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Gophers Hockey: Minnesota vs. Nebraska-Omaha 12/1 line combinations

Line combinations for Saturday's Minnesota-UNO game. The Gophers are making some changes after last night's 3-2 loss to UNO.

After last night's 3-2 loss to Nebraska-Omaha, Minnesota head coach Don Lucia is making a few changes to the lineup. Defenseman Mark Alt (Carolina Hurricanes) is out of the lineup while Jake Parenteau gets a chance to play on the blue line rather than as a forward. Although Alt missed an exhibition game earlier in the year due to injury, it's the first time he's sitting in 92 games.

Nate Condon (Colorado Avalanche), meanwhile, gets a chance to play on the top line. He's replacing Christian Isackson (Buffalo Sabres) who is centering the fourth line despite scoring his second goal of the season Friday.

Nebraska-Omaha is making one change from Friday. Junior forward Alex Simonson is in for Tanner Lane.

John Faulkner is getting the nod for the Mavericks (he's taking shots in warmups) while Adam Wilcox once again is between the pipes for Minnesota.

University of Minnesota Golden Gophers


Kyle Rau (#7) - Nick Bjugstad (#27) - Nate Condon (#16)

Sam Warning (#11) - Erik Haula (#19) - Zach Budish (#24)

A.J. Michaelson (#15) - Travis Boyd (#22) - Seth Ambroz (#17)

Tom Serratore (#14) - Christian Isackson (#26) - Jake Parenteau (#6)


Brady Skjei (#2) - Nate Schmidt (#29)

Mike Reilly (#5) - Mark Alt (#20)

Seth Helgeson (#4) - Ben Marshall (#10)

Jake Parenteau (#6)

Goaltenders (bold indicates starter)

Adam Wilcox (#32)

Ryan Coyne (#31)

University of Nebraska-Omaha Mavericks


Matt White - Brock Montpetit (#12) - Zahn Raubenheimer (#13)

Ryan Walters (#17) - Dominic Zombo (#14) - Josh Archibald (#15)

Brent Gwidt (#25) - Johnnie Searfoss (#23) - Andrew Schmit (#22)

James Polk (#9) - Aaron Pearce (#27) - Alex Simonson (#10)


Jaycob Megna (#8) - Andrej Sustr (#3)

Tony Turgeon (#4) - Bryce Aneloski (#24)

Michael Young (#7) - Brian O'Rourke (#28)


John Faulkner

Anthony Stolarz

Tonight's game starts at 7 p.m. CT and airs on Fox Sports North.

For more University of Minnesota coverage, check out The Daily Gopher. You can also find NCAA coverage at Western College Hockey and SB Nation's NHL Hub.

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Photographs by Micah Taylor, clairity, and Fibonacci Blue used in background montage under Creative Commons. Thank you.