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Penguins release lineup for preseason game against Red Wings

Seth Rorabaugh
Defenseman Jack Johnson is expected to be in the lineup for Sunday’s road preseason game against the Red Wings .

The Penguins announced their lineup for Sunday’s preseason game against the Red Wings at Little Caesars Arena.

Forwards: Andrew Agozzino, Anthony Angello, Zach Aston-Reese, Teddy Blueger, Thomas Di Pauli, Ryan Haggerty, Sam Lafferty, Nathan Legare, Jared McCann, Bryan Rust, Dominik Simon, Brandon Tanev.

Defensemen: Niclas Almari, Brian Dumoulin, Jack Johnson, John Marino, Pierre-Olivier Joseph, Juuso Riikola.

Goaltenders: Casey DeSmith, Tristan Jarry.

The Red Wings’ projected lineup includes

Forwards: Tyler Bertuzzi, Christopher Ehn, Adam Erne, Matt Ford, Taro Hirose, Ryan Kuffner, Dylan Larkin, Anthony Mantha, Michael Rasmussen, Givani Smith, Joe Veleno, Filip Zadina.

Defensemen: Madison Bowey, Dennis Cholowski, Oliwer Kaski, Dylan McIlrath, Vili Saarijarvi, Moritz Seidler.

Goaltenders: Jonathan Bernier, Filip Larsson.

The game is schedule for 5 p.m.

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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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