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When a team is losing games hand over fist, there is a tendency (and external pressure) to change up the lines.
Fans saw this early in the season, as Pavel Datsyuk and Henrik Zetterberg were separated and placed on different lines.
It's nothing out of the ordinary, as the two are usually separated or paired together when things aren't going according to plan.
But Mike Babcock needs to realize that, although his team has won three games in a row, tinkering with his lineup (and line chemistry at that) can have treacherous consequences.
The Red Wings suffered before this three-game winning streak, with just four wins in their first nine contests.
This was partially because of injury and partially because it seemed like, every night, there were different player combinations.
No chemistry means no success, and no success means no winning.
It's important to make changes as necessary, but just because someone is coming back from an injury doesn't mean they should immediately be inserted into a spot that another player might be more confident and prepared to play in.
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