Everett vs. Medicine Hat: lineup notes

EVERETT

Forward lines:

Soumelidis-Bauml-Petryk

Leedahl-Hayer-Sandhu

Stadnyk-Mappin-Oslanski

Lofthouse-Low-Grayson

Defensive pairings:

Mueller-Adam

Foulk-Walters

Betker-Cox

Starting goalie:

Cotton

Scratches: Winquist, Harrison, MacDonald, Murray.

Notes: Everett, playing its third game in three days, makes two changes from Saturday night’s 6-5 victory over Vancouver. Daniel Cotton gets the start in goal in place of Austin Lotz, and defenseman Griffin Foulk rotates in for Cole MacDonald. Captain Ryan Murray (shoulder) and wingers Ryan Harrison (knee) and Joshua Winquist (mononucleosis) remain out because of physical ailments.

MEDICINE HAT

Forward lines:

Cox-Pearce-Valk

Leier-Bredo-Doty

Sanford-Labelle-Broadhead

Penner-Owre-Butcher

Defensive pairings:

Busenius-Jensen

Ryckman-Lewington

Staples-Becker

Starting goalie:

Lanigan

Scratches: Stanton, Shinkaruk, Koules, Hart.

Notes: Medicine Hat finishes up a three-in-three weekend trip through the U.S. Division banged up. Star winger Hunter Shinkaruk received a 14-stitch gash in his knee during Saturday’s 5-2 loss at Portland, while winger and former Silvertip property Miles Koules suffered an ankle injury in the same game. Both sit tonight. Center Jayden Hart (upper body) and defenseman Ty Stanton (upper body) didn’t make the trip because of injuries.

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