3. Keep the top forward line going
The top forward line for head coach Bill Peters put together a tremendous outing in the win over Pittsburgh. Sebastian Aho notched two tallies to help seal the win. Teuvo Teravainen also found Aho for one of the best goals of the season for the team so far.
Outside of the two goals and one assist from Aho, the other two players on the first forward line put up a combined three points. Jordan Staal notched one assist, and Teravainen had one goal and one assist.
Carolina needs this top line to stick together and provide the top source of offense the rest of the way. When Aho and Teravainen are at their best, its one of the best duos of two young forwards present in the league.
With 33 points in 40 games, Aho leads the team in points, and Tervainen is not far behind at all. Teravainen has just one point less than Aho. Although, Staal does have some catching up to do. This line is dangerous and needs to keep it up for the Canes against the Bruins.