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05-24-2010, 08:47 AM
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Originally Posted by Tronador View Post
MVP does not mean "the best player of a team, which win a medal. It must be the best player, not matter in which team he is playing.
Umm, no. MVP means the most valuable player. For instance, if there's a forward who scores ten goals per game yet his team manages to lose all these games, he might be considered the best forward in the tournament but certainly not the most valuable one. MVP awards tend to be strongly linked to teams' performances.

Look, I understand it was a huge tournament for German hockey and there's no doubt that Endras was instrumental to his team's success. But four acknowledgments for the fourth place team, two acknowledgments for the team who lost in the quarter-finals and no acknowledgment for the gold-medal winning team... it seems quite strange.

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