12:49 AM - August 4, 2005 by NYJets
Gamer Feed has posted their preview of NHL 2006.
"EA is also paying precise attention to the puck physics themselves, developing a new system known as RPM, Realistic Puck Momentum. The puck acts like it should, bouncing off the sides of goal posts once it strikes and even having movement that could result in an accidental bump in by the goalie into the net. Also, if a player's colliding with a puck somehow, or gets struck in the face or leg, real injuries can occur, and can actually be pinpointed to the spot where the puck struck. It's nothing you'll notice during the fast gameplay, but in the middle of a season mode, it could add up to a sufficient injury that'll sideline a player."