In the thread about top NHL lines (http://hfboards.com/showthread.php?t=832194) the question was asked which duos scored the most points together. Personally I think that is perhaps more interesting than which lines scored most together since it's more common for two players to have good chemistry and play for a long time together than for an entire line. Also, it might be useful when assesing the production of one player to know the environment he played in. Therefore, I decided to use the data from the Hockey Summary Project to investigate this. As was the case in the other thread the HSP data exists for all seasons from 52/53 with the exception of the seasons 87/88, 88/89, 89/90, 91/92 and 92/93 so that is the data I used. While very good, the HSP data still contains some errors, and it's of course possible that I have made some as well. I define a goal to be a "duo goal" if the two players both had a point on that goal. That is, either goal+assist or assist+assist. Different from the other thread is that I consider both even strength goals as well as special team goals although a separation of these might be interesting. These are the 30 duos with the most "duo goals" during this period. Not surprisingly, Jari Kurri and Wayne Gretzky has the most points together. This is even more impressing since both the 91/92 and 92/93 seasons when they played together are excluded in the data. The only modern players that make the list are the Sedins and St. Louis - Lecavalier. The Sedins placement is particularly striking. Around 70% of their points have come when both players have registered a point on a goal. Though it should be noted that for the years Kurri played with Gretzky he had an even higher share of points together with Gretzky. I also looked at which duos scored the most points together for a single season. As you can see, this list is dominated by Gretzky - Kurri. In 84/85, Kurri had a career high of 135 points. That means Gretzky had a point in over 80% of the points Kurri had. And Gretzky is on the list with a number of different players which underlines just how prolific scorer he was. If you are interested in any other duo I can look it up. Edit: See post #46 for updated lists covering all seasons from 52/53 to 12/13.