NHL 22 player ratings: The best left and right wingers

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Left and right wingers do so much on the ice, and usually top players can cause confusion on the forecheck, clog the passing lanes in the neutral zone and also have a talent for finding the back of the net. NHL 22 is ready to go, so you may be wondering which wingers are the best in place at the beginning of the year.

Let’s take a look, starting the best leftists in NHL 22:

Left wing

  1. Capitals LW Alex Ovechkin (92 OVR)
  2. Bruins LW Brad Marchand (91 OVR)
  3. Rangers LW Artemi Panarin (91 OVR)
  4. Panthers LW Jonathan Huberdeau (90 OVR)
  5. Wild LW Kirill Kaprizov (88 OVR)
  6. Kyle Connor LW Nozzles (88 OVR)
  7. Flames LW Matthew Tkachuk (88 OVR)
  8. Penguins LW Jake Guentzel (87 OVR)
  9. Avalanche LW Gabriel Landeskog (87 OVR)
  10. Flames LW Johnny Gaudreau (87 OVR)

“Ovi” still rules among the players in his position, as the former Hart Trophy winner starts the year at 92 OVR. The first three are completed by Bruins winger Brad Marchand and Rangers striker Artemi Panarin.

Here’s a look at the best right-wingers in NHL 22:

Right wing

  1. Blackhawks RW Patrick Kane (92 OVR)
  2. Lightning RW Nikita Kucherov (92 OVR)
  3. Bruins RW David Pastrnak (91 OVR)
  4. Avalanche RW Mikko Rantanen (90 OVR)
  5. Maple Leafs RW Mitch Marner (90 OVR)
  6. Golden Knights RW Mark Stone (89 OVR)
  7. Blackhawks RW Alex DeBrincat (88 OVR)
  8. Jets RW Blake Wheeler (88 OVR)
  9. Hurricanes RW Andrei Svechnikov (87 OVR)
  10. Canucks RW Brock Boeser (87 OVR)

After the campaign for monsters 2020-21, Patrick Kane will move to the top of the list. Kane is linked to Nikita Kucher, who missed the basics last year before returning to help Tampa win the Stanley Cup.

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