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Nashville Predators selected as the eventual Stanley Cup Champions in the recent NHL 17 season predictions

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 is an appealing revision because of new ways to play as well as improvements to some existing modes, and the game accommodates various skill levels more than ever. As you hit the ice you’ll find that this year’s game plays smoothly and crisply, with a good challenge if you want to seek it out. On higher difficulty settings you have less time in general to make decisions, and that pressure makes defensive zone battles feel more crucial.  
 
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.  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. And NHL 17 has played the World Cup of Hockey simulation before and Canada Team wins the match. And then NHL 17 released its 2016-17 season predictions on Thursday, with the Nashville Predators selected as the eventual Stanley Cup Champions. The video game simmed the entire upcoming season and playoffs, and the Preds finished alone on top at the end of both.
 
In a blog post on the EA Sports website, the details on the simmed season are explained in full. According to NHL 17, the Predators, powered by the recent acquisition of P.K. Subban, will claim their first President's Trophy (and Central Division title), finishing with an NHL-best 110 points. The fun doesn't stop there. Following First and Second Round playoff victories over the Minnesota Wild and Dallas Stars, Nashville avenges a Second Round loss in 2016 (in reality) to the San Jose Sharks, by topping the California team in six games to advance to the 2017 Stanley Cup Final.