Lindback deserved a better fate.
Anders Lindback  allowed 1 goal on 28 shots for the loss. He's starting to play his best hockey of the season now. If the Lightning salvage anything from this awful campaign, it might be Lindback surfacing as a more legitimate number one with work in the second half of the shortened season.
10:22 NYI Tavares (17), (Moulsen, Boyes)(PP)
19:20 NYI Boyes (7), (Macdonald)(EN)
Lindback was the game's third star.
The Lightning slowly started to get their feet under them as the game progressed and didn't play all that poorly, but couldn't get pucks through a collapsing Islanders d, and when they did Nabokov was there. The only point of emphasis for improvement needs to be actually hitting the net when the Lightning shoot, particularly the big guy wearing #77.
Alex Killorn  was -1 with 2 penalty minutes, 1 shot, 1 hit, and 1 blocked shot in 18:10.
Tyler Johnson  was 33% on draws in 11:39. He was a bit of a non-factor.
Ondrej Palat  had 2 hits in 9:05. Also a bit of a non-factor.
Radko Gudas  had 2 shots, 6 hits, and 1 blocked shot in 18:56. Stud. He played like a flat out bona fide stud. He was sawing people in half and showing off some of those offensive abilities that he occasionally brings to bear, like his puck lugging skills, for instance. He looked darn good, which is reflected in the fact he got 50% more ice time than Keith Aulie . Two games and he already zipped by him on the depth chart. Not the first time Aulie has been pylonized, I reckon.
Pierre-Cedric Labrie  had 1 shot and 3 hits in 8:37.
Cory Conacher  had 1 hit in 14:45. He's become a chronic non-factor at this point in the season. Sad but true.