Schremp-Langkow-Nilsson is the ugliest first-line I've ever seen in my entire life. And I've seen Reasoner-Stoll-Hemsky.
I think you missed the entire point. Write that line down third if it makes you feel any better. The entire point of that would be that there would be no one line overwhelmingly better than the other top-2, meaning that while one line was out against the shutdown lines, there would be two out there against less defensively capable competition.
If you want more toughness to the lineup, use one of those packages I talked about to add a couple skilled forwards with toughness. The key to that lineup is that there is alot of room for upgrades like that to make it more physical, better defensively, etc because of all the trading chips left over. Mike Fisher would be a pretty good fit IMO, although he isn't known for his toughness. He is basically a Horcoff clone. Jeff Carter would be a great fit. Physical, talented, and young, I would love to see him on the Oilers.