Everett vs. Kamloops lineup notes

EVERETT (13-2-2-1)

Forward lines

Bajkov-Bauml-Scherbak

Low-Nikolishin-Stadnyk

Millar-Fonteyne-Aasman

Wegleitner-Cochrane-Wharrie

Defensive pairings

Betker-Juulsen

MacDonald-Davis

Skrumeda-Pfeifer

Goaltenders

Lotz

Hart

Scratches: Leedahl, Laurencelle, Malenica.

Notes: Everett uses the identical lineup and lines as from Friday’s 4-3 shootout victory over Portland. The only change is that Austin Lotz gets the start in goal. Forwards Dawson Leedahl (knee), Remi Laurencelle (ankle) and Nik Malenica (upper body) remain out injured.

KAMLOOPS (9-10-2-1)

Forward lines

Shirley-McVeigh-Shynkaruk

Winther-Revel-Kryski

Ully-Needham-Sideroff

Loewen-Harrison-Benjafield

Defensive pairings

Maier-Rehill

Clouston-Fora

Reagan-Connolly

Goaltenders

Ingram

Kehler

Scratches: Verveda, Chyzowski, Zaharichuk, Gaudet.

Notes: Kamloops plays without overage defenseman Brady Gaudet, who is out with an upper-body injury. Leading scorer Cole Ully, who missed Everett’s 4-1 victory at Kamloops on Oct. 29 because of illness, will be the main target of Everett’s defense.

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