Everett vs. Prince Albert lineup notes

We’re back at Xfinity Arena for the Everett Silvertips’ second game in as many days. The Prince Albert Raiders will be in town this afternoon beginning at 4:05 for the only regular-season match-up between the two teams.

Everett is of course coming off a thrilling 5-4 overtime victory Saturday night while the Raiders fell 4-3 at Seattle in a shootout.







Defensive pairings






Scratches: Lotz, Dwyer, Pfeifer, Mallonee, Khomenko

Prince Albert (lines not available)





Scratches: Guhle, Lenchyshun, Schioler

You can follow along on Twitter @jessegeleynse.

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