Everett vs. Seattle: lineup notes

EVERETT

Forward lines:

Winquist-Hayer-Sandhu

Harrison-Petryk-Lofthouse

Stadnyk-Mappin-Oslanski

Leedahl-Low-Soumelidis

Defensive pairings:

Mueller-Adam

Betker-MacDonald

Zipp-Cox

Starting goalie:

Cotton

Scratches: Walters, Bauml, Grayson, Murray.

Notes: The Tips finally get a player back from injury as overage winger Ryan Harrison returns after missing 10 games because of a torn meniscus in his knee. Everett remains without defensemen Ryan Murray (shoulder) and Nick Walters (upper body) and center Kohl Bauml (shoulder) because of injuries. Landon Oslanski is back at right wing after spending the previous two games on defense. Sixteen-year-old defenseman Micheal Zipp makes his WHL debut.

SEATTLE

Forward lines:

Sheen-Lockhart-Hickman

Sanvido-Rouse-Swenson

Lipsbergs-Delnov-Honey

Elliot-Holub

Defensive pairings:

Hauf-Theodore

Forsberg-Smith

Foulk-Green

Wardley

Starting goalie:

Glover

Scratches: Wolf, Troock, Wray.

Notes: Seattle continues to be without winger Branden Troock because of an upper-body injury. Defenseman Griffin Foulk plays at Comcast Arena for the first time since being traded from Everett to Seattle. The T-birds elect to go with seven defensemen and 11 forwards.

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