EA Sports: NHL 15 Habs Ratings

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Photo courtesy of EA Sports

When the popular EA Sports NHL video games come out, the first thing Habs fans will do is look for how their favorite players are ranked by the game.

At All About The Habs, we give you early access to one of the most important aspects of the game for many players, and we bring this information to you before the game is even out!

Here are the official ratings for the Habs players in NHL15, coming out on Xbox One, PS4, Xbox360 and Ps3 on Sept.9th. We’ve linked photos of the ratings as well.

 

FORWARDS

Max Pacioretty 88 – David Desharnais 83 – PA Parenteau 85
Alex Galchenyuk 84 – Tomas Plekanec 85 – Brendan Gallagher 84
Travis Moen 80 – Lars Eller 84 – Rene Bourque 83
Brandon Prust 82 – Manny Malhotra 79 – Dale Weise 80
EXTRA: Michael Bournival 80


DEFENSEMEN

Andrei Markov 86 – PK Subban 90
Alexei Emelin 83 – Mike Weaver 80
Nathan Beaulieu 76 – Tom Gilbert 82
EXTRA: Jarred Tinordi 81


GOALIES

Carey Price 92
Peter Budaj 81

 

My Surprises:

I must say I’m quite surprised PA Parenteau is rated this high, and that David Desharnais isn’t a little higher. In my opinion, both players are worth a 84 overall rating.

I also am surprised by the difference between Tinordi and Beaulieu’s overall attributes. I believe Tinordi is a little overrated (I would have given him a 78 overall rating) and Nate is way underrated as I expected him to be equal or higher to Tinordi and to obtain a score of 78 or 79.

 

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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