LAKE PLACID, N.Y. -- Finland will have a bit of a different look when it faces the United States here at Herb Brooks Arena on Wednesday.
Top 2013 NHL Draft prospect Alexander Barkov will center the top line, with Toni Kallela at left wing and Buffalo Sabres top prospect Joel Armia on the right side. Barkov is the youngest player on the Finnish team, but he already has experience playing in Finland's top league, SM-liiga, as well as with Finland's team at the 2012 World Junior Championship.
Robert Leino, who centered the top line in Tuesday's 8-2 loss to Sweden, will be on the third line, skating with Artturi Lehkonen and Markus Hannikainen.
Richard Ullberg, who allowed five goals on 22 shots in Monday's split-squad game against USA Blue, will start in net.
Missing from the lineup for the second straight game is Nashville Predators prospect Miikka Salomaki. The 2011 second-round pick was a late scratch from Tuesday's game against Sweden.
You can check out the U.S. lineup here.
Here's how the rest of the Finland lineup will look as the team plays its third game in as many days:
Toni Kallela - Alexander Barkov - Joel Armia
Miro Aaltonen - Teuvo Teravainen - Juuso Ikonen
Artturi Lehkonen - Roberto Leino - Markus Hannikainen
Heikki Liedes - Nico Nyberg - Matti Lamberg
Olli Maatta - Rasmus Ristolainen
Esa Lindell - Ville Pokka
Joonas Valkonen - Niklas Tikkinen
Mikko Lehtonen - Aleksi Salonen
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