Line combos for Pens-Jackets Game 5

PITTSBURGH -- Looks like there could be a couple of lineup changes on both sides of this hotly contested, back-and-forth series for Game 5 Saturday night.

Although veteran defenseman Brooks Orpik did not skate Saturday morning -- he's been dealing with a nagging but unspecified injury -- he is expected to be a game-time decision. If he can’t go, look for Robert Bortuzzo to take his place, although how the defense pairings might look after that remains fluid.

Given the line rushes over the past couple of days, center Marcel Goc looks to see his first playoff action in Game 5 for the Penguins. He was acquired at the trade deadline from Florida but injured late in the regular season.

How the lines and defense pairings look, assuming Orpik plays:

Chris Kunitz-Sidney Crosby-Lee Stempniak

Jussi Jokinen-Evgeni Malkin-James Neal

Joe Vitale-Brandon Sutter-Beau Bennett

Tanner Glass-Marcel Goc-Craig Adams

Paul Martin-Brooks Orpik

Rob Scuderi-Matt Niskanen

Olli Maatta-Kris Letang

Roberto Bortuzzo

Marc-Andre Fleury

For the Columbus Blue Jackets, Fedor Tyutin will draw back into the lineup after missing the last two games with an injury. Ryan Murray, who missed Game 4, said Saturday morning he is a game-time decision, although head coach Todd Richards said Saturday morning he is expecting Murray to play.

Here’s a look at the Blue Jackets groupings.

Boone Jenner-Ryan Johansen-Jack Skille

Matt Calvert-Brandon Dubinsky-Cam Atkinson

Nick Foligno-Artem Anisimov-R.J. Umberger

Blake Comeau-Derek MacKenzie-Mark Letestu

Jack Johnson-David Savard

Ryan Murray-James Wisniewski

Fedor Tyutin-Nikita Nikitin

Sergei Bobrovsky