What's better than one superstar? Two superstars.
While having a premier NHL player is great, rarely do teams succeed with just one big name on the roster. Having two players with great chemistry and creativity practically pays for itself.
So who are the best combos in hockey? Which pair of players is improved by the presence of each other?
Looking at stats from this season and the tenure of players playing together, this list explores the best duos in hockey. Not all play on the same line night-in and night-out, but they have spent enough time on the ice together to clearly establish themselves as a dynamic scoring pair.
Here are hockey's top one-two punches in the 2013 season.