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Canada, Russia lineups for bronze-medal game

Saturday, 01.05.2013 / 3:58 AM

By Adam Kimelman - NHL.com Deputy Managing Editor / 2013 IIHF World Junior Championship blog

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Canada, Russia lineups for bronze-medal game

Canada coach Steve Spott will have a different look to his top-six forward group for Saturday's bronze-medal game (4 a.m. ET, NHLN-US, TSN) against Russia.

Ty Rattie, who scored Canada's only goal in its semifinal loss to the United States, will start at right wing on the top line, replacing Mark Scheifele. Scheifele takes Rattie's spot on the second line.

Canada also will have just six defensemen as Griffin Reinhart begins serving his four-game suspension.

Here is the roster Canada will go with, as well as the lineup for host Russia:


CANADA

Jonathan Huberdeau - Ryan Nugent-Hopkins - Ty Rattie

Jonathan Drouin - Ryan Strome - Mark Scheifele

Phillip Danault - Boone Jenner - Brett Ritchie

Anthony Camara - Mark McNeill - Nathan MacKinnon

JC Lipon

Scott Harrington - Dougie Hamilton

Tyler Wotherspoon - Xavier Ouellet

Morgan Rielly - Ryan Murphy

Jordan Binnington will start in goal, with Malcolm Subban the backup.


RUSSIA

Nail Yakupov - Alexander Khokhlachev - Kirill Kapustin

Anton Slepyshev - Mikhail Grigorenko - Nikita Kucherov

Valeri Nichushkin - Vladimir Tkachev - Yaroslav Kosov

Daniil Zharkov - Yevgeni Mozer - Maxim Shalunov

Andrei Sigarev

Albert Yarullin - Nikita Nesterov

Kirill Dyakov - Yaroslav Dyblenko

Andrei Mironov - Pavel Koledov

Artem Sergeev

Andrey Makarov will start in goal, with Igor Ustinski serving as the backup.

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

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