Josh Leivo has done what Frankie Corrado couldn’t: Make the most of an opportunity and stay in the lineup. Leivo played his fourth game in a row on Wednesday, with Nikita Soshnikov a healthy scratch, after a three-point performance on Tuesday. “Life’s real simple: You do good things, and good things happen to you,” said coach Mike Babcock. “You grind every day, you work hard, you keep a good attitude. When you get your opportunity and do something, you get another opportunity. If you don’t, someone else gets the opportunity. “Everyone thinks the coach decides who plays. No chance. They decide who plays. I just watch.” It was Leivo’s sixth game of the season. He was a healthy scratch for 20 games, after being injured for the first 30. “It helps develop confidence,” Leivo said. “I have to keep playing the same way I’ve been playing.”