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Jesse Geleynse | jgeleynse@heraldnet.com
Published: Tuesday, December 31, 2013, 5:11 p.m.

Everett vs. Victoria lineup notes

EVERETT

Forward lines:
Bauml-Sandhu
Leedahl-Khaira-Stadnyk
DeRoose-Low-Aasman
Fonteyne-Nikolishin-Bajkov

Defensive pairings:
Pufahl-Adam
Betker-MacDonald
Zipp-Wharrie

Goaltenders:
Lotz
Cotton

Scratches: Juulsen, Hayer, Winquist, Mueller, Davis.

Notes: Everett dresses the same lineup with the same lines/pairings for the third straight game, with the only change from Saturday's 4-3 overtime victory at Seattle seeing Austin Lotz step back between the pipes in goal. Overage forwards Joshua Winquist and Manraj Hayer remain out because of concussions. Defenseman Mirco Mueller is at the World Junior Hockey Championships, while defensmen Kevin Davis and Noah Juulsen are at the U-17 World Hockey Challenge. Call-up defenseman Jordan Wharrie plays his third game, but the Tips remain one skater short.

VICTORIA

Forward lines:
Crunk-Fisher-Skapski
Carroll-B. Walker-Fushimi
Blomqvist-Hodges-Magee
J. Walker-Palmer

Defensive pairings:
Cote-Fransoo
Kanzig-Gagnon
Kohlhauser-Schacher

Goaltenders:
Polivka
Vollrath

Scratches: Hicketts, Soy, Nelson, Reddenkopp.

Notes: Victoria also plays one skater short. Center Logan Nelson and defenseman Joe Hicketts are out with upper-body injuries, while center Tyler Soy and defenseman Chaz Reddenkopp are at the U-17 World Hockey Challenge. Patrik Polivka gets the start in goal ahead of Coleman Vollrath, who leads the league in goals against average and save percentage.

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