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NHL 23 Player Ratings: Top 10 Left Wingers

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Olivier Dumont Updated on by

After a highly-anticipated wait, NHL 23 has released its new player ratings and there’s plenty to be excited about. The franchises’ latest installment is set to launch on October 14th, 2022 and the new player ratings reveal has only added to the ever-increasing hype that continues to build around this new game.

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There is a lot of new details surrounding the new player ratings in NHL 23. So to simplify things, we’re going to start by scoping out the full set of Top 10 Left Wingers NHL 23 has revealed and see what changes might have unfolded from last year.

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Curtesy of NHL 23

During the 2021-22 season, a lot of bright left wingers made a statement and proved their worth considerably in the NHL. But who was able to make the stacked list of Top 10 Left Wingers in NHL 23?

Let’s have a look and see what the next NHL edition has in store for us.

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NHL 23: Top 10 Left Wingers

Top 10 Left Wingers – Curtesy of NHL 23

  1. Jonathan Huberdeau (92 Overall) – Calgary Flames
  2. Artemi Panarin (92 Overall) – New York Rangers
  3. Alex Ovechkin (92 Overall) – Washington Capitals
  4. Brad Marchand (91 Overall) – Boston Bruins
  5. Kirill Kaprizov (91 Overall) – Minnesota Wild
  6. Johnny Gaudreau (90 Overall) – Columbus Blue Jackets
  7. Matthew Tkachuk (90 Overall) – Florida Panthers
  8. Kyle Connor (90 Overall) – Winnipeg Jets
  9. Gabriel Landeskog (89 Overall) – Colorado Avalanche
  10. Filip Forsberg (89 Overall) – Nashville Predators

In comparison to the selection of right wingers in NHL 23, the left wingers have more 90+ overalls and a deeper range of talent in their Top 10 as a whole. Though Ovechkin is not listed as the number one left winger, he still remains to be as elite as ever and NHL 23 recognized that by having him tie for the first place spot at 92 overall.

NHL 22: Top 10 Left Wingers

Debatably the best way to get a firm grip on how the Top 10 has altered in NHL 23, is by checking out and reviewing the previous Top 10 Left Wingers in NHL 22. So we’re going to do just that.

Here’s the full list:

  1. Alex Ovechkin (92 Overall) – Washington Capitals
  2. Brad Marchand (91 Overall) – Boston Bruins
  3. Artemi Panarin (91 Overall) – New York Rangers
  4. Jonathan Huberdeau (90 Overall) – Calgary Flames
  5. Kirill Kaprizov (88 Overall) – Minnesota Wild
  6. Kyle Connor (88 Overall) – Winnipeg Jets
  7. Matthew Tkachuk (88 Overall) – Calgary Flames
  8. Jake Guentzel (87 Overall) – Pittsburgh Penguins
  9. Gabriel Landeskog (87 Overall) – Colorado Avalanche
  10. Johnny Gaudreau (87 Overall) – Calgary Flames

Aside from Forsberg replacing Guentzel this year, everyone on this NHL 22 list is back on Top 10 in NHL 23. Despite not many new faces, there was a lot of fluctuation from game to game. After Ovechkin secured the number one spot last year, Huberdeau’s big 2021-22 season led him to be ranked as the best left winger in the game.

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