Everett vs. Tri-City: lineup notes


Forward lines:





Defensive pairings:




Starting goalie:


Scratches: Leedahl, Lofthouse, Soumelidis, MacDonald, Adam.

Notes: The big news for Everett is that overage winger Ryan Harrison makes his season debut. Harrison, Everett’s leading returning scorer, sat out the first four games due to suspension for a charging major penalty that carried over from last season’s playoffs. Defenseman Austin Adam remains sidelined with a broken hand.


Forward lines:





Defensive pairings:




Starting goalie:


Scratches: Tomchuk, Clowes, McCue, Mychan, Filbrandt.

Notes: Overage winger Jesse Mychan, a former Silvertip, sits after suffering an upper-body injury over the weekend. With the Americans carrying four overagers, that frees up a spot for defenseman Drydn Dow, who makes his season debut. Winger Tyson Dallman also makes his season debut after sitting with an upper-body injury. Defenseman Brodie Clowes is out with an upper-body injury.

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