EA Sports: NHL 16 Habs Prospects Ratings

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Once again this year, All About The Habs had early access to EA Sports NHL 16, and is happy to share the Habs players ratings, which is one of the most important aspects of the game for many gamers. In another article, we shared the NHL and AHL players ratings, but in this one, we share the prospects ratings.

Here are the official ratings for the Habs prospects available in the default rosters of NHL16, coming out on Xbox One and PS4 on September 15th:

Forwards
Artturi Lehkonen, 67, Sniper, Bottom-6 NHL F.
Michael McCarron, 65, Power Forward, Bottom-6 NHL F.
Tim Bozon, 68, Playmaker, Top-9 NHL F.
Jeremy Gregoire, 64, Two-Way F., Top-6 AHL F.
Nikita Scherbak, 68, Playmaker, Top-6 NHL F.
Daniel Audette, 63, Two-Way F., Top-6 AHL F.
Martin Reway, 64, Sniper, Bottom-6 NHL F.
Lukas Vejdemo: N/A
Matthew Bradley, 58, Two-Way F., Top-6 AHL F.
Jeremiah Addison, 59, Two-Way F., Top-6 AHL F.
Defensemen
Magnus Nygren, 73, Offensive D., Top-2 AHL D.
Brett Lernout, 62, Defensive D., Top-2 AHL D.
Dalton Thrower: N/A, probably categorized as ECHL
Simon Bourque, 55, Offensive D., Top-2 AHL D.
Noah Juulsen, 62, Two-Way D., Top-4 NHL D.
Goaltenders
Zachary Fucale, 71, Hybrig G., Starting NHL G.

As stated last year, I strongly recommend 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 many pro players, their evaluation of junior players is actually even worse. Also, another reason not to base yourself on EA Sports NHL 16 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 QMJHL.

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One Response to EA Sports: NHL 16 Habs Prospects Ratings

  1. nice. what’s your next project?

    damaris September 11, 2019 at 3:53 am Reply

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