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Brossoit in goal for Team WHL in Super Series finale

Thursday, 11.15.2012 / 9:50 PM

By Adam Kimelman - NHL.com Deputy Managing Editor / CHL Subway Super Series

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Brossoit in goal for Team WHL in Super Series finale

Here is the lineup Team WHL will use in the finale of the CHL Subway Super Series tonight against Russia. It includes Laurent Brossoit back in net after stopping all 30 shots he faced in regulation and all three attempts in the shootout in Wednesday's 1-0 defeat of Russia.

Adam Lowry - Collin Smith - J.C. Lipon

Brady Brassart - Steven Hodges - Michael St. Croix

Graham Black - Sam Fioretti - Mitchell Holmberg

Curtis Lazar - Mark McNeill - Ty Rattie

Griffin Reinhart - Keegan Lowe

Morgan Rielly - Tyler Wotherspoon

Derrick Pouliot - Mathew Dumba

With Brossoit starting in net, 2013 NHL Draft prospect Eric Comrie is the backup.

One other roster change sees McNeill, a Chicago Blackhawks prospect, returning to the lineup tonight in place of injured Travis Ewanyk.

Team WHL enters with an 8-7 lead in points in the series, but with three points awarded for a regulation win, either team can win the six-game series. A Team WHL shootout win would clinch the title for the CHL. If Russia wins in a shootout, there will be another shootout immediately following to determine the series champion.

Catch the game live at 10 p.m. ET on the NHL Network in the United States and Sportsnet in Canada.

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

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