Everett vs. Spokane lineup notes

EVERETT (12-1-2-1)

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Scratches: Leedahl, Laurencelle, Wegleitner.

Notes: Everett plays the exact same lineup and combinations from Friday’s 5-1 victory in Vancouver, except that Austin Lotz returns to goal. The Tips are forced to go with the same 18 skaters as the three scratches are all health related. Center Remi Laurencelle suffered an ankle injury in Wednesday’s 6-3 victory over Red Deer, and although he finished out that game, he sits out for the second straight night. Winger Gunnar Wegleitner (flu) also misses his second straight. Winger Dawson Leedahl (knee) is a long-term absentee.

SPOKANE (7-5-3-0)

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Scratches: Helgesen, McAndrews, Ka.Yamamoto, Miske, Rayman/Sozanski.

Notes: Spokane gets two players back tonight as forward Mitch Lipon (upper body) returns from injury and defenseman Tamas Laday returns from a two-game suspension for a kneeing major penalty. The Chiefs are still without center Kailer Yamamoto, who is playing for the U.S. at the U-17 World Hockey Challenge, as well as forwards Devon McAndrews (upper body) and defenseman Tyson Helgesen (upper body), who are out injured. Spokane went through an overager shuffle since the last time it played Everett, with winger Jackson Playfair returning to the team after being waived by Tri-City, and Connor Chartier forced to make way.

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