Purcell for Parse?

In practice today, Teddy Purcell skated on the third line with Alexander Frolov and Michal Handzus. Terry Murray indicated that he was dissatisfied with Scott Parse’s play on that line last night, which was a big reason why Oscar Moller moved up to that line later in the game. It sounded as though Murray would, in an ideal world, play Moller on that line, but that would leave him without a fourth-line center under the current setup. No defensive changes are expected tomorrow night, and Jonathan Quick will start in goal.

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