Pittsburgh Penguins’ NHL 14 Player Ratings


Kristopher Letang, #58 for the Pittsburgh Penguins, in video game form. Credit: https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/G/01/videogames/detail-page/nhl13.05.lg.jpg

For over two decades, EA Sports’ NHL Hockey Series has been providing hockey fans with the most realistic playing experience.

With the new NHL game coming out on September 10th, we look at some of the newest features in the game — including a new collision system, new enforcer system (fighting), and you can also play in an old time NHL ’94 Anniversary mode.

And without further or do, here are the player ratings for the Pittsburgh skaters:


Sidney Crosby – 95

Evgeni Malkin – 92

James Neal – 88

Chris Kunitz – 82

Brandon Sutter – 82

Pascal Dupuis – 82

Jussi Jokinen – 82

Beau Bennett – 80

Matt D’Agostini – 80

Joe Vitale – 77

Tanner Glass – 77

Dustin Jeffrey – 77

Craig Adams – 77


Kris Letang – 90

Brooks Orpik – 82

Paul Martin – 82

Rob Scuderi – 82

Simon Despres – 80

Matt Niskanen – 80

Deryk Engelland – 80

Robert Bortuzzo – 77


Marc-Andre Fleury – 85

Tomas Vokoun – 82

EA Sports recently released the ratings from the top-50 players in the game — which included Pens’ players Crosby, Malkin, Neal, and Letang.

Pittsburgh finished second to the Stanley Cup champion Chicago Blackhawks in the most players that made it into the top-50 — Chicago players that included Patrick Kane, Marian Hossa, Duncan Keith, Brent Seabrook, Patrick Sharp, and Jonathan Toews.

While most of the ratings are pretty fair to how the players performed last season, a couple of their overalls don’t legitimate at all — specifically for Kunitz, Martin and Dupuis.

All three of those Pittsburgh players performed amazing throughout the course of the 2012-13 season and were all influential in the Penguins’ long playoff run — almost certainly earning them more than a lowly 82 overall.

What do you think of the ratings?