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2013 WCHA Final Five: Minnesota State vs. Wisconsin Line Combinations

The Mavericks and Badgers kick things off at 2:07 p.m. CT on Fox Sports North and Fox College Sports.

Matthew Semisch - Radio Free Omaha

Greetings live from the Xcel Energy Center for the first game of the 2013 WCHA Final Five! The tournament to award the Broadmoor Trophy kicks off at 2:07 p.m. CT when Minnesota State and Wisconsin play in the first quarterfinal.

As far as lines, the biggest news is that Wisconsin defenseman Jake McCabe (Buffalo Sabres) is in the lineup with usual defensive partner Frankie Simonelli. Both were injured last weekend against Minnesota Duluth as our own Andy Johnson notes.

Stephon Williams gets the nod in net for Minnesota State. Joel Rumpel, meanwhile, will start for the Badgers.

Minnesota State Mavericks

Forwards

Chase Grant (#21) - Matt Leitner (#18) - Bryce Gervais (#9)

Dylan Margonari (#26) - Teddy Blueger (#23) - Eriah Hayes (#25)

Brett Knowles (#24) - Jean-Paul LaFontaine (#12) - Max Gaede (#8)

Zach Lehrke (#19) - Eli Zuck (#29) - Johnny McInnis (#22)

Defensemen

Tyler Elbrecht (#16) - Brett Stern (#27)

Nick Buchanan (#4) - Zach Palmquist (#7)

Jon Jutzi (#28) - Josh Nelson (#2)

Goalies

Stephon Williams (#35)

Phil Cook (#30)


University of Wisconsin Badgers

Forwards

Nic Kerdiles (#17) - Mark Zengerle (#9) - Tyler Barnes (#7)

Joseph Labate (#16) - Brendan Woods (#21) - Michael Mersch (#25)

Ryan Little (#20) - Jefferson Dahl (#14) - Sean Little (#18)

Brad Navin (#26) - Keegan Meuer (#12) - Matt Paape (#8)

Defensemen

Kevin Schulze (#28) - John Ramage (#55)

Jake McCabe (#19) - Frankie Simonelli (#27)

Eddie Wittchow (#22) - Joe Faust (#24)

Goalies

Joel Rumpel (#33)

Landon Peterson (#30)

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