This is an interesting debate. You have Matt Danowski, Kevin Leveille and Matt Poskay, the recently named MLL Offensive Player of the Year.
My Case; Matt Poskay. There are several reasons. For one, where would the Cannons be without him? Other than Paul Rabil, Boston does not have many other dominant scorers. Rabil has 20 less points this season than last season, so I wonder where the Cannons would be without him. Playoff bound, probably, but maybe not championship bound like I see them.
Poskay is like the Rajon Rondo of lacrosse, he is undfendable. You cannot come up with a game plan to stop him. He'll do something else. Poskay has made a stellar comeback from cancer last season as well, when many thought he would never play lacrosse again, where he has become one of the MLL's most dominant forces. We saw this from Poskay a few years ago, and thought he might become the player he is. But after his illness-shortened season, we wondered if he would ever be that dominant force in the MLL. he has come out and proven to be more,the MVP of Major League Lacrosse. (At least in my book)