This is a list of the top 10 offensive players compared to their linemates in the league over the past three full 82 game seasons. The players' scores represent the % of "goals for" scored when they are on the ice over "goals for" scored when their linemates are on the ice without them.
- Sidney Crosby: 90.4%
- Henrik Sedin: 70.9%
- Daniel Sedin: 60.0%
- Jason Spezza: 55.7%
- Bobby Ryan: 51%
- Steven Stamkos: 50%
- Nathan Horton: 49.8%
- Patrick Elias: 48.7%
- Jordan Eberle: 45.8%
- Jonathan Toews: 45.7%
These numbers suggest Ryan and Spezza are vastly underrated and will probably light up the league, it being probably the first time each of them will play with a player of their own calibre.
Score: [(GF Player)/ (GF Teammates) x 100] - 100
GF Player = Team goals for when player is on the ice 5v5 per 20min
GF Teammates = Team goals for when linemates are on the ice and player is not 5v5 per 20min. This score is the average of all linemates of the player weighted by time on ice with the player.