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Jesse Geleynse | jgeleynse@heraldnet.com
Published: Sunday, September 1, 2013, 6:14 p.m.

Everett vs. Portland lineup notes

EVERETT

Forwards: Bajkov, Low, Leedahl, Mappin, Bauml, Fontenyne, Raymond, Hayer, Winquist, Aasman, Hopponen, Nikolishin.

Defensemen: Juulsen, Pufahl, Betker, MacDonald, Adam, Davis

Goaltenders: Lotz (starting), Amundrud.

Scratches: Sandhu, Petryk, Stadnyk, Skapski, Penner, Zipp, Skrumeda, Mueller, Cotton.

Notes: Everett gets a little more experienced up front, with Joshua Winquist and Kohl Bauml returning to the lineup. Forward Reid Petryk is the odd-overager out tonight, while defenseman Mirco Mueller is the odd-Euro out. Micheal Zipp is the only Everett player who didn't play at all this weekend.

PORTLAND

Forwards: Price, Bittner, De Leo, Kopeck, Iverson, Rossignol, Schoenborn, Turgeon, Thompson, Alldridge, McKenzie.

Defensemen: Hanson, Paterson, MacPherson, Greer, Davies, Viveiros, Texeira.

Goaltenders: Schamerhorn (starting), Hill.

Scratches: De Champlain, Petan, Leier, Mahon, McColgan, Bjorkstrand, Leipsic, Cederholm, Haar, Czaikowski, Pouliot, Burke, Bullion.

Notes: Portland plays it's youngsters and sits all its big guns, including Brendan Leipsic and Nicolas Petan. The Winterhawks also dress seven defensemen instead of six.

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