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NHL 14 Ultimate Team - Chemistry

One key to success in Hockey Ultimate Team is building both team and line chemistry.

This can be achieved by pairing players who are from the same team or league. Putting players at their natural position also increases chemistry.

Remember, the Line Assistant tool will automatically set the best possible line for your Hockey Ultimate Team.

The lineup screen indicates team and line chemistry. These two indicators are located on the top left of the lineup screen, with a highest possible score of 100 for perfect chemistry.

An easy way to see if players have good chemistry is by the colored bars that connect each player on your team. A red bar indicate poor chemistry, yellow indicates moderately effective chemistry, while green indicates great chemistry. The more green bars in the lineup, the better the team chemistry.

Achieving perfect chemistry has a huge impact on any Hockey Ultimate Team. Passes will connect easier, players set up for one-timers more effectively, and each player will receive a boost. Don’t settle for anything less than perfect chemistry as it gives a huge edge over any opponent. 

Learn more about new features in NHL 14 Ultimate Team.

NHL 14 will be released on September 10 for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. Fans can learn more at the NHL 14 website. Pre-Order today to receive bonuses (where applicable)

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