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Projected lineups for Sharks, Avalanche

Sunday, 03.10.2013 / 2:48 PM

By Rick Sadowski  -  NHL.com Correspondent / 2012-2013 At the Rink blog

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Projected lineups for Sharks, Avalanche

DENVER -- Here are the projected lineups for Sunday night's game between the San Jose Sharks and Colorado Avalanche at the Pepsi Center.

SHARKS

Logan CoutureJoe ThorntonTommy Wingels

Tim KennedyPatrick MarleauJoe Pavelski

Ryane CloweScott GomezJames Sheppard/TJ Galiardi

Andrew DesjardinsMichal HandzusAdam Burish

Matt IrwinDan Boyle

Brad StuartMarc-Edouard Vlasic

Douglas MurrayJustin Braun

Antti Niemi

Alex Stalock

Scratched: Jason Demers, Matt Pelech, TJ Galiardi or James Sheppard

Injured: Brent Burns (lower body), Thomas Greiss (neck), Martin Havlat (upper body)

AVALANCHE

Jamie McGinnMatt DuchenePA Parenteau

Gabriel LandeskogPaul StastnyDavid Jones

John Mitchell -- Ryan O'ReillyAaron Palushaj

Cody McLeodChuck Kobasew -- Patrick Bordeleau

Greg ZanonErik Johnson

Matt HunwickRyan O'Byrne

Jan HejdaRyan Wilson

Semyon Varlamov

Jean-Sebastien Giguere

Scratched: Tyson Barrie, Shane O'Brien, Mark Olver

Injured: Steve Downie (knee), Milan Hejduk (torso)

Wilson is expected to return to the Avalanche lineup against the Sharks after being activated from injured reserve. He has missed 15 games since injuring his ankle Feb. 2 against Edmonton. Wilson has three assists and a plus-6 plus/minus rating in eight games this season. Hejduk, who has missed three games with a torso injury, was placed on IR to make room for Wilson.

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