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Projected lineups for Capitals, Senators

Tuesday, 01.29.2013 / 12:50 PM

By Erin Nicks - NHL.com Correspondent / 2012-2013 At the Rink blog

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Projected lineups for Capitals, Senators

OTTAWA -- Here are the projected lineups the Washington Capitals and Ottawa Senators likely will go with Tuesday when they play at Scotiabank Place:

CAPITALS

Alex Ovechkin - Jay Beagle - Joey Crabb

Wojtek Wolski - Nicklas Backstrom - Troy Brouwer

Jason Chimera - Mike Ribeiro - Joel Ward

Matt Hendricks - Mathieu Perreault - Eric Fehr

Karl Alzner - Mike Green

John Erskine - John Carlson

Jeff Schultz - Tomas Kundratek

Michal Neuvirth

Braden Holtby

Scratched: Tom Poti, Roman Hamrlik, Marcus Johansson

Injured: Brooks Laich, Jack Hillen

Laich joined the team Monday, and is expected to skate with the Capitals for the first time this season on Tuesday.

SENATORS

Guillaume Latendresse - Kyle Turris - Daniel Alfredsson

Milan Michalek - Peter Regin - Jakob Silfverberg

Colin Greening - Zack Smith - Chris Neil

Jim O'Brien - Mika Zibanejad - Erik Condra

Marc Methot - Erik Karlsson

Sergei Gonchar - Mark Borowiecki

Patrick Wiercioch - Chris Phillips

Craig Anderson

Ben Bishop

Scratched: Andre Benoit, Kaspars Daugavins

Injured: Jason Spezza

Spezza will sit out with an upper-body injury sustained in Sunday's game against the Penguins.

Quote of the Day

It's pretty crazy, but believe me when I say we didn't draft these players with the mindset we had to because they had good hockey-playing dads. It just turned out that way. But we're certainly glad they're a part of our organization.

— Arizona Coyotes director of amateur scouting Tim Bernhardt regarding the coincidence that six of the organization's top prospects are sons of former NHL players