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Projected lineups for Maple Leafs, Senators

Saturday, 03.30.2013 / 12:57 PM

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

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Projected lineups for Maple Leafs, Senators

OTTAWA – Here are the projected lineups for the Toronto Maple Leafs and Ottawa Senators for Saturday night's matchup at Scotiabank Place:

MAPLE LEAFS

James Van RiemsdykTyler BozakPhil Kessel

Joffrey LupulNazem KadriNikolai Kulemin

Jay McClementMikhail GrabovskiMatt Frattin

Colton OrrRyan HamiltonFrazer McLaren

Carl GunnarssonDion Phaneuf

John-Michael LilesMichael Kostka

Mark FraserCody Franson

James Reimer

Ben Scrivens

Injured: Clarke MacArthur (upper body), Leo Komarov (upper body)

Scratches: Jake Gardiner

SENATORS

Mike HoffmanKyle TurrisDaniel Alfredsson

Guillaume LatendresseMika ZibanejadJakob Silfverberg

Colin Greening – Jim O’Brien – Chris Neil

Matt KassianZack SmithErik Condra

Marc MethotEric Gryba

Patrick WierciochSergei Gonchar

Chris PhillipsAndre Benoit

Ben Bishop

Robin Lehner

Injured: Jared Cowen (hip surgery), Milan Michalek (knee), Jason Spezza (back surgery), Erik Karlsson (Achilles surgery), Craig Anderson (ankle)

Scratches: Peter Regin, Mike Lundin

Note: Chris Neil was injured against the New York Rangers on Thursday when a skate blade cut his leg. He returned to finish the game but left practice early on Saturday. Coach Paul MacLean said Neil would be a game-time decision.

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