The first 2 are the normal lines. I went back to an article in the Inquirer where it said Primeau would most likely center a line with Sharp and Brashear. Roenick's line has been that way for the past two games. I think the article was in Wednesday's edition.
Roenick has to get off the sharp and radio line. He has no-one to play with. He is looking good and ready, like he hasn't lost a step. The other two are playing better but it's Roenicks doing. I would hope to see him with Primeau and Kaps