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Projected lineups for Senators, Hurricanes

Tuesday, 04.03.2012 / 12:08 PM

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

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Projected lineups for Senators, Hurricanes
KANATA, Ont. -- Here are the projected lineups for the Carolina Hurricanes and the Ottawa Senators on Tuesday night. The Senators held a full morning skate, while the Hurricanes did not take to the ice.

SENATORS

Colin Greening - Jason Spezza - Milan Michalek
Nick Foligno - Jason Spezza - Daniel Alfredsson
Erik Condra - Zack Smith - Chris Neil
Kaspars Daugavins - Jim O'Brien - Jesse Winchester

Filip Kuba - Erik Karlsson
Chris Phillips - Matt Carkner
Jared Cowen - Matt Gilroy

Craig Anderson
Alex Auld

Sergei Gonchar has a lower-body injury, coach Paul MacLean said. He is day-to-day. Ben Bishop (groin) skated for the fourth consecutive day. "Things are positive and progressing for him," MacLean said.

Zenon Konopka, Rob Klinkhammer and Bobby Butler are the healthy scratches.

HURRICANES

Jiri Tlusty - Eric Staal - Chad LaRose
Jeff Skinner - Jussi Jokinen - Tuomo Ruutu
Drayson Bowman - Brandon Sutter - Patrick Dwyer
Derek Joslin - Tim Brent - Anthony Stewart

Bryan Allen - Tim Gleason
Jay Harrison - Justin Faulk
Joni Pitkanen - Jamie McBain

Cam Ward
Brian Boucher

Jaroslav Spacek (lower body) has not played since March 17, but is reportedly skating with the team.
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