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Published: Tuesday, March 4, 2014, 5:58 p.m.

Everett vs. Kelowna lineup notes

EVERETT

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

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

Goaltenders:
Lotz
Amundrud

Scratches: Sandhu, Adam, Cochrane, Jones.

Notes: Everett fields the same lineup from Sunday's 3-1 victory at Seattle. Wingers Tyler Sandhu and Logan Aasman are out with upper-body injuries. Defenseman Carter Cochrane is now in the mix after his season ended with the BCHL's Chilliwack Chiefs, but he's scratched tonight.

KELOWNA

Forward lines:
Schmidli-Olsen-Bell
Tvrdon-Chartier-Merkley
Goulbourne-Linaker-Glover
Kirkland-Heffley-Yorke

Defensive pairings:
Martin-Severson
Wheaton-Bowey
Stadel-Gatenby

Goaltenders:
Whistle
Cooke

Scratches: Lees, Rigby, Baillie.

Notes: Kelowna, the top-ranked team in the entire CHL, is without one of its top offensive performers, center Tyson Baillie, because of a leg injury. Winger Carter Rigby and defenseman Jesse Lees also miss the game because of lower-body injuries. Starter Jackson Whistle may be Kelowna's No. 2 goalie, but his numbers are nearly identical to those of No. 1 Jordon Cooke.

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