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Canada Team wins the match in NHL 17 simulation of The World Cup of Hockey

The new works of EA's "North American Hockey League career" NHL 17 is the 26th installment in the NHL game series and was released for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles on September 13, 2016 in North America and September 15 in Europe. NHL 17 has added new mode in the former features and high standards. All-new game modes, new and deeper experiences in fan-favorite modes, and the best on-ice gameplay ever make NHL 17 the most exciting EA SPORTS NHL game to date, including the draft championship mode and the World Cup ice hockey mode, and there is also a business model which allows players to control their own management of the ice hockey team to play the game.  
NHL 16 which is released by EA on the Xbox 360 and PS3 platforms has used the new teams set, but in other aspects, it's not obvious compared to NHL 15. NHL 17 will give players more free gaming experience through the most fit the current trend of deeper game modes. In short, EA is ambitious for NHL 17 and they claim that they intended to create a largest and most exciting hockey gameby far.
The World Cup of Hockey kicks off on Saturday, but since we couldn't wait, we used EA Sports’ NHL 17 to simulate the tournament. The virtual clashes revealed some unexpected surprises.It all came down to one final contest, and it was a great one—for about 55 minutes. As there are 60 minutes in regulation, this proved detrimental to one of the two teams that had worked so hard to get here. Jones, the overtime hero of Game 1, scored the opening goal of Game 3… for Team Canada in the first period. A beautiful rush by John Tavares was thwarted by Gibson, only for the rebound to ricochet right off of Jones and into the net.
But the kids bounced back, tying the game on a deflection by Brandon Saad toward the end of the opening stanza. Gibson proved superhuman throughout the middle period and much of the third, but Canada found a way to breach the gates late in the game and, courtesy of goals by Jonathan Toews and Logan Couture, pulled ahead 3-1 within the final five minutes. A few minutes later, Sidney Crosby was at center ice, lifting the computerized World Cup trophy over his head in celebration.