I think Burke would love it, 2 sets of American wingers and Kessel!
Wow, that defense would be amazing. Gunnarsson-Gorges would frustrate the hell out of the opposition's top lines, leaving Phaneuf-Subban (still a great defensive pairing) and Gardiner-Markov to wreak havoc on lesser competition.
Stajan instead of Smyth is an absolute NECESSITY. Your lineup has no defensive center, and no capable faceoff man. Largely because between the two teams, Stajan is the only player who fills both roles. I would also make the argument that Hudler belongs in there somewhere. You also forgot to include Wideman on defense.
I wanted to keep LA's top line together but also to mix up the remaining forwards some, hence breaking up Richards and Carter. The other option, of playing Franzen with Z and Dats, is ok too even though I don't think Franzen has the greatest chemistry with Datsyuk. On the fourth line I've switched Helm to wing as I think Stoll is the better FO man; Tootoo could easily be switched with Samuelsson or Cleary if needs be but I figured why not get a pest in there.
On D I kept the Scuderi-Doughty pairing intact but switched around some other guys. There's an argument to be made for replacing Smith with Voynov, but I'm a Wings fan so Brendan gets the nod. The 2nd and 3rd pairings should see roughly equal ice time and each unit pairs a solid LA shutdown guy with one of Detroit's active PMDs.
Didn't put too much thought into the spare players, you could easily argue guys like Quincey or White or Nyquist should make the cut from Detroit... I'm not so knowledgeable about LA's depth guys though so apologies if I missed anyone.
Hard decision on where to place the forwards. I feel all the names are right, but actual place might be wrong.
Defense is beastly, especially if Visnovsky returns to form.
Nabokov is back. Goaltending might be the weakest thing about the team depending on how you view the duo.