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03-18-2013, 03:22 PM
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Originally Posted by Cursed Lemon View Post
Because "two-way" player doesn't mean some kind of evenly split ratio, it's referring to a player who actively tries to balance out their defensive and offensive contributions.

If Sidney Crosby scores 140 "offense points" and 40 "defense points", while Pavel Datsyuk scores 90 for both, Datsyuk is a better two-way player and Crosby is a better producer.
But if Crosby has 120 "offense points" and 70 "defense points", while Datsyuk has 80 "offense points" and 90 "defense points", who is the better two way player?

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