The 20th annual installment of EA Sports hockey, featuring the Winter Classic and an expanded physics engine.
NHL 13 is the 21st installment in the NHL franchise by EA SPORTS.
NHL 2001 was a hockey sim released by Electronic Arts in 2000 for the PC, the Playstaion, and the Playstation 2
NHL 2002 showed the additions of Don Taylor's unique commentary and the NHL Cards mode, which allowed a player to collect cards that would affect give players skill boosts when used in game.
NHL 2003 didn't introduce many new features, unlike its successor NHL 2004. However, it did introduce the new GameBreaker mode which allowed a player to build up momentum by winning fights, scoring goals or by landing a big hit.
A solid step forward for the NHL Franchise, NHL 2004 improved the game's graphics and puck physics. The Addition of Dynasty mode, selecting when to fight, new Stanley Cup celebrations, made this game one of the most innovative in the series.
NHL 2005 is the 14th game in the EA Sports NHL franchise.
NHL 2K was the first game in the long running 2K Sports hockey series.
The newest hockey game from 2K Sports has Washington Capitals star Alexander Ovechkin as cover athlete for the 10th anniversary edition of the game.
2K's annual ice hockey title, exclusive to Wii for the first time in the franchise's history. The cover athlete has been announced as Ryan Kesler of the Vancouver Canucks, who was also an Olympic Silver Medalist for Team USA.
This was the second release in the NHL 2K series, and also the final game to be released on the Dreamcast.
NHL 2K3 is the third game in 2K's long running NHL series, and featured Philadelphia Flyer Jeremy Roenick on the cover.
NHL 2K6 was the first NHL game to hit next-gen consoles with a release on the Xbox360.
NHL 2K7 was the seventh game in the series released on Xbox, Xbox360, PlayStation2, and PlayStation3.
For the 2008 edition of the 2K series, Jason Spezza of the Ottawa Senators was cover athlete.
NHL 2K9 is purported to be a refresh of the series, designed to be easy to pick-up-and-play with simplified controls; as was the first NHL licensed title on the Nintendo Wii.
NHL 95 was the 4th game of the NHL franchise from EA Sports. It was released for the 1994-1995 NHL season.
NHL 96 was the 5th game of the NHL franchise from EA Sports. It was released for the 1995-1996 NHL season.
NHL 97 was the 6th game of the NHL franchise from EA Sports, it was the first to feature 3D Motion Capture in the PC, Playstation and Saturn versions.
NHL 98 was the 7th game of the NHL franchise from EA Sports.
The 8th game in the series that adds more dekes, moves, and great gameplay.
NHL All-Star Hockey '98 is a Sega Saturn exclusive. It was commissioned by SEGA after Virgin decided not to make another incarnation of NHL Powerplay for the SAT.
Konami brings its brand of pro hockey to PlayStation and Game Boy Color just in time for the 2000 NHL Playoffs.
Acclaim's NHL simulation title went N64 exclusive for the 1999 season.
NHL Breakaway 98 was Acclaim's first take on the NHL for both Playstation and Nintendo 64.
NHL Eastside Hockey Manager 2005 is a menu-based management simulator for ice hockey.
A menu-based hockey management simulation game made by Sports Interactive. One of the most robust managers with full licensing that includes 45,000 players and staff, 3000 teams and 20 playable leagues.
Sony Computer Entertainment's first foray into the world of professional ice hockey. The game was made for the 1995-1996 NHL season and the FaceOff brand continued into the 21st Century.
NHL Hitz 20-02 is an arcade hockey game with an emphasis on fast, high-scoring, hard-hitting gameplay.
NHL Hitz 20-03 is the second release of Midway's arcade style hockey series.
NHL Hitz Pro is a licensed ice hockey game, released in September 2003 for the Playstation 2, Xbox and Nintendo Gamecube.
NHL Hockey was a title released for the Intellivision.
NHL Hockey is an ice hockey game by EA Sports. For the Sega Mega Drive/Genesis, and PC, it's the first game in the NHL Hockey series.
Developed by Midway, Open Ice 2 on 2 Challenge is a four-player hockey arcade game that bears similarities to NBA Jam and NBA Hangtime.
NHL Powerplay '96 is an ice hockey game published by Virgin Interactive for the 1996-1997 NHL season.
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