Calvin de Haan makes his return a little later than the initial four-to-six-week prognosis, but in time for the stretch run at least. He also returns, at least according to initial indications, on the right side with Aaron Ness. Brandon Gentile was on for warmup, and newcomer Marc-Olivier Vallerand had made it in, so there’s one to scratch for the Sound Tigers. If Vallerand plays, and that seems to be the bet, it’ll be his AHL debut. Edit: Gentile, indeed, scratched.
F: McNeely-Frischmon (A)-Backman
DiBenedetto (A)-Colliton (C)-Vallerand
F: Ridderwall-Hamill-Tardif (A)
D: McIver (A)-Kampfer
R: Luxmore. L: Galvin, Colby.
T.J. Luxmore works a Sound Tigers game solo for the first time. He had one road game and one home game before, both times with a partner.