Sidney Crosby of the Pittsburgh Penguins and Jonathan Toews of the Chicago Blackhawks are two of the most dynamic young forwards in the NHL.
At 23 and 22 years of age, respectively, they have each accomplished a lot in their careers. They have two Stanley Cups between them and are two of the NHL's youngest captains. They are also fan favorites on their teams and have helped their franchises go from laughingstock to competitive.
But which one has a greater effect on their teammates? Who has been a bigger factor in taking their team to the promised land? Who is most missed when he goes down with an injury?
In this slideshow, I will attempt to answer those questions and more.