Everett vs. Seattle lineup notes

EVERETT (40-20-3-5)

Forward lines

Mykitiuk-Bauml-Stadnyk

Leedahl-Laurencelle-Scherbak

Bajkov-Fonteyne-Nikolishin

Millar-Wegleitner-Aasman

Defensive pairings

Betker-Juulsen

MacDonald-Davis

Skrumeda-Wharrie

Goaltenders

Hart

Lotz

Scratches: Astasiewicz, Pfeifer, Low.

Notes: Everett continues to play without winger Brayden Low and defenseman Tristen Pfeifer because of upper-body injuries. The Saskatoon Platoon line is broken up, with winger Jake Mykitiuk moving onto the line with Kohl Bauml and Carson Stadnyk, while Dawson Leedahl joins Remi Laurencelle and Nikita Scherbak as the Tips try to generate some more offense. Rookie Carter Hart continues to get the call in goal.

SEATTLE (34-24-4-5)

Forward lines

Millette-Barzal-Lipsbergs

Volcan-Eansor-Holowko

Gropp-Neuls-Pederson

Osterman/Khaira-Elder-Spencer

Defensive pairings

Theodore-Smith

Hauf-Wardley

Ottenbreit-Bear

Goaltenders

Kozun

Flodell

Scratches: True, Kolesar, Khaira/Osterman.

Notes: Seattle is without power forward Keegan Kolesar, who is out long-term because of a broken arm. Center Alexander True (upper body) is nearing his return from injury, but it’s not tonight. Both defernseman Sahvan Khaira and winger Luke Osterman both take the warm-up, but just one will play.

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