Everett vs. Vancouver: lineup notes

EVERETT

Forward lines:

Winquist-Hayer-Sandhu

Harrison-Petryk-Lofthouse

Stadnyk-Mappin-Leedahl

Soumelidis-Low-Grayson

Defensive pairings:

Mueller-Adam

Betker-Cox

MacDonald-Oslanski

Starting goalie:

Lotz

Scratches: Walters, Zipp, Bauml, Murray.

Notes: Everett winger Carson Stadnyk was not suspended by the league for his major penalty for “charging the goaltender” in Friday night’s loss to Seattle, so he remains in the lineup. Defenseman Micheal Zipp is scratched after making his WHL debut vs. Seattle, meaning Landon Oslanski yo-yos back to defense again. Defensemen Ryan Murray (shoulder) and Nick Walters (upper body) and center Kohl Bauml (shoulder) remain out injured.

VANCOUVER

Forward lines:

Kessy-Kieser-Houck

Sieben-Franson-Moar

Vickerman-Foster-McEvoy

Cheek-Popoff-Cooke

Defensive pairings:

Geertsen-Kulak

Morrison-Orban

Vannieuwenhuizen-Zalitach

Starting goalie:

Liston

Scratches: Sward, Tvrdon, Ast, Coyle, Fuhr.

Notes: Vancouver plays without centers Dalton Sward and Anthony Ast, who are both sick. Winger Marek Tvrdon is out for the season because of a blood clot issue. Overage goaltender Liam Liston makes just his second start since Nov. 1.

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