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Penguins announce lineup for preseason opener

Seth Rorabaugh
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Penguins right winger Bryan Rust is schedule to play in the preseason opener Monday against the Sabres.

The Pittsburgh Penguins announced their lineup for their preseason opener Monday at Pegula Ice Arena in University Park:

Forwards: Andrew Agozzino, Zach Aston-Reese, Teddy Blueger, Ryan Haggerty Adam Johnson, Sam Lafferty, Nathan Legare, Sam Miletic, Oula Palve, Samuel Poulin, Bryan Rust, Dominik Simon.

Defensemen: Calen Addison, Kevin Czuczman, Jack Johnson, Pierre-Oliver Joseph, John Marino, Juuso Riikola, Chad Ruhwedel.

Goaltenders: Casey DeSmith, Tristan Jarry.

The Sabres’ lineup will include:

Forwards: Dylan Cozens, Jack Eichel, Remi Elie, Zemgus Girgensons, Johan Larsson, Curtis Lazar, Andrew Oglevie, Evan Rodrigues, Conor Sheary, Jeff Skinner, Tage Thompson, Jimmy Vesey.

Defensemen: Rasmus Dahlin, John Gilmour, Brandon Hickey, Henri Jokiharju, Colin Miller, Casey Nelson, Marco Scandella.

Goalteners: Carter Hutton, Jonas Johansson.

The game is scheduled for 7 p.m. The Penguins will broadcast a video stream of the game on their website within the Pittsburgh television market.

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Seth Rorabaugh is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Seth by email at [email protected] or via Twitter .

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