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Published: Friday, March 28, 2014, 6:35 p.m.

Game 4: Everett vs. Seattle lineup notes

Note: Lines and defensive pairings are not provided during the postseason.

EVERETT

Forwards: Khaira, Bajkov, Low, Leedahl, Laurencelle, Stadnyk, Fonteyne, Hayer, Winquist, Aasman, Jones, Nikolishin.

Defensemen: Pufahl, Betker, Mueller, MacDonald, Adam, Davis.

Goaltenders: Lotz, Amundrud.

Scratches: Juulsen, Sandhu, Cochrane.

Notes: Everett plays without defenseman Noah Juulsen, who was unable to complete Tuesday's Game 3. Austin Adam comes into the lineup to replace Juulsen. Winger Tyler Sandhu has rejoined practices, but remains scratched. Center Kohl Bauml has been off the roster because of a fractured leg.

SEATTLE

Forwards: McKechnie, Spencer, Elliot, Eansor, Hickman, Troock, Gropp, Barzal, Delnov, Kolesar, Lipsbergs, Maxwell.

Defensemen: Smith, Henry, Theodore, Bear, Wardley, Hauf.

Goaltenders: Kozun, Mumaugh.

Scratches: Wolf, Pederson, Yakubowski.

Notes: Seattle plays without winger Jaimen Yakubowski, who was suspended one game by the league for his checking-from-behind double-minor from Tuesday's Game 3, which is the hit that knocked Juulsen out of the game. Calvin Spencer replaces Yakubowski in the lineup. Winger Connor Honey remains off the roster because of an upper-body issue.

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