EA Sports: NHL 15 Habs Prospects Ratings

Photo: WHL.ca

Photo: WHL.ca

After we have presented you the official Xbox One and PS4 Habs player ratings and the official Xbox One and PS4 Habs player styles and potential ratings, we now provide you with Habs prospects details, including their official rating, default playing style and potential. Once again, we are delivering this information to you before the game is even out!

Here are the official overall ratings, player styles and projected potential for the Habs AHL, CHL and European leagues prospects in NHL15, coming out on Xbox One, PS4, Xbox360 and PS3 on Sept. 9th.

Forwards
Jérémy Grégoire, 64, Two-Way F., Top-6 AHL F.
Connor Crisp, 63, Grinder, Top-6 AHL F.
Stefan Fournier, 66, Grinder, Top-6 AHL F.
Sven Andrighetto, 68, Sniper, Top-6 AHL F.
Joonas Nattinen, 71, Two-Way F., Top-6 AHL F.
Gabriel Dumont, 73, Two-Way F., Top-6 AHL F.
Christian Thomas, 70, Sniper, Top-6 AHL F.
Patrick Holland, 72, Two-Way F., Top-6 AHL F.
Maxime Macenauer, 74, Two-Way F., Top-6 AHL F.
Artturi Lehkonen, 67, Sniper, Bottom-6 NHL F.
Michael McCarron, 65, Power Forward, Top-9 NHL F.
Jacob de la Rose, 68, Two-Way F., Bottom-6 NHL F.
Tim Bozon, 68, Playmaker, Top-9 NHL F.
Nikita Scherbak, 68, Playmaker, top-6 NHL F.
Daniel Pribyl, 46, Two-Way F., Top-6 AHL F.
Daniel Audette, 64, Two-Way F., Top-9 NHL F.
Charles Hudon, 69, Two-Way F., Bottom-6 NHL F.
Defensemen
Darren Dietz, 64, Defensive D, Top-4 AHL D.
Greg Pateryn, 72, Two-Way D., Top-4 AHL D.
Morgan Ellis, 72, Defensive D, NHL 7TH D.
Magnus Nygren, 71, Offensive D., Top-4 AHL D.
Brett Lernout, 60, Defensive D, Top-4 AHL D.
Dalton Thrower, 69, Two-Way D., Top-6 NHL D.
Goaltenders
Zachary Fucale, 69, Hybrig G., Starting NHL G.
Dustin Tokarski, 81, Hybrig G., Starting NHL G.

Information source: François Carignan, All About The Habs

*Please note prospects playing in the NCAA, Prep Schools, USHL and KHL are unavailable since these leagues aren’t in NHL 15. 

 

Once again, the game’s evaluation of players are clearly inaccurate. Here are a few obvious examples:

– Michael McCarron is on the Knights’ fourth line, but is rated as one of their best players;
– I have seen Daniel Audette play close to 100 times, and him being classified as a two-way forward is a nonsense. He is a natural born playmaker. If I had to compare him to a current Habs player, his closest model would be David Desharnais.

As a conclusion, I strongly suggest you not to rely on these in-game stats to evaluate a player in real life. If you consider EA Sports even struggles at giving an accurate rating and play style to most of NHL players, imagine how poorly accurate their evaluation of prospects can be. Also, another reason not to base yourself on EA Sports NHL 15’s evaluations is that 16-to-20-year old hockey players are a lot harder to evaluate than professional players, because even if they are dominant in junior leagues, they may never be able to adapt to the professional level.

 

Follow me on Twitter @CarignanTQN to get the latest news on Habs prospects playing in the ‘Q’, especially Daniel Audette who plays for the team I cover for another media.

 

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