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EA Sports has posted this NHL 15 video, teaching players how to deke and much more with the Superstar Skill Stick.

They go over quick stride dekes, drag dekes, protecting the puck, one touch dekes, loose puck dekes, 45 degree cuts and more.
  • Now, all the tools of an NHL superstar are in your hands.The revolutionary Skill Stick has evolved to give even more control to the player, featuring an intuitive right stick control scheme that is easy to use but also packed with depth.
  • The all-new Superstar Skill Stick allows for complete fluidity when stickhandling, giving incredible control with the right analog stick.
  • Use the Superstar Skill Stick with the right analog stick and True Performance Skating with the left to combine dekes and skating movement together. The left and right stick now act independently, allowing for more moves to embarrass the opposition.
  • Chain moves together to keep defenders guessing. Use a stride deke to move a defender one way then turn him inside-out by chaining it together with a windmill deke. In NHL 15, there are countless ways to get past defenders and creating scoring opportunities using theSuperstar Skill Stick.
Source - EA Sports

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# 1 jyoung @ 09/01/14 09:09 AM
This is a very helpful video. Hopefully they thought to include this or something like it in the retail version of NHL 15.

The new skating and stick-handling moves are great for users, but I wish that the CPU skaters would actually use these moves instead of skating in a straight line with their head down most of the time.
 
# 2 gator3guy @ 09/01/14 09:46 AM
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Originally Posted by jyoung
The new skating and stick-handling moves are great for users, but I wish that the CPU skaters would actually use these moves instead of skating in a straight line with their head down most of the time.
I've seen it a lot actually in the demo.
 
# 3 Gotmilkman24 @ 09/01/14 10:21 AM
Id love to take it to the game and embarrass my opponents.. but umm.. there aren't any human opponents atm...
 
# 4 sweetjones @ 09/01/14 10:23 AM
Finally. I know how to do something. I got tired of seeing Nash show off every move against me.
 
# 5 snc237 @ 09/01/14 01:20 PM
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Originally Posted by Gotmilkman24
Id love to take it to the game and embarrass my opponents.. but umm.. there aren't any human opponents atm...
Hahaha true. This skill stick is a pretty small update to what they had last year (and since 08 actually) yet they are making like they reinvented it while nothing truly has really changed. I guess they need something for the back of the box. Oh well I'm still getting regardless love my self some hockey and I'm really going to have to like ranked especially.
 
# 6 bgucci38 @ 09/03/14 07:46 PM
Like the new skill stick, there's about 4-6 new moves, still don't know anything about the game modes yet other than what isn't in the game which is pretty sad considering it's less than a week away from coming back smh yolo
 
# 7 SinisterAlex @ 09/03/14 08:49 PM
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Originally Posted by bgucci38
Like the new skill stick, there's about 4-6 new moves, still don't know anything about the game modes yet other than what isn't in the game which is pretty sad considering it's less than a week away from coming back smh yolo
Game modes were unveiled a week or two ago.
 
# 8 speels @ 09/03/14 10:31 PM
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Originally Posted by gator3guy
I've seen it a lot actually in the demo.
The Rangers do it all the time when I play. It's tough to defend when they do it because the poke checking is so nerfed that I continue to get penalties for tripping.
 
# 9 gator3guy @ 09/04/14 12:36 AM
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Originally Posted by speels
The Rangers do it all the time when I play. It's tough to defend when they do it because the poke checking is so nerfed that I continue to get penalties for tripping.
Yeah they pull the moves off at a high speed too. It looks a bit unnatural.
 
# 10 canucksss @ 09/04/14 09:56 AM
These tips are great, hopefully I can practic that in the demo...but looking at the dekes, the puck looks like its glued to the stick.
 
# 11 MizzouRah @ 09/04/14 10:05 AM
Looks like I need to brush up! The CPU players do all these moves.
 
# 12 HockeyPhuck @ 09/11/14 08:24 PM
Awesome tips thanks!
 

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