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Expected lines for Game 1 of Subway Super Series

Monday, 11.05.2012 / 6:55 PM

By Arpon Basu - Managing Editor LNH.com / CHL Subway Super Series

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Expected lines for Game 1 of Subway Super Series

BOISBRIAND, Quebec – Here are the expected line combinations for the team representing the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League and Team Russia in Game 1 of the Subway Super Series at the Centre Excellence Sports Rousseau.

The player’s NHL affiliation is in brackets, or if he is undrafted his draft year is in brackets.

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Forwards

Jonathan Huberdeau (Fla) – Jean-Sebastien Dea (2013) – Nathan MacKinnon (2013)

William Carrier (2013) – Cedric Paquette (TB) – Anthony Mantha (2013)

Francis Beauvillier (Fla) – Philip Danault (Chi) – Charles Hudon (Mtl)

Samuel Henley (2013) – Brent Andrews (Nas) – Ryan Tesink (StL)

Christopher Clapperton (2013)

Defense

Dillon Fournier (Chi) – Xavier Ouellet (Det)

Jimmy Oligny (2013) – Ryan Culkin (Cgy)

Jonathan Racine (Fla) – James Melindy (Pho)

Nikolas Brouillard (2013)

Goaltender

Etienne Marcoux (2013)

Francois Brassard (Ott)

TEAM RUSSIA

Forwards

Kirill Kapustin (2013) – Alexander Khokhlachev (Bos) – Nail Yakupov (Edm)

Anton Zlobin (Pit) – Mikhail Grigorenko (Buf) – Valentin Zykov (2013)

Yaroslav Kosov (Fla) – Andrei Sigarev (2013) – Anton Shenfeld (2013)

Evgeni Mozer (2013) – Vladimir Tkachev (2013) – Maxim Shalunov (Chi)

Defense

Albert Yarullin (2013) – Nikita Nesterov (TB)

Ilya Lyubushkin (2013) – Kirill Dyakov (2013)

Alexei Vasilevski (2013) – Andrei Mironov (2013)

Goaltender

Andrey Vasilevskiy (TB)

Igor Ustinski (2013)

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