Everett vs. Spokane: lineup notes

EVERETT

Forward lines:

Harrison-Bauml-Sandhu

Leedahl-Hayer-Petryk

Skapski-Stadnyk-Mappin

Soumelidis-Low-Aasman

Defensive pairings:

Cox-Mueller

Betker-Oslanski

Zipp-MacDonald

Starting goalie:

Cotton

Scratches: Nikkel, Grayson, Winquist, Adam.

Notes: Everett continues to go with its 20 available bodies. Goaltender Austin Lotz (ankle) is dressed for the second straight game, though he will only play in an emergency, meaning Daniel Cotton makes his eighth straight start. The Tips make one adjustment to their lines as winger Tyler Sandhu, who returned from a concussion Thursday night in Kelowna, takes Ty Mappin’s place on the right wing alongside Ryan Harrison and Kohl Bauml. wingers Joshua Winquist (upper body) and Lucas Grayson (lower body), and defensemen Austin Adam (mononucleosis) and Ayrton Nikkel (finger) remain out with physical ailments.

SPOKANE

Forward lines:

Proft-Aviani-Gal

Whittingham-Stewart-Chartier

Helewka-Walchuk-Holmberg

Rimmel-Bertaggia?-Playfair

Where’s Fiddler?

Defensive pairings:

Gow-Kichton

McIntosh-Wedman

Coyle?-Power

Starting goalie:

Williams

Scratches: Fram, Mort, King, Smith, Bertaggia/Coyle.

Notes: Spokane will make a game-time decision on winger Alessio Bertaggia, who’s played just twice since arriving at the trade deadline because of an upper-body injury. If he can’t go, defenseman Stewart Coyle will play instead. Leading goal scorer Todd Fiddler somehow was left off the lines, though he’s not listed as a scratch. The Chiefs have three defensemen who are out injured: Tanner Mort (upper body), Tyler King (upper body) and Jason Fram (lower body).

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