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Lineups announced for All-American Prospects Game

Wednesday, 09.25.2013 / 5:05 PM

By Mike G. Morreale - NHL.com Staff Writer / All-American Prospects Game blog

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Lineups announced for All-American Prospects Game

PITTSBURGH -- USA Hockey on Wednesday announced how the teams will line up when the CCM/USA Hockey All-American Prospects Game takes place Thursday here at Consol Energy Center.

The teams are being coached by Penguins alums Mark Johnson and Joe Mullen. Team Mullen will play the game one player short due to a late injury.

Pittsburgh Penguins coach Dan Bylsma will drop the ceremonial first puck prior to the 7 p.m. ET faceoff. Bill Guerin, who will be inducted in the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame this fall, will present the Gillette Player of the Game Award in a postgame ceremony. Guerin currently serves as the Penguins' player development coach.

Team Johnson (white jerseys)

Sonny Milano - Nick Schmaltz - Alex Tuch

Ryan Hitchcock - Chase De Leo - Kevin Labanc

Jared Fiegl - Dylan Larkin - Keegan Iverson

Shane Eiserman - Nolan Stevens - Michael Turner

Ryan Bliss - Aaron Haydon

Louis Belpedio - Jack Glover

Nathan Billitier - Ryan Mantha

Blake Weyrick

Thatcher Demko

Team Mullen (blue jerseys)

Seamus Malone - Ryan MacInnis - Blake Clarke

Anders Bjork - Shane Gersich - Dylan Pavelek

Joe Wegwerth - Ryan Donato - Tyler Sheehy

Ryan Wagner - Jack Ramsey

Keegan Ford - Jack Dougherty

Anthony DeAngelo - Ryan Collins

Hunter Warner - Josh Jacobs

Edwin Minney

Alex Nedeljkovic

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