7:04PM: Buchnevich is in and Glass is out.
4:13PM: Alain Vigneault would not reveal his lineup for tonight when he spoke with the media so there is no definite word on if Pavel Buchnevich will make his NHL playoffs debut.
Buchnevich skated in warmups for Game 3 and at practice on Monday skated in a rotation with Tanner Glass on a line Chris Kreider and Mika Zibanejad as well as on one of the PP units.
Ryan McDonagh said that if Buchnevich plays tonight the Rangers will have a player who can shoot the puck and/or move it quickly to an open player. (NYR)
Jimmy Vesey said that Buchnevich has done a "good job" this season adjusting to North America and said that he has a "good attitude, personable and fun to be around." (Newsday)
Vesey added that Buchnevich "has the ability to make plays, very skilled and talented offensively. We struggled to score goals last game. I think on the power play he could definitely help us out." (Newsday)
Adam Rotter: I would think that Buchnevich is in tonight and that Alain Vigneault is just trying to use some gamesmanship in not revealing his lineup. Buchnevich isn't the savior on offense or the PP but he is an incredibly skilled player who has shown he can make plays at the NHL level. The strange thing is that if Buchnevich comes in it will likely be Tanner Glass that is out even though Glass has been one of their more effective forwards through three games.