Everett vs. Portland: lineup notes


Forward lines:





Defensive pairings:




Starting goalie:


Scratches: Leedahl, Bauml, Mueller, Murray.

Notes: Everett swaps Landon Oslanski and Micheal Zipp, with overager Oslanski returning to forward and the rookie Zipp playing on defense. Interestingly, Oslanski skates with Reid Petryk and Ryan Harrison instead of returning to a line with rookies Ty Mappin and Carson Stadnyk. Forwards Kohl Bauml (shoulder) and Dawson Leedahl (knee) and defensemen Ryan Murray (shoulder) and Mirco Mueller (World Juniors, Switzerland) remain unavailable.


Forward lines:


Leier-De Leo-Iverson



Defensive pairings:




Starting goalie:


Scratches: Jones, Rattie, Wotherspoon, Bjorkstrand, Viveiros, Schoenborn/Mahon.

Notes: Portland is gutted by World Juniors as forwards Ty Rattie (Canada) and Oliver Bjorkstrand (Denmark) and defensmen seth Jones (U.S.), Tyler Wotherspoon (Canada) and Layne Viveiros (Austria) are all unavailable. Wingers Alex Schoenborn and Joe Mahon both take the warm-up, but only one will play.

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