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Published: Sunday, February 23, 2014, 3:22 p.m.

Everett vs. Portland lineup notes

EVERETT

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

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

Goaltenders:
Lotz
Amundrud

Scratches: Sandhu, Adam, Wharrie, Jones.

Notes: It's the exact same lineup and line combinations for Everett for the third game in a row. Wingers Zane Jones and Tyler Sandhu remain out with upper-body injuries. This will be call-up defenseman Jordan Wharrie's last game with the team before returning home for school purposes.

PORTLAND

Forward lines:
Iverson-Turgeon-Schoenborn
Leier-De Leo-Bjorkstrand
Predinchuk-Hanson-Price
Leipsic-Petan-Bittner

Defensive pairings:
Cederholm-Pouliot
Viveiros-Dumba
Texeira-Haar

Goaltenders:
Boes
Hill

Scratches: De Champlain, Rossignol, Burke.

Notes: Portland, which has won a franchise-record 19 straight, plays without goaltender Brendan Burke because of illness, along with center Adam De Champlain because of an upper-body injury. Call-up Adin Hill serves as the back-up goalie with Burke unavailable. Defenseman Josh Hanson lines up as a forward.

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