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Here we try to answer the question - who are the most deadly pairs of players in the NHL. By 'deadly pair' we are calling a pair of players who score goals of each other's assists. We distinguish between players that feed each other for goals and pairs that have a distinction between the scorer and the helper.

The data is provided for a seasons or for the entire career, for regular season games, playoffs, or both. The first type of the 'deadly pairs' as described above, is seen with the 'Points' or 'Points Per Game' choice. The other one is triggered by selection of 'Goal/Assist' or 'G/A Per Game'.

All lists are sorted by the points or points per game value. Only players who played 30 or more games together (not necessarily on the same line) during a season are accounted for that season. Similarly, only players who played 100 or more games together during their careers are accounted for career tallies.

The data is based on the boxscore reports and is available from year 1987 onwards.

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Here we try to answer the question - who are the most deadly pairs of players in the NHL. By 'deadly pair' we are calling a pair of players who score goals of each other's assists. We distinguish between players that feed each other for goals and pairs that have a distinction between the scorer and the helper.


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