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Lineups for United States vs. Sweden

Wednesday, 08.07.2013 / 3:42 PM

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

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Lineups for United States vs. Sweden

LAKE PLACID, N.Y. -- Sweden will be without forwards Sebastian Collberg and Oskar Sundqvist from their game Wednesday against the United States.

Collberg twisted his right knee in the second period of a game Monday and did not return. Sundqvist sustained a neck injury when he collided with a metal stanchion in the same game.

Also out for Sweden is goaltender Oscar Dansk, as Marcus Hogberg will start, with 2014 NHL Draft prospect Jonas Johansson serving as the backup.

For the United States, Jon Gillies will start in goal, with Thatcher Demko the backup.

Here are the lineups each team will use Wednesday:


Nicolas Kerdiles - Daniel O'Regan - Riley Barber

Taylor Cammarata - Quentin Shore - Michael McCarron

Tyler Motte - J.T. Compher - Hudson Fasching

Stefan Matteau - Boo Nieves - Adam Erne

Zach Stepan

Will Butcher - Connor Carrick

Patrick Sieloff - Brett Pesce

Brady Skjei - Michael Brodzinski

Ian McCoshen - Steven Santini

Jon Gillies

Thatcher Demko

Scratched: Matthew Grzelcyk, Dominic Toninato, Andrew Copp, Thomas Di Pauli, Connor Clifton, Jake Guentzel, Henrik Samuelsson, Anthony Stolarz


Gustav Possler - Alexander Wennberg - Daniel Zaar

Jacob de la Rose - Erik Karlsson - Filip Sandberg

Andre Burakovsky - Lucas Wallmark - Malte Stromwall

Ludvig Nilsson - David Gunnarsson - Tobias Tornkvist

Linus Arnesson - Christian Djoos

Carl Dahlstrom - Jesper Pettersson

Robert Hagg - Robin Norell

Arvid Lundberg - Anton Lindholm

Marcus Hogberg

Jonas Johansson

Scratched: Sebastian Collberg, Oskar Sundqvist, Oscar Dansk


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