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NHL 10

NHL 10 is a video game in the NHL series developed and released by EA Canada and published by Electronic Arts, and is the 19th game in the series. The game debuted at Hockey Fest '09, a three-day interactive festival celebrating the sport of hockey and the Los Angeles Kings, which took place in downtown Los Angeles from August 28 to 30.[1]

NHL 10

In addition to the standard NHL and AHL leagues, NHL 10 also features the Swedish Elitserien, Finland's SM-liiga, Germany's DEL, and the Czech O2 Extraliga, all of which were featured in the previous installment, NHL 09. This game also adds a new league, the Swiss National League A. Despite being featured in NHL 09 as the Russian Superleague and being one of the highest-ranked hockey leagues in the world, the Kontinental Hockey League was not featured in NHL 10. Like the previous game, NHL 10 features national teams from multiple countries; however they are not licensed by the IIHF and as such, the rosters used are not the official ones, and some countries' teams such as Great Britain's, Italy's, and Japan's had to use fictional players on the rosters due to the lack of players and teams from their respective countries in the game.

"You always want to win the first one," Benn said. "And we've got, obviously, a big road trip here. Some good teams ahead of us. We're going to need guys to step up now that we might have lost one guy. So it's going to be a big trip for us and it's a good start."

Dallas forward Tyler Seguin left the game at 10:45 of the first period with a lower-body injury after he got tangled up with Jordan Greenway along the right wall in the defensive zone. Dallas coach Peter DeBoer said he'll be evaluated but that he could "probably" be out "for a few more games on this trip"

Greenway and Jeff Skinner each had a goal and an assist for the Sabres (32-28-4), who have lost three straight and five of six. Buffalo is six points behind the Pittsburgh Penguins for the second wild card into the Stanley Cup Playoffs from the Eastern Conference.

"We did not have it and it was pretty evident right from the beginning," Sabres captain Kyle Okposo said. "We just seemed a little bit lifeless, a little tired. It's just tough to play this time of the year when you're not feeling your best, and we just have to find a way to get that energy back and understand the position that we're in.

Joe Pavelski made it 2-0 at 19:07 on a one-timer from the right face-off circle on the power play. Benn pushed it to 3-0 at 19:25, scoring in front after taking a pass from Miro Heiskanen from below the goal line.

"We've got a lot of belief, a lot of trust in each other," said Benn, the Dallas captain. "Guys are stepping up their game at the right time, and we're just going to try and continue to keep that going."

A player on an entry-level contract can skate in nine games before teams must decide whether to send him to the American Hockey League or junior hockey and delay the start of their contract to the following season. Teams still can send a player down after his 10th game, but it would use up the first season of his contract regardless of how many more NHL games he played.

For some, the decisions will be easy. The New Jersey Devils have reached the top of the Metropolitan Division standings in part because of the play of two rookie forwards Nico Hischier and Jesper Bratt.

Hischier, 18, the No. 1 pick of the 2017 NHL Draft, has seven points (two goals, five assists) in eight games and centers the Devils' top line, between Taylor Hall and Drew Stafford. Bratt, 19, is tied for the Devils lead with three goals.

So far: DeBrincat, 19, has four points (one goal, three assists) in nine games, mostly on a line with center Artem Anisimov and Patrick Sharp, and is averaging 14:36 of ice time. He's scheduled to play his 10th game at the Vegas Golden Knights on Tuesday.

Staying or going: Staying. DeBrincat adds energy and offensive skill. And after three straight 50-goal seasons in the Ontario Hockey League, there's little left for him to prove as a junior player.

So far: Dubois, 19, has one goal in eight games and is averaging 12:31 of ice time per game. The Blue Jackets selected Dubois with the third pick of the 2016 NHL Draft with the hope he could develop into a franchise center, but he's been playing mostly left wing in a bottom-six role. His 10th game would be against the Winnipeg Jets on Friday.

Staying or going: Going. Dubois would be better served playing in a top-line role on the wing with Blainville-Boisbriand of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League if that's the position the Blue Jackets believe he'll eventually play in the NHL, rather than playing a bottom-six role with the Blue Jackets.

So far: Keller, 19, has eight points (six goals, two assists) in eight games. He leads all rookies in goals and is tied for second in points, one fewer than Butcher. He leads the Coyotes in goals and points and is second among Coyotes forwards with an average ice time of 19:46 per game. Keller is scheduled to play his 10th game at the New York Rangers on Oct. 26.

So far: Mete, 19, was a surprise standout during training camp and has emerged as a solid complement to Shea Weber on the top defense pair. In eight games he has two assists, and he's averaging 19:57 of ice time per game, second among NHL rookie defensemen, six seconds fewer a game than McAvoy. He's set to play his 10th game against the Los Angeles Kings on Thursday.

So far: Patrick, 19, has three points (one goal, two assists) in eight games. He's played mostly on the third line, with Travis Konecny and Dale Weise. While he hasn't had a big offensive impact, the Flyers have been happy, according to general manager Ron Hextall. Patrick, the No. 2 pick in the 2017 NHL Draft, is set to play his 10th game at the Ottawa Senators on Thursday.

Staying or going: Staying. Hextall has said in the past he's not a believer in the nine-game rule, and if a young player makes a team out of training camp, it's because he's capable of helping the team. The Flyers believe Patrick helps them be better.

So far: Sergachev, 19, has eight points (three goals, five assists) in nine games. He leads rookie defensemen in goals and is second in points, with one fewer than Butcher, despite averaging 12:36 of ice time. Sergachev is scheduled to play his 10th game at the Carolina Hurricanes on Tuesday.

Staying or going: Staying. Coach Jon Cooper said Sergachev would play in his 10th game on Tuesday against the Carolina Hurricanes and would stay in lineup. "He's had a positive impact on our team. And he's part of our team. So, that's how it's going to be moving forward," Cooper said.

So far: Yamamoto, 19, has three assists in six games. He's found a spot at right wing on the Oilers' top line, joining center Connor McDavid, and has seen his ice time rise steadily. After playing less than 12 minutes in his first two games, he's played at least 17:53 in the past four, and more than 20 minutes twice. He's scheduled to play his 10th game against the Pittsburgh Penguins on Nov. 1.

Staying or going: Likely staying. Yamamoto has dispelled any fears of his size (5-foot-8, 154 pounds) being an issue. Getting to play on the top line takes a measure of trust from the coach, and Yamamoto clearly has McLellan's. "For a young player he's playing big minutes against some really good players right now," McLellan said. "He's been tested and he's passing the test."

The wait for alternate jerseys is over. Today EA Sports released the code for NHL 10 that allows players to don the third jerseys introduced this season. The teams sporting new sweaters include the Chicago Blackhawks, Colorado Avalanche, Florida Panthers, Nashville Predators, and Minnesota Wild.

What took so long, you ask? The NHL has some poor scheduling and arcane rules in place for its players and jerseys appearing in video games. Unlike the NFL and NBA, rookies must first take the ice with their new team in a regulation game before the NHLPA allows EA Sports and 2K Games to put them in the game, which means young phenoms like John Tavares need to be added in a patch after the game ships. For the new jerseys, EA had to wait until they were revealed by the respective teams before it could add them into the game. Rather than introduce the new sweaters before the season so feverish fans will buy them up in anticipation for the new season and they can be included in the video games (see the NFL), the NHL teams foolishly wait until a quarter of the way through the season when no one notices because the media coverage is solely focused on the NFL playoff hunt. Good thinking!

The biggest disappointment of the Florida Panthers is arguably Paul Maurice. The Panthers have tanked compared to last year under his watch, meanwhile, the Winnipeg Jets, the team he left behind, have soared back as a playoff team without him.

Last season, the 27-year-old right-shot defenseman finished sixth in Norris Trophy voting and probably would have finished higher if he had played more than 61 games. Ekblad scored 15 goals and 57 points in those 61 games, in addition to pitching monster two-way results and helping drive 67 goals for and just 40 against during his five-on-five minutes.

The inability to ice an effective third line is especially frustrating because the Penguins have lost solid top-nine forwards like Jared McCann, Brandon Tanev, Frederick Gaudreau and Evan Rodrigues over the years.

It was just over 12 months or so ago that Klingberg was reportedly seeking an eight-year extension with the Stars worth more than $60 million. Klingberg overvalued himself, misplaying his hand in both extension talks and on the open market. Between those routes, he probably could have secured a sizable long-term contract but in the end, he had to settle for a one-year, $7 million contract with the Ducks.

Its tagline is "Good Old Hockey," with television ads featuring the Stompin' Tom Connors favorite "The Hockey Song" (also known as "The Good Old Hockey Game"). It is the first game in the NHL series by EA Sports to not get a PC release and the first since NHL 2000 to not get a PlayStation 2 release. 041b061a72


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