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Jesse Geleynse | jgeleynse@heraldnet.com
Published: Saturday, February 15, 2014, 6:11 p.m.

Everett vs. Seattle lineup notes

EVERETT

Forward lines:
Winquist-Bauml-Bajkov
Leedahl-Khaira-Stadnyk
Low-Hayer-Nikolishin
Fonteyne-Laurencelle-Aasman

Defensive pairings:
Betker-Juulsen
Mueller-Davis
Pufahl-MacDonald

Goaltenders:
Lotz
Hart

Scratches: Sandhu, Adam, Jones.

Notes: Everett plays the exact same lineup from Friday's 2-1 overtime victory over Vancouver. Wingers Zane Jones and Tyler Sandhu are still out with their upper-body injuries. Goaltender Daniel Cotton and winger Darcy DeRoose remain suspended by the team.

SEATTLE

Forward lines:
Yakubowski-Maxwell-McKechnie
Lipsbergs-Barzal-Hickman
Gropp-Delnov-Troock
Kolesar-Elliot-Spencer/Wolf

Defensive pairings:
Theodore-Smith
Hauf-Wardley
Henry-Bear

Goaltenders:
Kozun
Mumaugh

Scratches: Eansor, Honey, Spencer/Wolf.

Notes: Seattle remains without winger Connor Honey because of an upper-body injury, while center Scott Eansor is out sick. Both winger Calvin Spencer and defenseman Kevin Wolf will take the warm-up, but just one will slot into Seattle's fourth line.

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