The best defenseman in hockey is a Jew.
As strange as that sounds, you can't even make an argument against it: when the NHL crowned its end-of-the-year award winners in 2021, the Norris Trophy for the best defenseman went to Adam Fox of the New York Rangers, who is Jewish. Seems airtight.
Alright, you might want to make an argument that the Norris Trophy does not always reward the best defenseman, despite its intentions. For example, Scott Stevens of the New Jersey Devils, the best blueliner of his generation, was denied the award year after year. The NHL chose to reward flashier types... who might have scored more goals, but were clearly much worse at DEFENSE. We're not bitter. (We are.)
But why would we argue when the best defenseman in hockey is a Jew?
As strange as that sounds...