Everett vs. Kelowna: lineup notes

EVERETT

Forward lines:

Harrison-Bauml-Mappin

Leedahl-Hayer-Petryk

Skapski-Stadnyk-Aasman

Soumelidis-Low-Raymond

Defensive pairings:

Cox-Mueller

Betker-Oslanski

Zipp-MacDonald

Starting goalie:

Cotton

Scratches: Nikkel, Sandhu, Grayson, Winquist, Adam, Lotz.

Notes: Everett goes with the exact same lineup, lines and defensive pairings from Friday’s 5-1 home loss to Calgary. Forwards Joshua Winquist (upper body), Tyler Sandhu (concussion) and Lucas Grayson (lower body), defensemen Austin Adam (mononucleosis) and Ayrton Nikkel (finger), and goaltender Austin Lotz (ankle) are all out because of physical ailments. Two affiliated players, winger Kyle Raymond and goaltender Adam Todd, dress for the second straight game.

KELOWNA

Forward lines:

McKinkay-Sissons-Fowlie

Goulbourne-Chartier-Bell

Barnett-Olsen-Baillie

Glover-Heffley-Linaker

Defensive pairings:

Martin-Severson

Johnston-Lees

Stadel-Bowey

Starting goalie:

Whistle

Scratches: Wheaton, Franko, Rigby, Nyberg.

Notes: Kelowna plays without second-leading scorer Zach Franko, who must have gotten injured during the Rocket’s two-game series against Portland this weekend. Winger Carter Rigby (ankle) and defenseman Mitchell Wheaton (upper body) are definitively out injured. Jackson Whistle gets the start in goal after No. 1 Jordon Cooke played the previous two nights.

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