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A new NHL 17 roster update is available now on Xbox One and PlayStation 4, adding Charlie McAvoy, Brock Boeser and Clayton Keller. There may be a few others added, so make sure to check them out.

Roster Update Download Instructions*:
  • In the NHL 17 main menu, select (Customize)
  • In the Customize section, select (Roster)
  • In the Roster section, select (Active Rosters)
  • In the Active Rosters section, select the most recent update organized by 'Date & Time' under EA SPORTS NHL Official Rosters
*NOTE: Your console must have an internet connection to download this roster update.

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# 1 redsoxfan31 @ 04/17/17 08:01 PM
Can anyone tell me if Colin White of the Senators made it into this update? I'm guessing he did because he's played 2 NHL games but I wasn't sure
 
# 2 brianski71 @ 04/17/17 08:05 PM
No Zach Aston-Reese yet? Oh, ok. Makes sense.
 
# 3 ShadowGhost25 @ 04/17/17 08:10 PM
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Originally Posted by redsoxfan31
Can anyone tell me if Colin White of the Senators made it into this update? I'm guessing he did because he's played 2 NHL games but I wasn't sure
yup he's in the game 78 overall with med top 6 potential.........pretty much all the rookies who got signed in march are 78 overall ...keller has low elite pot
 
# 4 iFnotWhyNoT @ 04/18/17 09:03 AM
SOoo good.

Time to create missing 2017 draft prospects and start a new Franchise...start today feature so needed for next year.
 
# 5 Qb @ 04/19/17 11:49 AM
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Originally Posted by brianski71
No Zach Aston-Reese yet? Oh, ok. Makes sense.
It's a legal/licensing thing. One of the devs (Andy Agostini) put out a little vlog about the process several years ago, and I doubt much has changed. Even after playing in the AHL, minor leaguers need to sign some sort of PHPA waiver to be included. And I believe players on Amateur Tryout Contracts -- often the case with late-season signings of college players -- cannot be included (which isn't the case with Aston-Reese, but still worth mentioning).

Meanwhile, for the NHLPA, the licensing rights are automatic after the player appears in an NHL game.
 

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