I hate to say the line is perfect, but it theoretically is.
Filewich is a power forward. He forechecks well, plays the puck off the boards and has a good shot. His goal tonight was a fluke (off his shinpad), but is a result of going to the net.
Schremp is the fancy guy who can stickhandle with the best of them and create space for himself or draw a double-team so that one of the other 2 is open.
Nilsson is a playmaker who has played on top 2 lines in the NHL (although that was only with the Isles) as shown by his 3 assists, 2 of them primaries and one of those 2 was the bankshot off of Filly. He was the single toughest player going against Wilkes-Barre in the Bridgeport playoff series last year. Without him, that series wouldn't have gone 7 games.
All 3 of them project to be top 6 forwards in the NHL and you know it's good when Schremp, although being the most talented, is the weak link due to it being his rookie pro year.
As for Penner, he's inconsistent and maybe worried about being demoted.