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Who's playing for the Bruins against the Rangers?

A good mix of youths and regulars.

Boston Bruins Training Camp Photo by Jessica Rinaldi/The Boston Globe via Getty Images

The Bruins released their traveling roster for tonight's preseason game against the New York Rangers, and while we don't have specific lines to get you, you'll at least know who to expect on the ice.

Per the team, tonight's forwards will be Samuel Asselin, Anton Blidh, Matt Filipe, Trent Frederic, Jesper Froden, Cam Hughes, Joona Koppanen, Curtis Lazar, Fabian Lysell, Tomas Nosek, Zach Senyshyn, Oskar Steen, and Jack Studnicka

On defense, traveling will be Jack Ahcan, Tyler Lewington, Brady Lyle, John Moore, Mike Reilly, Urho Vaakanainen, and Nick Wolff.

The B's will bring three goalies along for the ride too; Jeremy Brodeur, Kyle Keyser, and Linus Ullmark.

It's fair to say that this is quite a youth-heavy lineup, which is never a bad thing in the preseason.

In fact, there are really only four NHL regulars in the mix (Nosek, Lazar, Reilly, Ullmark).

You could make arguments that a few others are "regulars" too (Frederic, Studnicka), but that's probably nitpicking.

Still, might as well let the fringe guys or the newer prospects get as much ice time as you can; you know what you're getting from the Halls, Bergerons, and Carlos of the world.

Anyone you're looking forward to watching (if you can find a stream)?