Well, it seems that Lavi is at it again, just pulling lines at random and inserting them on to the ice. The thing is, these lines aren't random, in fact, the lines come from a come from a long list of rules that must be adhered to. Luckily, the DGS SuperSpies obtained this list and we're gonna share it.
1. Due to the lack of centers, Couturier, Briere, Schenn, Giroux and Talbot are not allowed to be on a line together.
2. Scott Hartnell falls for linemates, he has to removed from a line after falling to prevent the center from possibly having relations with his wife.
3. Danny Briere will take a stick foul if left with the same linemates for more than 2 consecutive shifts.
4. Paul Holmgren believes that changing Couturier's line fast enough will actually slow down time allowing him to slide Couturier even though he plays in 82 games.
5. After a shift, when Matt Read says, "and I learned that at Bemidji" State," any forward within ear shot has to go to the lockerroom to look up how to spell Bemidji.
6. Sometimes players miss shifts on account of being dazed from Chris Pronger's left elbow.
7. Jake Voracek hasn't quite learned the system of "rely on your talented young center to get you the puck"
8. Due to the smaller ice surface of North America, while sitting on the bench, Jagr actually thinks he's playing the game.
9. Peter Laviolette rotates his forwards on account of not having goalies to rotate anymore.
10. Paul Holmgren accidentally called out line changes from the GM's office...needless to say, like his math skills, his memory of lines leaves much to be desired.