Game 6: Everett vs. Portland lineup notes

Note: Line combinations and defensive pairings are not provided during the playoffs.

EVERETT

Forwards: Mappin, Sandhu, Low, Leedahl, Petryk, Bauml, Stadnyk, Soumelidis, Winquist, Aasman, Oslanski, MacDonald.

Defensemen: Nikkel, Cox, Betker, Zipp, Mueller, Adam.

Goaltenders: Lotz (starting), Cotton.

Scratches: Juulsen, Skapski, Hayer, Grayson, Harrison, Davis.

Notes: One change for Everett from Saturday’s 3-2 victory at Portland as defenseman Ayrton Nikkel returns to the lineup in place of defenseman Kevin Davis. The 15-year-olds, Davis and defenseman Noah Juulsen, have returned home for school purposes, though they could still be recalled should Everett’s season continue. Forwards Ryan Harrison (concussion), Manraj Hayer (finger) and Mitch Skapski (upper body) remain out injured.

PORTLAND

Forwards: Bittner, Rattie, De Leo, De Champlain, Kopeck, Iverson, Baker, Petan, Leier, Peters, Bjorkstrand, Leipsic.

Defensemen: Rutkowski, Jones, Hanson, MacPherson, Wotherspoon, Pouliot.

Goaltenders: Carruth (starting), Burke.

Scratches: Schoenborn, Turgeon, Mahon, Vorobev, Viveiros, Schamerhorn.

Notes: Portland also makes one change as winger Keegan Iverson rotates back into the lineup in place of winger Joe Mahon. All of Portland’s scratches are healthy.

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