Although, the Frolov/Conroy/Demitra line has been great, I think it is time to break it apart to help spread out the scoring. Either Frolov or Demitra has to be taken off that line and put on the 2nd scoring unit.
Roenick-Belanger-Demitra (I think Ebell deserves another shot at being a top 6 forward and JR might get it going with Demitra)
Luc-Army-Tamballeni/Brown (If, Tambs can play RW-Luc and Army should have never been split apart)
Do you guys agree about breaking up our #1 line to try to get more scoring from the other lines?
I wouldn't do it yet unless the Sens are in the process of blowing out the Kings. If so, then the opportunity should be taken to try out some other lines. I'd move Frolov to the 2nd line, reuniting him with Cammalleri (who, as I said in another thread, really needs a corner man like Frolov). If this produces results for either top line, then it'd be good to keep it that way for next game and see how that goes. Line juggling mid-game in an effort to get offense is nothing new for AM, but he seems to always keep that top line together, no matter the score.
Whatever is done, separate JR and Luc, please. Heck, if the team is being blown out, anyways, try JR with Conroy and Demitra if you want. Or do Frolov-Roenick-Demitra... that'd be interesting. If those two can't make JR produce, probably nothing will.