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Lineups for USA White vs. Finland

Monday, 08.05.2013 / 4:00 PM

By Adam Kimelman - Deputy Managing Editor / World Junior Evaluation Camp blog

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Lineups for USA White vs. Finland

LAKE PLACID, N.Y. -- USA White will juggle a few of its lines and defense pairings for Monday's game against Finland, while the Finnish lineup will look mostly the same from its first game, a 6-5 overtime win against USA Blue on Sunday.

Collin Olson will start in goal for USA White, and play about half the game. Jon Gillies, who started Sunday in a 4-2 loss to Sweden, will play the second half of the game.

Joonas Korpisalo, a Columbus Blue Jackets prospect, will start in goal for Finland.

Worth keeping an eye on is Finland's top line of Teuvo Teravainen centering Artturi Lehkonen and Kasper Kapanen. On Sunday, Teravainen had a goal and three assists, including the primary assist on the overtime goal, while Lehkonen had a hat trick, including the game-tying goal with 11 seconds left in regulation.

Here are the lineups the teams will go with Monday:


Tyler Motte - Jake Guentzel - J.T. Compher

Zach Stepan - Andrew Copp - Henrik Samuelsson

Taylor Cammarata - Quentin Shore - Michael McCarron

Thomas Di Pauli - Boo Nieves

Matthew Grzelcyk - Steven Santini

Patrick Sieloff - Brett Pesce

Ian McCoshen - Michael Brodzinski

Connor Clifton - Thomas Vannelli

Collin Olson

Jon Gillies


Artturi Lehkonen - Teuvo Teravainen - Kasper Kapanen

Henri Ikonen - Topi Nattinen - Ville Leskinen

Aleksi Mustonen - Otto Rauhala - Henrik Haapala

Samu Markkula - Saku Salminen - Rasmus Kulmala

Olli Maatta - Ville Pokka

Mikko Vainonen - Juuso Vainio

Santeri Saari - Julius Honka

Niklas Tikkinen - Mikko Lehtonen

Joonas Korpisalo

Juuse Saros

Scratched: Joni Nikko, Juuso Ikonen


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2015 pick
Cond. pick
Cond. pick

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