NHL 22 – IIHF update

EA SPORTS NHL 22 introduces IIHF (International Ice Hockey Federation) content into the game with the latest patch update. Fans of the game can lace up their skates to play the World Juniors tournament and try out the updated jerseys and branding of the men’s teams.

Playable women’s teams are entering the game for the first time with the IIHF women’s teams and the women’s world championship. We can celebrate this golden era of women’s ice hockey by playing our favorite teams and players. At the beginning of 2022, fans can show up with Team USA legend Hilary Knight, Marie-Philip Poulin from Hockey Canada and other superstars.

Sean Ramjagsingh, VP and GM, EA SPORTS said: “The addition of women’s national teams as part of the new IIHF content in EA SPORTS NHL 22 is a major milestone in the series’ evolution to reflect the diversity of its fans.”

IIHF content available when logging into NHL 22 from December 9, 2021 to January 10th, 2022.

Women’s World Championships

The developers also pleased to announce that IIHF Women’s teams will also be added to NHL 22 PLAY NOW mode in January 2022, along with the Women’s World Championships authentic tournament structure and visuals. Celebrate women’s hockey from across the globe.

NHL 22 is also introducing some long-awaited features as part of the latest update: roster swap and HUT content migration. With Squad Swap, fans can download other people’s squads that have been uploaded during the year. The HUT content migration enables players who initially played on older consoles to transfer their HUT teams and progress to the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X | S.

EA SPORTS NHL 22 is developed by EA Vancouver and EA Romania and is available since October 15, 2021 for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X | S, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

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