Everett vs. Spokane lineup notes

It’s the home opener tonight here at Xfinity Arena where the Everett Silvertips (2-1-0-0) will play host to the Spokane Chiefs (3-3-0-0) beginning at 7.

The Tips are coming off a 3-1 win at Portland last Saturday while the Chiefs fell 5-0 Friday night to the Winterhawks.

You can check out this primer that appeared in today’s paper for tonight’s game, which is “Fill the House Night” at Xfinity.

Everett

Line combos:

Leedahl-Laurencelle-Stadnyk

Bajkov-Fonteyne-Millar

Ralph-Skoleski-Mallonee

Dewar-Sutter-Gerth

Defensive pairings:

Skrumeda-Juulsen

Christiansen-MacDonald

Dwyer-Davis

Hart in goal

Scratches:

Lotz, Pfeifer, Leslie, King, Khomenko

Pfeifer was going to try to play this weekend, but evidently he’s still out with a shoulder injury. Khomenko also won’t play.

Spokane

Line combos:

Zwerger-Elynuik-Ka. Yamamoto

Ke. Yamamoto-Anderson-Dolan-Ostir

McIndoe/Ross-Olynek-Miske

Andersen-Bechtold-Cardiff

Defensive pairings:

Sozanski-Fram

Henderson-Faith

Hamaliuk-Fiala

Hughson in goal

Scratches:

Berlin, Helgesen, Toporowski, Whittingham

No live blog tonight, but you can follow me on Twitter @jessegeleynse for updates.

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