays essentially a full lineup. The only regular rested is overage defenseman Jordan Fransoo. Coleman Vollrath gets the start in goal after Patrik Polivka got the call Friday in Victoria.

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