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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.

TEAM QMJHL

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)

Quote of the Day

You know what? We've played in some pretty special buildings along this playoff run so far. You start in Detroit, you go to Montreal, you come here … I think it's the first team to beat three Original Six teams to get to the Final if I'm not mistaken. That says how tough the road has been. Those are tough places to win.

— Lightning forward Steven Stamkos after Game 7 win vs. Rangers on Friday in New York