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Lineups set for All-American Prospects Game

Saturday, 09.29.2012 / 4:23 PM

By Adam Kimelman - NHL.com Deputy Managing Editor / All-American Prospects Game Blog

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Lineups set for All-American Prospects Game

BUFFALO, N.Y. -- Coaches Phil Housley and Rob McClanahan have set their lineups for tonight's inaugural CCM/USA Hockey All-American Prospects Game. Each team will skate with 11 forwards, six defensemen and two goaltenders. The teams each are down a forward following injuries this week to Kitchener's Justin Bailey, who would have played for Team McClanahan, and Dawson Cook of the U.S. National Team Development Program, who was on Team Housley's roster.

Here are lineups each team will use:

TEAM HOUSELY

Anthony Louis - J.T. Compher - Ryan Hartman

Tyler Motte - Sean Malone - Ross Olsson

Frank Vatrano - Tyler Kelleher - Evan Allen

Devin Tringale - Will Merchant


Ian McCoshen - Steven Santini

Mike Downing - Keaton Thompson

Scott Savage - Cody Corbett


Eamon McAdam will start in goal, with Hunter Miska replacing him midway through the second period.

TEAM MCCLANAHAN

Taylor Cammarata - Luke Johnson - Hudson Fasching

Austin Farley - Quentin Shore - Jimmy Lodge

Matt Lane - Ryan Fitzgerald - Mike McCarron

Jacob Montgomery - Cole Cassels


Will Butcher - Seth Jones

Clint Lewis - Trevor Hamilton

Gage Ausmus - Dakota Mermis


Evan Cowley will start in goal, with Cal Peterson replacing him midway through the second period.

Contact Adam Kimelman at akimelman@nhl.com. Follow him on Twitter: @NHLAdamK

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