I'd rather switch Henrik and Kesler (splitting up the Sedins) than load the first line like that. Henrik and Kesler together on a line would leave the team with 2 NHL tested centres - not a wise idea.
Daniel - Kesler - Burrows could be a great line with two great trigger men, and Raymond - Henrik - Higgins has some potential too (Henrik setting up the other two).
Absolutely. And it would make the opponent team guessing, which is a good thing. Right now it is so predictable it's easy for any team to defend against them.
And the Sedins, especially Henrik, like to pass the puck to get the perfect play, so all they have to do is to close the pass lanes. It's not that the Sedins are lazy or anything, they are just easy to guess right now.
So why not try something different like splitting them? Like I said before, Henrik was doing quite well without Daniel last year, they are not obliged to play together