While the majority of the group will be the same as game one; Ethan Bear, Antti Raanta and Seth Jarvis will all be making their first NHL appearances in a Carolina Hurricanes sweater.
Jordan Martinook will also be making his first appearance of the season as well.
Tampa Bay sent a roster comprised mostly of prospects to Raleigh for game one, but this time around they will be a much tougher team to face with nine NHL regulars in the lineup, including the entire top line and defensive standouts, Victor Hedman and Mikhail Sergachev.
This game could be the last chance for a handful of prospects to make final roster decisions a bit more difficult as the Canes will want to start solidifying their opening-night lineup moving forward.
Projected Hurricanes Lineup
Forwards: Derek Stepan, Seth Jarvis, Stefan Noesen, Josh Leivo, C.J. Smith, Jordan Martinook, Andrew Poturalski, Ryan Suzuki, Jack Drury, Spencer Smallman, Jamieson Rees, David Cotton
Defense: Brendan Smith, Eric Gelinas, Ethan Bear, Joey Keane, Jesper Sellgren, Jalen Chatfield
Goalies: Antti Raanta, Eetu Makiniemi
Projected Lightning Lineup
Forwards: Ondrej Palat, Brayden Point, Nikita Kucherov, Patrick Maroon, Corey Perry, Jaydon Dureau, Cole Koepke, Pierre-Edouard Bellemare, Otto Somppi, Maxim Cajkovic, Gabriel Fortier, Gage Goncalves
Defense: Victor Hedman, Jan Rutta, Alex Green, Jack Thompson, Brandon Crawley, Mikhail Sergachev
Goalies: Maxime Lagace, Hugo Alnefelt