Check back throughout the day as we'll post updates when they become available.
The Oilers expected lineup based on recent practices and team updates:
|Edmonton Oilers Expected Lineup|
|Taylor Hall||Ryan Nugent-Hopkins||Jordan Eberle|
|David Perron||Boyd Gordon||Ales Hemsky|
|Ryan Hamilton||Mark Arcobello||Nail Yakupov|
|Luke Gazdic||Will Acton|| Mike Brown
|Ladislav Smid||Jeff Petry|
|Andrew Ference||Justin Schultz|
|Nick Schultz||Anton Belov|
Ryan Smyth is scratched after struggling through the first two games.
The Devils expected lineup comes via John Fischer at In Lou We Trust:
|New Jersey Devils Expected Lineup|
|Dainius Zubrus||Patrik Elias||Jaromir Jagr|
|Adam Henrique||Travis Zajac||Michael Ryder|
|Ryane Clowe||Andrei Loktionov||Damien Brunner|
|Ryan Carter||Stephen Gionta||Steve Bernier|
|Bryce Salvador||Marek Zidlicky|
|Andy Greene||Adam Larsson|
|Anton Volchenkov||Peter Harrold|
Tom Gulitti reported at Fire & Ice that the following lines and pairings were used in Sunday's practice. Usually, DeBoer will use what he sets up in practice the day before a game.This the same roster that started the Islanders game. I would have liked to see some changes such as Olesz and Josefson replacing Gionta and Carter; Jagr being kept on the fourth line instead of having (he's been slow and not effective in his first two games. In his defense, he didn't play in preseason); Damien Brunner away from Elias; and Fayne staying on the bench. That said, the Henrique-Zajac-Ryder did very well on Friday, Brunner has had a good start, and Greene's the leading man. Brodeur's expected to start, or at least I hope so because I'd rather have him in this game than against a superior Canucks squad.