Several lineup changes for tonight

The Gazette’s Pat Hickey reports from Tampa Bay that there will be several lineup changes for tonight’s game.

While the Tomas Plekanec line will remain intact (with Alex Kovalev and Andrei Kostitsyn), no other line remains the same.

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Carbo juggles lines to face Lightning

The Gazette's Pat Hickey reports that the Canadiens' lineup for the Lightning in Tampa Bay looks like this:

Koivu centring Latendresse and Sergei Kostitsyn
Plekanec between Kovalev and Andrei

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