I found this article on my app, The Score.
The NHL's 5 best forward lines so far
1. Anze Kopitar-Justin Williams-Dustin Brown, Los Angeles Kings
At times this season, Los Angeles' top line of Anze Kopitar, Dustin Brown and Justin Williams has been split up. It happened when forward Dwight King started the season playing left wing with Kopitar and Brown, for example.
But this trio, time and again, is ultimately reunited and for good reason: it`s the single best forward line in the NHL this season - and actually has been for a while.
The three members of L.A.'s dominant first line complement each other extraordinarily well. Brown brings a unique combination of speed and size. He plays a physical game on the wing, draws penalties and can finish on the rush or in the slot.
Kopitar is a stellar two-way center with a powerful shot who should probably eventually garner some Selke consideration. Williams, with his under-rated playmaking ability and staunch refusal to lose puck battles, is the glue guy.
Brown, Kopitar and Williams have skated together for nearly 200 minutes at even-strength so far this season. During those 200 minutes they've outscored opponents 6-1 while controlling north of 64% of all on-ice shot attempts. Those are ungodly numbers.
What makes this line's results even more frightening is that it has actually been unlucky in the offensive end (only Kopitar is above 6% in on-ice shooting percentage). So we might realistically expect their offensive production to tick up going forward. Scary thought, that.