I think Ottawa's 1st line of Alfredsson-Spezza-Heatley is it. Not only do I believe Heatley will have his 3rd 50-goal season in a row, but I wouldn't be surprised at all if he gets 60 goals. Zetterberg, Datsyuk, and Holmstrom come in 2nd for me. Vinny Lecavalier and Marty St. Louis are one of the best duos. Whenever Richards is with one of them, good things happen then as well.
Hmm, I don't think any other top line stands out to me... There are a lot of teams that spread their talent out so they have depth and that works wonders for them. (Like Pittsburgh, Colorado, or the Rangers.)
ADD: CROSBY and ANYBODY doesn't work efficiently. You get Sid doing all the work (like in the Canes season opener). He makes sick passes but nobody converts them. I hate Staal on a line with Crosby. As much as people like the IDEA of that, the reality is that for WHATEVER reason, it just doesn't work. Malkin + Staal = good times. So Pittsburgh does best when it spreads the talent out, like Colorado. And just like Colorado, the PP lines are different; Malkin & Crosby play together.
Actually... Buffalo's line of Afinogenov, Vanek, and Derek Roy just might turn out to be one of the better lines. If Vanek even begins to earn his pay, that is. New Jersey's line of Parise, Zajac, and Long-in-name-er is getting better and better too.
countpetez - LOL.