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Felip Gosselin
March 19, 2024  (4:14 PM)
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The Canucks will be hitting the ice against the Sabres and Rick Tocchet confirmed he'll be trying a new mix to ignite his troops again.

First off, Nils Aman will be coming back into the Canucks' lineup for Phil Di Giussepe:
Rick Tocchet confirms that Åman is in and PDG is out. #Canucks @Sportsnet650

Not only will Aman draw back in, but the bench also announced changes to his power play units, his forward lines and his defensive pairings.
Conor Garland will skate alongside Pettey and Hoglander. Suter will be back with Miller and Boeser. Mikheyev will now skate alongside Lindholm and Lafferty. Podkolzin is relegated to the fourth line, with Nils Aman and Teddy Blueger.
On the blueline, Hronek and Hughes as the top pairing. Soucy joins Cole, while Zadorov and Myers in the shutdown 3rd pairing role.
Monday #Canucks practice lines

Höglander. Pettersson. Garland.
Suter. Miller. Boeser.
Mikheyev. Lindholm. Lafferty.
Podkolzin. Blueger. Åman.
PDG.

Hughes. Hronek.
Cole. Myers.
Zadorov. Soucy.
Friedman. Juulsen.

For the power play units, Lindholm as re-joined the team's top unit. The player's placement hasn't been confirmed yet, but expect the number 23, 9, 40, 6 and 43 to be the Canucks' top man advantage unit.
After a 2-1 loss against the Capitals on Saturday, Canucks will look to energize their game and find their offensive groove before the playoffs kick in.
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