I believe Jerry made a mistake here. From what I gather the only unit from the 6th Panzer Division in the schwere Regiment Bäke was Panzer Regiment 11's Stab. From spring 1943 I./Pz.Rgt.11 was sent to West to be re equipped with Panthers, the battalion became operational in spring 1944 but was attached to the Pz.KG Friebe - 8th Pz.Div. So Pz.Rgt.11 had only one panzer battalion (II./Pz.Rgt.11) in the winter 1943-44.
At the end of January 1944 OberstLt. Bäke received orders to lead, with his regimental staff, a Pz.KG known as schwere Panzer regiment "Bäke" (Stab Pz.Rgt.11, II./Pz.Rgt.23 - 47 Panthers, s.Pz.Abt.503 - 34 Tigers, I./AR88 - 2 Wespe and 1 Hummel battery). It first participated in destroying Lipowez pocket and was then sent to relieve Gruppe Stemmermann at Cherkassy. (Vicgonz: try Kurowski's Panzer Aces I, for more information on the regiment's actions).
Now detaching Stab of the Panzer Regiment was nothing unusual, similar examples happened earlier in summer 1943 (Pz.Rgt.10, 35, 39). In late 1943 and early 1944 most of the Heer Panzer Divisions possessed only one (pretty beat-up) Panzer battalion, so the regimental staff wasn't really needed other then to lead various divisional KGs.
But back to the 6th Panzer Division, like Pz.Rgt."Bäke", it too was attached (from late January 1944) to the XXXXVI.Pz.Korps (Golnick) first as a mobile reserve. Because of difficulties in clearing the last pockets of stubborn resistance and also redeployment of forces for the Tcherkassy relief effort (Leibstandarte and Pz.Rgt."Bäke") in early February 1944, the division was ordered to send a KG (1 Pz.Gren.Rgt. reinforced with an armored group - most probably II./Pz.Rgt.11) to destroy the enemy together with the Artilleriekampfbataillon 18 (18th Art.Div.). With the mission complete the KG returned to its parent division. During the early mud period in February the division didn't see any action until 26 February when it was sent to Staro Konstantinow area. On 6 March Bäke returns to the division and forms another KG, this time the "gepanzerte Gruppe Bäke" is consisted from Pz.Rgt.11 (as mentioned before only one battalion with around 10 Pz.IV), I./Pz.Rgt.1, s.Pz.Abt.509 and I./Pz.Gren.Rgt.114.
Hope this helps