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Projected lineups for Senators, Rangers

Wednesday, 11.09.2011 / 12:38 PM

By Erin Nicks - NHL.com Correspondent / At the Rink blog

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Projected lineups for Senators, Rangers
Here are the projected lineups for Wednesday's game between the New York Rangers and Ottawa Senators at Scotiabank Place:

SENATORS
Milan MichalekJason SpezzaColin Greening
Nick FolignoStephane Da CostaBobby Butler
Kaspars DaugavinsZack SmithChris Neil
Jesse WinchesterZenon KonopkaErik Condra

Chris PhillipsDavid Rundblad
Filip KubaErik Karlsson
Jared CowenSergei Gonchar

Craig Anderson will get the start, with Alex Auld serving as backup. Brian Lee is the healthy scratch, with Rundblad returning to the lineup after sitting the last two games.

RANGERS

Brandon DubinskyBrad RichardsRyan Callahan
Artem AnisimovDerek StepanMarian Gaborik
Ruslan FedotenkoBrian BoyleBrandon Prust
Sean AveryErik ChristensenAndre Deveaux

Ryan McDonaghDan Girardi
Michael SauerMichael Del Zotto
Jeff WoywitkaSteve Eminger

Henrik Lundqvist will get the start, with Martin Biron backing him up.

While the Senators held a full practice, the Rangers went with an optional skate. Del Zotto, Girardi, Gaborik,  Dubinsky, Richards and Callahan did not participate.
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