Absolutely. These are the exact lines that I think, at this point in time, provide the best balance and chemistry with our available players.
Dubinsky's and Stepan's games play very well to Gaborik's. They can create space for themselves, which ultimately takes pressure off of Gaborik which leaves him with mobility to get open for scoring chances. If space is not created for him, Dubinsky especially is capable of utilizing the space that is provided by teams closely monitoring Gaborik.
I like the idea of Frolov and Anisimov together. Callahan is the grinding forechecker on this line, forcing defenseman up the boards and creating turnovers, giving Frolov and Anisimov, both skilled players, time to work some magic.
Avery belongs on the third line. He is an extremely capable puck-protector and moves well with the puck along the boards. Boyle and Fedotenko have clicked and I want to see that develop further.
Finally, **** Christensen on the 4th line. He is gone and I don't want to see him back. Prust can get plenty of PK time, but he doesn't belong out there on scoring lines.