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NHL 23 Player Ratings - Top 50 Players Revealed

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NHL 23 Player Ratings - Top 50 Players Revealed

EA Sports has slowly trickled out some NHL 23 player ratings today starting with the top 10 right and left wingers. Here’s the top 10 fastest wings with Gaudreau, Hall and Kapanen leading the way with 93 speed ratings.

We’ll continue to update this post until they have all been revealed.

UPDATE: (9-20) The team revealed the top 10 right and left defensemen today, along with the strongest and fastest players in the game.

UPDATE: (9-21) Added a few more player ratings and top 10 lists below.

UPDATE: (9-22) Updated the top 50 players in NHL 23. Here are the fastest players in the game.

UPDATE: (9-23) Top 10 goalies added today.

  • Connor McDavid – Overall 95
  • Auston Matthews – Overall 94
  • Nathan MacKinnon – Overall 94
  • Cale Makar – Overall 94
  • Andrei Vasilevskiy – Overall 94
  • Leon Draisaitl – Overall 93
  • Sidney Crosby – Overall 93
  • Patrick Kane – Overall 93
  • Roman Josi – Overall 93
  • Victor Hedman – Overall 93
  • Igor Shesterkin – Overall 92
  • Aleksander Barkov – Overall 92
  • Jonathan Huberdeau – Overall 92
  • Artemi Panarın – Overall 92
  • Nikita Kucherov – Overall 92
  • Alex Ovechkin – Overall 92
  • Kirill Kaprizov – Overall 91
  • Mikko Rantanen – Overall 91
  • David Pastrnak – Overall 91
  • Brad Marchand – Overall 91
  • Adam Fox – Overall 90
  • Johnny Gaudreau – Overall 90
  • Matthew Tkachuk – Overall 90
  • Mitchell Marner – Overall 90
  • Steven Stamkos – Overall 90
  • Connor Hellebuyck – Overall 90
  • Jacob Markstrom – Overall 90
  • John Gibson – Overall 90
  • Kyle Connor – Overall 90
  • John Carlson – Overall 90
  • Evgeni Malkin – Overall 90
  • Sarah Nurse – Overall 90
  • Patrice Bergeron – Overall 89
  • Charlie McAvoy – Overall 89
  • Sebastian Aho – Overall 89
  • Elias Lindholm – Overall 89
  • Gabriel Landeskog – Overall 89
  • Dylan Larkin – Overall 89
  • Filip Forsberg – Overall 89
  • Anze Kopitar – Overall 89
  • Alex Debrincat – Overall 89
  • Mark Stone – Overall 89
  • Brayden Point – Overall 89
  • Thatcher Demko – Overall 89
  • Jack Eichel – Overall 89
  • Juuse Saros – Overall 89
  • Alex Pietrangelo – Overall 89
  • Aaron Ekblad – Overall 89
  • Drew Doughty – Overall 89
  • Mark Scheifele – Overall 89
  • Frederik Anderson – Overall 89
  • Devon Teows – Overall 88
  • Morgan Rielly – Overall 88
  • Miro Heiskanen – Overall 88
  • Rasmus Dahlin – Overall 88
  • Andrei Svechnikov – Overall 88
  • Vladimir Tarasenko – Overall 88
  • Kris Letang – Overall 88
  • Dougie Hamilton – Overall 88
  • Trevor Zegras – Overall 87
  • Jordan Kyrou – Overall 87
  • Robert Thomas – Overall 87
  • Quinn Hughes – Overall 87
  • Zach Werenski – Overall 87
  • Jaccob Slavin – Overall 88
  • Shea Theodore – Overall 87
  • Moritz Seider – Overall 87
  • Jack Hughes – Overall 87
  • Lucas Raymond – Overall 84
  • Cole Caufield – Overall 84
  • Juraj Slafkovsky – Overall 78
  • Shane Wright – Overall 78

NHL 23 releases on October 14 for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The EA Play NHL 23 trial is scheduled to arrive on October 11.

The NHL 23 X-Factor Edition arrives three days earlier and will include the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 or Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S versions of the game. It also comes with the following items:

  • 4600 NHL Points
  • One HUT X-Factor Player Choice Pack
  • HUT X-Factor Power-Up Starter Pack
  • X-Factor Women’s HUT Choice Pack
  • Five World of Chel X-Factor Zone Ability Unlocks
  • Two Be A Pro X-Factor Slot Unlocks
  • XP Boost and Bonus Trait Points
  • Signed Sarah Nurse World of Chel Jersey

NHL 23 brings fans new levels of authenticity with gameplay improvements that include over 500 new last chance playmaking animations, living arenas and atmosphere, deep franchise-mode customization and new ways to play HUT, including the addition of IIHF Women’s National Teams in HUT, allowing the best women’s and men’s players in the world to compete on one lineup.

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  1. wowsers, I woulda thought Gabriel Landeskog would be 90-92, not 89, cause every year he's like point per game guy, and plus he did win the Stanley cup, I woulda thought that would've boosted his overall up.
    both Tarasenko and Kyou, should be at least 89, as they are big factors in the St-Louis Scoring machine, not 88-87, I think they got robbed of true actual ratings.
    also, Johnny Gaudreau Should be 88-89, cause he slumps a lot and sometimes goes long stretches without a goal or assist, In video games, he scores a lot but in real life, he slumps a lot and not is a big factor in goal and assist production section, he's real spotty forward. hot and cold starts.
    SuperGoalies
    wowsers, I woulda thought Gabriel Landeskog would be 90-92, not 89, cause every year he's like point per game guy, and plus he did win the Stanley cup, I woulda thought that would've boosted his overall up.
    both Tarasanko and Kyou, should be at least 89, as they are big factors in the St-Louis Scoring machine, not 88-87, I think they got robbed of true actual ratings.
    also, Johnny Gradau Should be 88-89, cause he slumps a lot and sometimes goes long stretches without a goal or assist, In video games, he scores a lot but in real life, he slumps a lot and not is a big factor in goal and assist production section, he's real spotty forward. hot and cold starts.

    At least you got one name right. Wowsers
    SuperGoalies
    wowsers, I woulda thought Gabriel Landeskog would be 90-92, not 89, cause every year he's like point per game guy, and plus he did win the Stanley cup, I woulda thought that would've boosted his overall up.
    both Tarasenko and Kyou, should be at least 89, as they are big factors in the St-Louis Scoring machine, not 88-87, I think they got robbed of true actual ratings.
    also, Johnny Gaudreau Should be 88-89, cause he slumps a lot and sometimes goes long stretches without a goal or assist, In video games, he scores a lot but in real life, he slumps a lot and not is a big factor in goal and assist production section, he's real spotty forward. hot and cold starts.

    So a stat line of 30/29/59 in 51 games should be "90-92" but 40/75/115 in 82 games should be "88-89"?
    Jeffrey99
    So a stat line of 30/29/59 in 51 games should be "90-92" but 40/75/115 in 82 games should be "88-89"?

    he was the best player in colorado when he won the Stanley cup, I think they kinda robbed him of his actual rating, which should be 90-92, he's also a point-per-game player, he hardly ever misses a game without a goal or assist, Tarasenko and Kyou are gonna be good this year, Are probably gonna be great in point production and help them St'Louise to playoffs, as they made the second or third round last year, so... that's a huge leap from other years, plus they seem like they gonna be MVP's of there team again this year, again they kinda like point per game players, also Tarasenko is a still young guy and so is Kyou.
    Tarasenko Stats
    2021–22 St. Louis Blues NHL 75 34 48 82 32 Season
    Playoffs: 12 6 3 9 0
    Jordan Kyrou
    Season Stats
    2021–22 St. Louis Blues NHL 74 27 48 75 20
    Playoffs : 12 7 2 9 4
    Gabriel Landeskog
    2021–22 Colorado Avalanche NHL 51 30 29 59 78 (Season)
    Playoffs : 20 11 11 22 6
    SuperGoalies
    he was the best player in colorado when he won the Stanley cup, I think they kinda robbed him of his actual rating, which should be 90-92, he's also a point-per-game player, he hardly ever misses a game without a goal or assist, Tarasenko and Kyou are gonna be good this year, Are probably gonna be great in point production and help them St'Louise to playoffs, as they made the second or third round last year, so... that's a huge leap from other years, plus they seem like they gonna be MVP's of there team again this year, again they kinda like point per game players, also Tarasenko is a still young guy and so is Kyou.
    Tarasenko Stats
    2021–22 St. Louis Blues NHL 75 34 48 82 32 Season
    Playoffs: 12 6 3 9 0
    Jordan Kyou
    Season Stats
    2021–22 St. Louis Blues NHL 74 27 48 75 20
    Playoffs : 12 7 2 9 4
    Gabriel Landeskog
    2021–22 Colorado Avalanche NHL 51 30 29 59 78 (Season)
    Playoffs : 20 11 11 22 6

    The post you quoted highlighted that your ratings standards seem incoherent when looking at stats when talking about Landeskog and Gaudreau and you proceed to wrtie a big response that completely ignores Gaudreau.
    Oh yeah and the name is KyRou no Kyou.
    mercalnd
    The post you quoted highlighted that your rating standards seem incoherent when looking at stats when talking about Landeskog and Gaudreau and you proceed to write a great response that completely ignores Gaudreau.
    Oh yeah, the name is KyRou no Kyou.

    I wasn't talking about Gaudreau, cause he's on a different team now, am talking about those 3 players only, yah he had 40 goals and 75 assist's and 115 points, but I think he's going downwards now, he only had that cause he was on Calgary, I Observed him he's struggling man, on Watching games on TSN, again he's spotty he goes long periods without a goal.
    SuperGoalies
    I wasn't talking about Gaudreau, cause he's on a different team now, am talking about those 3 players only, yah he had 40 goals and 75 assist's and 115 points, but I think he's going downwards now, he only had that cause he was on Calgary, I Observed him he's struggling man, on Watching games on TSN, again he's spotty he goes long periods without a goal.

    LOL the 115 point guy is struggling and only got that because he was on a specific team. Nevermind the fact that he was the team's best player and got 11more points than the second guy.
    Meanwhile, the 59 point guy in 51 games should get a better rating because he won the Stanley Cup playing on the league's best teams playing with 4 other point a game players.
    mercalnd
    LOL the 115-point guy is struggling and only got that because he was on a specific team. Never mind the fact that he was the team's best player and got 11 more points than the second guy.
    Meanwhile, the 59-point guy in 51 games should get a better rating because he won the Stanley Cup playing on the league's best teams playing with 4 other points a game player.

    he also moved to a weaker team too, so he won't have a good year, XD, he also won't have a supporting cast like some other teams. he's projected to have a poor start season XD.
    SuperGoalies
    he also moved to a weaker team too, so he won't have a good year, XD, he also won't have a supporting cast like some other teams. he's projected to have a poor start season XD.

    Wowsers XD
    SuperGoalies
    I wasn't talking about Gaudreau....

    SuperGoalies
    also, Johnny Gaudreau Should be 88-89, cause he slumps a lot and sometimes goes long stretches without a goal or assist, In video games, he scores a lot but in real life, he slumps a lot and not is a big factor in goal and assist production section, he's real spotty forward. hot and cold starts.

    Weird...I'm pretty sure your first post clearly mentions Gaudreau and his rating, guess I must be seeing things.
    Jeffrey99
    Weird...I'm pretty sure your first post clearly mentions Gaudreau and his rating, guess I must be seeing things.

    It's clearly you seeing things. Because SuperGoalie never posts weird stuff.
    SuperGoalies
    wowsers, I woulda thought Gabriel Landeskog would be 90-92, not 89, cause every year he's like point per game guy, and plus he did win the Stanley cup, I woulda thought that would've boosted his overall up.
    both Tarasenko and Kyou, should be at least 89, as they are big factors in the St-Louis Scoring machine, not 88-87, I think they got robbed of true actual ratings.
    also, Johnny Gaudreau Should be 88-89, cause he slumps a lot and sometimes goes long stretches without a goal or assist, In video games, he scores a lot but in real life, he slumps a lot and not is a big factor in goal and assist production section, he's real spotty forward. hot and cold starts.

    And yet, in EA's NHL games, Landeskog will play like Tarasenko, who will play like Gaudreau, who plays like Crosby, who plays like Jean Beliveau, ad nauseaum...
    What are these overalls good for, again? Oh yeah, nothing important. Gotcha!
    Shame about his overall though...
    VeNOM3099
    And yet, in EA's NHL games, Landeskog will play like Tarasenko, who will play like Gaudreau, who plays like Crosby, who plays like Jean Beliveau, ad nauseaum...
    What are these overalls good for, again? Oh yeah, nothing important. Gotcha!
    Shame about his overall though...

    whoever does these ratings, probably needs new pair of glasses, a better person to do ratings, the least person with 165-200 IQ, as last year when they presented the ratings to hockey players in NHL 22, they made almost all players angry at them.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dlLmukT_Exk
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e8d7tR5oV1c
    SuperGoalies
    whoever does these ratings, probably needs new pair of glasses, a better person to do ratings, the least person with 165-200 IQ, as last year when they presented the ratings to hockey players in NHL 22, they made almost all players angry at them.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dlLmukT_Exk
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e8d7tR5oV1c

    You miss the point: these "ratings" mean absolutely nothing when players on the ice play exactly the same. Whether I control a plug 4th line Enforcer or the Oilers Era Gretzky, all the way to McJesus or Matthews now. I can mostly do and play the same way regardless and it works. They pass the same way, hit the same way, shoot the same way. I can spin, deke and weave my way around the ice no matter what.
    Whether my player is rated 80 or 94, it doesn't make a difference.
    The only difference is in the background when you SIM the results, because all that matters are the numbers. But if you play? May as well control a 50 overall and score the same amount of goals and have the same number of passes as a 92 rated Ovechkin...
    SuperGoalies
    as last year when they presented the ratings to hockey players in NHL 22, they made almost all players angry at them.

    The same happens for NBA 2k, Fifa, MLB The Show, or Madden. It's almost as if all pro athletes think they are the best player on the planet.
    nice! awesome nice to see them all this time, thank god Connor McDavid is 95, he's been a beast for a year's, I am so happy Tampa Bay Lightning Star Goalie is 94, he's amazing to lead your team to 3 Stanley Cup Finals, he definitely gets my nod to lead them to another Stanley Cup Final Make it 4 Stanley Cup Appearances. :nchuck:

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