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UNIONDALE, NEW YORK - MARCH 14: Scott Mayfield #24 of the New York Islanders checks Jesperi Kotkaniemi #15 of the Montreal Canadiens during the third period at NYCB Live's Nassau Coliseum on March 14, 2019 in Uniondale, New York. The Islanders defeated the Canadiens 2-1. (Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)
UNIONDALE, NEW YORK - MARCH 14: Scott Mayfield #24 of the New York Islanders checks Jesperi Kotkaniemi #15 of the Montreal Canadiens during the third period at NYCB Live's Nassau Coliseum on March 14, 2019 in Uniondale, New York. The Islanders defeated the Canadiens 2-1. (Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)
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BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS – DECEMBER 19: Ross Johnston #32 of the New York Islanders joins teammates to celebrate with Semyon Varlamov #40 after defeating the Boston Bruins in an overtime shootout at TD Garden on December 19, 2019 in Boston, Massachusetts. The Islanders defeat the Bruins 3-2. (Photo by Maddie Meyer/Getty Images)

Potential Lineups

New York Islanders

The Islanders are expected to make some changes going into tonight after their performance on Saturday. The Isles started rotating their lines in the third period against Boston.

I expect the defense to stay the same, but on offense we may see Ross Johnston come in for Cal Clutterbuck, who made his return from injury against Boston. Also, it looks like Leo Komarov will be moved to the second line and Derick Brassard will be centering the fourth line.

We expect Thomas Greiss to come in for Semyon Varlamov.

The Islanders are expected to line up like this tonight:

Lee-Barzal-Eberle
Beauvillier-Nelson-Komarov
Dal Colle-Pageau-Bailey
Martin-Brassard-Johnston

Greene-Pulock
Toews-Mayfield
Leddy-Boychuk

Greiss (Varlamov)

Montreal Canadiens

Montreal should have a similar lineup as they had on Saturday night against Carolina. Canadiens star forward, Jonathan Drouin is still out injured and is not expected to be back for tonight’s clash.

These forward lines should stay the same as above and Petry should be good to go on defense.

The Canadiens are expected to line up like this:

Tatar-Danault-Gallagher
Lehkonen-Suzuki-Armia
Byron-Domi-Weal
Hudon-Evans-Weise

Chiarot-Weber
Kulak-Petry
Ouellet-Folin

Price (Lindgren)

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