The new works of EA's "North American Hockey League career" NHL 17 is the 26th installment in the NHL game series and was released for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles on September 13, 2016 in North America and September 15 in Europe. All-new game modes, new and deeper experiences in fan-favorite modes, and the best on-ice gameplay ever make NHL 17 the most exciting EA SPORTS NHL game to date. NHL 16 which is released by EA on the Xbox 360 and PS3 platforms has used the new teams set, but in other aspects, it's not obvious compared to NHL 15.
NHL 17 will give players more free gaming experience through the most fit the current trend of deeper game modes. In short, EA is ambitious for NHL 17 and they claim that they intended to create a largest and most exciting hockey gameby far. It is worthy to mention that, an open multiple vote took place to find the cover athlete for the game. There are six categories when determining rating attributes: Puck Skills, Senses, Shooting, Defense, Skating, and Physicality. Here are the top 10 right wingers in NHL 17!
James Neal – 88 overall
Nikita Kucherov – 88 overall
Marian Hossa – 88 overall
Blake Wheeler – 89 overall
Phil Kessel – 89 overall
Jakub Voracek – 90 overall
Corey Perry – 91 overall
Joe Pavelski – 91 overall
Vladimir Tarasenko – 93 overall
Patrick Kane – 94 overall
We will talk about the lowest one- James Neal whose rating is 88. Strong on the puck and in the corners, James Neal is a prototypical NHL power forward. He also owns a very hard (90) and accurate (90) wrist shot which should put him in contention for 30+ goals every year. Valdimir Tarasenko ranked secondly. The young Russian followed up his impressive 2014-15 season with a 40 goal campaign that saw him finish twelfth in league scoring.
Tarasenko is a strong, explosive player who utilizes his Speed (92), Strength (87) and lethal Wrist shot Accuracy (94) to score at a high rate. And Patrick Kane is the best. The 2016 Hart Trophy winner is the top rated right winger in NHL 17. In terms of pure skill, no one may have a more impressive skill set than Patrick Kane. His shooting attributes rank at the top of the NHL with a (95) Slap Shot & Wrist Shot Accuracy rating, he has speed to burn with a (95) Acceleration and Agility rating, and his hands are second to none with a (96) Deking, Hand-Eye, Passing and Puck Control rating.