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Blue & White Game Tonight!

The lineups for tonight's contest are as follows:


TEAM BLUE

TEAM WHITE
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FORWARDS
#
FORWARDS
10
Welke, Carson (99)*
10
Krane, Riley (00)*
11
Muir, Cole (01)*
11
Pierce, Duncan (00)*
18
Ahl, Filip (97)
13
Woods, Riley (98)
20
Smith, Luc (98)
15
Leedahl, Dawson (96)
23
Steel, Sam (98)
19
Leschyshyn, Jake (99)
24
Henry, Nick (99)*
21
Buziak, Braydon (98)*
25
Kjemhus, Kjell (01)*
22
Cole, Rykr (97)
26
Robins, Tristen (01)*
24
Belinski, Mackenzie (00)*
29
Gardiner, Erik (99)*
27
Wagner, Austin (97)
32
Nijhoff, Logan (01)*
32
Holmes, Robert (99)*
37
Elmer, Jake (98)*
41
Lockner, Bryan (00)*
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DEFENCE
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DEFENCE
4
Pouteau, Brady (98)
2
Zborovskiy, Sergey (97)
5
Sandstrom, Adam (99)*
3
Hilsendager, James (97)
6
Harrison, Chase (96)
5
Williams, Owen (00)*
21
Pomeroy, Jesse (99)*
28
Johnston, Austin (99)*
28
Lenchyshyn, Jack (00)*
34
Freadrich, Jared (98)
36
Barteaux, Dawson (00)*
40
Bruce, Riley (99)*
41
Evans, Ryker (01)*
55
Schioler, Liam (98)
44
Hobbs, Connor (97)
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GOALIES
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GOALIES
30
Hollett, Jordan (99)
31
Brown, Tyler (97)
33
Paddock, Max (00)*
35
Chapman, Kurtis (98)*

Team Blue Coaches: Colby Williams & Dryden Hunt
Team White Coaches: Al Dumba & Jared Dumba

*-denotes rookie

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