No it's not dude. You're just too damn arrogant to see anyone else's side of a debate other than your own.
Matthews is the more complete player. McDavid is the better offensive. Watch a game. Learn something about hockey. There's a reason why Matthews' name has been mentioned in Selke talks this year and McDavid's hasn't.
If you're gonna keep being this arrogant, please just block me. Don't have times for kids like you.
"The Selke Trophy is always the most fascinating award, and in my piece I made penalty-killing time part of the criteria. The theory is that if a coach doesn’t play you on the penalty kill, are you really that good defensively? It’s not often a player wins the award without a role on the penalty kill, but sometimes a player is too good elsewhere that it’s probably best to save his strength. Perhaps we shouldn’t be so rigid?
I mention this for two players who probably wouldn’t normally get a sniff at this award: Sidney Crosby and yes, MCDAVID. They’ve played less than five minutes combined on the penalty kill this season.
If I’m a coach, there’s no way I’m wasting either player’s time with the penalty kill – they’re the best offensive options and saving them for those opportunities is more important than the penalty kill. That’s a job any fourth liner can do. At five-on-five though, both have a pretty decent case so far.
In terms of defensive impact (a mix of expected and actual goals against), Crosby is behind only Aleksander Barkov this season among top line players with the Penguins allowing under two expected and actual goals against per 60 with him on the ice. MCDAVID hasn’t had the same goaltending luck, but his expected goals against impact has been terrific on a porous team. He’s sandwiched between Crosby and Joel Eriksson Ek inside the top 10. "- Dom L (the athletic).
Pretty sure he's a leafs fan...