Electronic Arts released another top ten ratings. The previous list contained the top ten goalies of NHL 22. However, these ratings are the top ten right-wings of NHL 22. Similar to the previous list, it will be in descending order.
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NHL 22 Top Ten Right-Wings
Kicking off the right-winger ratings is Brock Boeser of the Vancouver Canucks with an 87 overall rating. He is a back-to-back rookie of the month winner and was chosen for an all-star game his rookie season. He is an all-star game MVP and is poised to be a big deal in the NHL at just 24 years of age.
Next is Andrei Svechnikov of the Carolina Hurricanes, rocking an 87 overall. Svechnikov was the number two pick in the 2018 NHL draft. He is the first NHL player ever to score a “Michigan” goal. He recently signed an eight-year, $62 million contract with the Hurricanes.
At number eight is Blake Wheeler of the Winnipeg Jets. He has an 88 overall. He is a two-time all-star and led the league in assists in 2018 and an NHL second all-star team.
Next is Alex DeBrincat of the Chicago Blackhawks, with an 88 overall. Despite having a condensed 2020 campaign due to the COVID-19 pandemic, DeBrincat bounced back by registering 32 goals and 24 assists in 52 games. He led the Blackhawks in goals and finished third overall in goal scoring in the NHL for the season.
Rounding out the bottom five is Mark Stone of the Vegas Golden Knights. He has an 89 overall. In 2019, Stone was awarded the Frank J. Selke Trophy as one of the league’s best defenders. He is the first team captain in Golden Knights history.
Starting the top 5 is Mitchell Marner with a 90 overall. The Toronto Maple Leaf stud is an all-star. He made NHL first all-star team and is part of the dynamic duo with Auston Matthews. Marner has five consecutive seasons with at least 40 assists. He is the fourth person in Maple Leafs’ history to do so.
At number four is Mikko Rantanen of the Colorado Avalanche, with a 90 overall. Rantanen is an all-star and named NHL second all-star team in 2021. He is coming off an impressive season where he racked up 66 points with 30 goals and 36 assists for the Avalanche.
Next, we have David Pastrnak of the Boston Bruins. He has a 91 overall. Pastrnak is a two-time all-star, led the league in goals in 2020, and was named NHL first all-star team. He is the first and only player in Bruins history to lead the NHL in goals.
At number two is Nikita Kucherov of the Tampa Bay Lighting. He has a 92 overall. Kucherov is a two-time Stanley Cup champion, three-time all-star, four all-NHL selections, and a Hart Memorial Trophy. At 28 years of age, he already has a hall-of-fame-worthy career.
Topping off the list is Patrick Kane of the Chicago Blackhawks, with a 92 overall. Kane’s resume speaks for itself. He is a nine-time all-star, four all-NHL selections, Stanley-cup MVP, Art Ross, and Hart Memorial Trophy winner. Kane has a lot more hockey left in him, but when it is all said and done, Kane will go down as one of the best to ever do it.
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