Found March 17, 2012 on Islanders Hockey Blog:
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Happy St. Patrick’s Day everyone! Tonight the Islanders will take on the Montreal Canadiens north of the border. The Islanders will be looking to snap a five game losing streak.   The Islanders will start Al Montoya tonight in net. It will be the first game action for Montoya since February 20 and his first start since February 16. Capuano also said that Steve Staios, who is day-to-day with a lower body injury, and Jay Pandolfo are the scratches. Below are the lineups for tonight’s matchup: New York Islanders Forwards Matt Moulson-John Tavares-Kyle Okposo Josh Bailey-Frans Nielsen-PA Parenteau Michael Grabner-Casey Cizikas-David Ullstrom Nino Niederreiter-Marty Reasoner-Matt Martin Defensemen Mark Streit-Dylan Reese Travis Hamonic-Andrew MacDonald Milan Jurcina-Mark Eaton Montreal Canadiens Forwards Cole-Desharnais-Pacioretty Bourque-Plekanec-White Leblanc-Eller-Palushaj  Staubitz-Nokelainen-Geoffrion Defensemen Gorges-Subban Weber-Markov St. Denis-Campoli ...
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