Which Pair Will Make the Best Dynamic Duo

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  1. Zanny

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    Assuming Strome eventully plays on Tavaras' wing, which pair will make the best dynamic duo in there prime?

    Strome Tavares

    Landeskog Duchene

    Hall RNH
     
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    If you mean dynamic in the literal sense of the word, it's Hall and RNH no doubt about it. One is a high octane playmaker and the other a high octane scorer. Although I'd still take Duchene and Landeskog.
     
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    Hall RNH
     
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    Hall and RNH.

    Duchene and Lando will be best overall pairing of those options
     
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    Strome and Tavares will be the most dynamic pair but I would still want Duchene and Landeskog.
     
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    Duchene + Landeskog
     
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    Nugent-Hopkins + Hall were made for each other. (no homo)
     
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    Tavares and Strome are both centers, and will likely be for the duration of there tenure on the Island. I think they will be on the ice together like how Crosby and Malkin are. They will each be on separate lines until about 10 minutes left in the game if they are down a goal and will be playing together on the PP.

    I think Hall and RNH will be the best duo, but I think JT will be the best player on this list by a fair amount.
     
  11. Landeskog & Duchene will.
     
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    Hall and RNH no doubt.

    But if you want a pair that might offer more of a complete game it's definitely Lando-Duchene.
     
  13. By a fair amount? Oh right, you're an Islanders fan.
     
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    Zibanejad and Puempel
     
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    How about all these duos against this trio?:sarcasm:

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    Wee Baby Seamus Yo, Goober, where's the meat?

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    Hall-RNH or Tavares-Niedereitter
     
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    Dynamic? Hall and RNH hands down.

    Landeskog and Duchene will be a handful though. They will be seriously hard to handle.

    Hall and RNH might take a season or two to get going but I think Lando and Duchene will be effective on the ice almost immediately.
     
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    RNH-Hall.. The two #1's
     
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    On defence (especially the PP) then Karlsson Rundblad may not be bad at all. For forwards RNH Hall sounds great.
     
  21. But in reality you actually mean offense. Neither will be even an average defensive player.
     
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    I'm a homer, but Landskog and Duchene.

    I think Landeskog's offense is underrated and I think Duchene is the best player on this list, but I am an Avs fan
     
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    Agreed with this. Some of the most dynamic current duos are made up of an elite playmaker and an elite scorer, such as Ovechkin and Backstrom, Getzlaf and Perry, Stamkos and St. Louis and Henrik and Daniel Sedin.
     
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    As an Oiler fan I can't really argue that. Landeskog's skill is underrated and he's built like a tank. Any smaller dmen will get torn up by Lando and Duchene.

    It will be interesting to see how all these guys develop though. Personally I think Hall is the best of the bunch, not sure about Nugent-Hopkins yet though. It might depend on how strong he can get, but he's super skilled and slippery so he might not need it.
     
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    Duchene-Landeskog is what I would prefer if I were building a championship team. Hall-RNH is hands down the most exciting though and I think they will win more championships because of the supporting cast they got in Edmonton. Imagine if they could land Ryan Murray next year.
     

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