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UMass Lowell, UNH Pregame Notes and Line Combinations

UNH junior defenseman Brett Pesce
UNH junior defenseman Brett Pesce
Gil Talbot (UNH Athletics)

DURHAM, NH -- Welcome inside the Whittemore Center for Friday's Hockey East contest between UMass Lowell and New Hampshire. Tonight's game is a rematch of last season's Hockey East championship game. The River Hawks have knocked out the Wildcats in both of the last two postseasons.

UML comes in after a loss and win last weekend to Michigan and Michigan State. Norm Bazin's team lost, 8-4, to the Wolverines on Friday before bouncing back with a 2-1 victory over the Spartans. UNH won its only contest of the weekend, a 6-2 decision over Colorado College.

Tonight's game will be broadcast locally on WBIN-TV and nationally on Fox College Sports. Here's a look at tonight's line combinations.

UMass Lowell (3-1-1)

Forwards

18 A.J. White - 8 Evan Campbell - 9 Terrence Wallin

21 Jake Kamrass - 17 Chris Maniccia - 15 Michael Louria

19 C.J. Smith - 23 Michael Fallon - 29 John Edwardh

22 Ryan Collins - 24 Michael Colantone - 13 Adam Chapie

Defensemen

27 Zack Kamrass - 7 Tyler Mueller

4 Chris Forney - 20 Jake Suter

25 Dylan Zink - 3 Michael Kapla

Goaltenders

1 Jeff Smith - 33 Kevin Boyle - 31 Olli Kalkaja

New Hampshire (2-2-0)

Forwards

13 Dan Correale - 28 Grayson Downing - 9 Matt Willows

19 Casey Thrush - 14 Maxim Gaudreault - 20 Collin Bourque

3 Warren Foegele - 18 Andrew Poturalski - 16 Tyler Kelleher

12 Shane Eiserman - 23 Kyle Smith - 24 Collin MacDonald

Defensemen

4 Dylan Maller - 22 Brett Pesce

2 Matias Cleland - 6 Cameron Marks

7 Harry Quast - 15 Richard Boyd

Goaltenders

41 Adam Clark - 32 Jamie Regan

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Jeff Cox covers college, junior and high school hockey, NCAA recruiting and NHL Draft prospects. Follow him on Twitter @JeffCoxSports.

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Jeff Cox covers college, junior and high school hockey, NCAA recruiting and NHL Draft prospects. Follow him on Twitter @JeffCoxSports.