December 28th, 2010 by Paul Tutka
After serving in every possible role in the NLL outside of goaltending duties, where does Hall of Famer Jim Veltman rank amongst the best two-way players? (Photo: Graig Abel)
There are no doubt a countless amount of definitions for what a two-way (or transitional) player is in the National Lacrosse League, but one word found in almost everyone’s explanation for a tranny… versatility.
Whether it’s O-heavy, D-heavy, strictly between the restraining lines, in the corners, on the crease, or a role found on some other inch of rug, a two-way player in this sport typically has several extra bullets on their resume that makes them, well, more versatile than most in the league. In today’s edition of IL Indoor’s look back at the absolute best of the NLL over the past almost 25 years, we asked our respected panel who they felt was the best tranny in pro indoor history, and give you the chance to too. READ MORE »