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Projected lineups for USA Blue, Sweden

Monday, 08.04.2014 / 12:26 PM

By Adam Kimelman - NHL.com Deputy Managing Editor / World Junior evaluation camps

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Projected lineups for USA Blue, Sweden

LAKE PLACID, N.Y. -- The USA Blue squad will go for its second straight win when it faces Sweden in the first of two games today at the Olympic Training Center.

Brendan Burke (Arizona Coyotes) and Brandon Halverson (New York Rangers) will split time in goal.

Top Montreal Canadiens prospect Jacob de la Rose will start on the top line, along with Lucas Wallmark (Carolina Hurricanes) and Victor Olofsson (Buffalo Sabres).

Samuel Ward, a 2015 NHL Draft-eligible prospect, will start in goal, with Fredrik Bergvik (San Jose Sharks) backing him up.

Here are the full lineups for each team:

USA BLUE

Anders Bjork - Jack Eichel - Tyler Motte

Sean Malone - Chase De Leo - Alex Tuch

Taylor Cammarata - Dylan Larkin - John Hayden

Vinni Lettieri - Connor Hurley - Austin Poganski

Ian McCoshen - Thomas Vannelli

Michael Downing - Steven Santini

Louis Belpedio - Anthony Florentino

Brandon Carlo

Brendan Burke

Brandon Halverson

SWEDEN

Jacob de la Rose - Lucas Wallmark - Victor Olofsson

Oskar Lindblom - Alex Holmstrom - Adrian Kempe

Anton Karlsson - Gustaf Franzen - Anton Blidh

Axel Blomqvist - Jakob Forsbacka-Karlsson - Leon Bristedt

Adam Brodecki

Robert Hagg - Julius Bergman

Carl Dahlstrom - Sebastian Aho

Anton Cederholm - Niklas Hansson

Lawrence Pilut - Robin Norell

Samuel Ward

Fredrik Bergvik

Scratched: Victor Crus Rydberg, Jonas Johansson

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