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Finland meets Sweden in Lake Placid finale

Saturday, 08.10.2013 / 4:26 PM

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

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Finland meets Sweden in Lake Placid finale

LAKE PLACID, N.Y. -- The final game of this week's national junior evaluation camp features Finland and Sweden getting back injured players.

For Finland, top defenseman Olli Maatta returns to the lineup after missing most of the week with the flu. The Pittsburgh Penguins prospect is paired with Julius Honka, a top prospect for the 2014 NHL Draft. In his game action earlier in the week, he had been paired with Ville Pokka, a New York Islanders draft pick.

For Sweden, Oscar Dansk will be back in goal after missing a few days while recovering from taking a puck off his mask. Also, center Oskar Sundqvist is back in the lineup after missing a few days with a sore neck sustained Monday when he collided with the metal stanchion at the end of the team's bench. He's on the second line between Jacob de la Rose and Filip Sandberg.

Here are the lineups both teams will use:


Gustav Possler - Alexander Wennberg - Daniel Zaar

Jacob de la Rose - Oskar Sundqvist - Filip Sandberg

Andre Burakovsky - Lucas Wallmark - Malte Stromwall

Ludvig Nilsson - Erik Karlsson - Tobias Tornkvist

Linus Arnesson - Christian Djoos

Carl Dahlstrom - Jesper Pettersson

Robert Hagg - Robin Norell

Arvid Lundberg - Anton Lindholm

Oscar Dansk

Marcus Hogberg

Scratched: Sebastian Collberg, David Gunnarsson, Jonas Johansson


Artturi Lehkonen - Teuvo Teravainen - Kasper Kapanen

Henri Ikonen - Topi Nattinen - Ville Leskinen

Samu Markkula - Aleksi Mustonen - Rasmus Kulmala

Joni Nikko - Saku Salminen - Juuso Ikonen

Mikko Vainonen - Ville Pokka

Mikko Lehtonen - Juuso Vainio

Santeri Saari - Niklas Tikkinen

Olli Maatta - Julius Honka

Juuse Saros

Joonas Korpisalo

Scratched: Henrik Haapala

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