Through the first nine games of the 2013-14 season, the Carolina Hurricanes' four offensive lines have steadily grown into a cohesive and dangerous unit.
While averaging just 2.44 goals per game (19th in the league), a recent resurgence of the highly touted first line and the renewed stardom of Jeff Skinner inspire plenty of optimism that the unit can yet produce at a top-10 level.
After all, the 'Canes have been either tied or ahead at one moment in every third period so far this autumn.
How have each of the four primary lines performed through the first ninth of the season? Our grades and analysis fall on the coming slides.