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EA's new NHL game this year is NHL 18 Authentic Troy Apke Jersey , and that means that it is time to dive into the ratings for this year's new game. There are some ratings for the players that you are ok with, there are some that you really agree with, and then there are some that make you say that it is a disgrace that they are giving that player the rating in which they did. With the NHL entering almost their second month of the season, it gives a good idea to players who deserve their ratings and players who don't deserve the ratings that they got.

As a hockey fan you want to see your favorite players with a rating that you believe that they deserve. When they don't get that rating you think that there is something wrong with the people who put the ratings together. Either way not everybody can be happy with the ratings that occur in this game for every player, but there are people who work hard on putting together the best game possible for the fans and for the athletes to play. Everybody around the world that loves the sport of hockey loves to play this game Jaquiski Tartt Jersey , and they want nothing but a quality game which EA provides each and every year.

When I look at the ratings for every player there are fifteen that stick out to me as being labeled as disgraceful. With that being said here are the fifteen most disgraceful ratings in EA's NHL 18.

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Milwaukee Bucks player Malcolm Brogdon announced Thursday that he'll be the first NBA ambassador for Philadelphia Eagles defensive end Chris Long's Waterboys Initiative, which installs deep-borehole wells in east Africa.

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