The National Hockey League has some very impressive groups of scorers in the league today. From Chicago's group of Toews, Kane, Hossa and Sharp to Anaheim's Perry, Getzlaf, Ryan and Selanne, there are a number of teams that have unreal star power up front.
Not always, though, does a team with one elite superstar putting up huge points, have a second player also rack up an enormous total.
In this slideshow, we're going to look back at the most dominant rosters of the last 50 years.
What you will find here are the best point-producing duos since the 1960-61 season. How we determined dominance is the difference between the top point-producing duo and the second-best tandem in the league in that given year.
Some of the point differences will astound you, and some of the names will make you chuckle.
Here are the 25 most dominant pairs in the last 50 years.