LAKE PLACID, N.Y. -- Here are the lineups Sweden and Finland will use for Friday's game.
Sweden will be without two regulars. They'll go without a backup goalie as Columbus Blue Jackets prospect Oscar Dansk is out with an injury to his right knee. Niklas Lundstrom, who allowed all 10 goals against the U.S. Thursday, again will be in net.
It's unknown what Sweden will do if something were to happen to Lundstrom.
Also sitting out for Sweden is forward Mikael Wikstrand, an Ottawa Senators prospect. It's unclear why he won't be playing, but Sweden coach Roger Ronnberg had said after the team's morning skate Thursday that he had some "question marks" for today's lineup.
The most interesting line for Finland could see Chicago Blackhawks' 2012 first-round pick Teuvo Teravainen centering Joel Armia and Toni Kallela. Armia, the Buffalo Sabres' 2011 top pick, has looked especially strong in camp.
Also, this marks the first time Finland coach Harri Lindell has split up his top defense pairing of Olli Maatta and Rasmus Ristolainen. Maatta will skate with Dallas Stars prospect Esa Lindell, while Ristolainen, a top prospect for the 2013 NHL Draft, will skate with Aleksi Salonen.
Linus Arnesson - Tom Nilsson
Miro Aaltonen - Alexander Barkov - Juuso Ikonen
Heikki Liedes - Nico Nyberg - Matti Lamberg
Rasmus Ristolainen - Aleksi Salonen
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