5. Max Pacioretty and Tomas Plekanec (Montreal Canadiens)
There is a reason Pacioretty was picked as the Habs' captain this year, and it has not been without the help of his trusty steed, the 33-year-old Czech forward Tomas Plekanec. They provide dynamic offence to the Habs, adding to their legitimacy as Stanley Cup contenders.
4. Henrik and Daniel Sedin (Vancouver Canucks)
Ahh... of course. The 35-year-old Swedish twins who have been tearing up the NHL for years. They have an impressive chemistry.. almost a sense of where the other is on the ice. Must be a twin thing.
3. Alex Ovechkin and Evgeny Kuznetsov (Washington Capitals)
Two Russians (insert happy emoji here). Of course. This year, Evgeny Kuznetsov leads the Caps with points, with Alex Ovechkin, the goals leader, a few points behind. At the beginning of the year, on the same line, they clicked together perfectly. #RusskiyPower
2. Artemi Panarin and Patrick Kane (Chicago Blackhawks)
One of the interesting stories in the NHL this season is how Patrick Kane has been tearing up the NHL after his off-season controversy. Of course, this wouldn't be the case without the hands of Artemi Panarin, 24-year-old fresh arrival from Russian KHL, who has helped him tonnes.
1. Jamie Benn and Tyler Seguin (Dallas Stars)
This duo has always been one of the most effective in the game, but their role on the Stars has only been magnified now that their team is in the top of the NHL standings.
What do you all think of these ratings? Any other differing opinions? If so, I'd love to hear them in the comments. Happy Holidays...