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Top Five Goalies - NHL 15 Ratings - NHL 15 POSTED BY EA SPORTS Hockey ON Aug 4, 2014

NHL 15 - Player Ratings - Top Five Goalies

These are the top five puck stoppers in NHL 15. With these guys between the pipes, you’ll have a good shot at coming away with the win every night.

Check out the top-rated goalies in NHL 15. Rating attributes are categorized into three different categories: Reflexes, Puck Control, and Athletic ability.

5. Pekka Rinne - Nashville Predators - 91 Overall

Summary: Despite an injury plagued season, the big Fin just managed to crack the top five goalies in NHL 15. He gives the Predators a chance to win every time he is between the pipes, and has one of the league’s best glove hands – carrying a (90) Glove High rating.  

4. Tuukka Rask - Boston Bruins - 92 Overall

Summary: Last year’s Vezina trophy winner has now proven himself to be one of the league’s elite goaltenders. He is well balanced, scoring high in Athletic ability and Reflex ratings.  

3. Carey Price - Montreal Canadiens - 92 Overall

Summary: Montreal’s franchise goalie is just entering his prime, which is a scary thought for shooters in the Eastern Conference. Carey has an average rating of (90) in the Reflexes and Athletic ability category.

2. Jonathan Quick - L.A. Kings - 93 Overall

Summary: The former Conn Smythe winner and two time Stanley Cup champion has been one of the league’s top netminders for the past five years. Quick challenges shooters with (91) Aggressiveness – but uses his amazing Athletic ability with (91) Speed and Agility to get back into position. 

1. Henrik Lundqvist - New York Rangers - 93 Overall

Summary: ‘The King’ wears the crown as the top goalie in NHL 15 with five-stars in all three goalie attribute categories. It’s nearly impossible to beat him long the ice as Lundqivst carries a (92) rating for Stick Low, and Five Hole.  

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