May 5th, 2014 by

Patrice Bergeron a finalist for NHL 15 cover

Patrice Bergeron a finalist for NHL 15 cover

On Monday, EA Sports revealed their trailer for NHL 15, which is slated for a Fall 2014 release on the Playstation 4 and XBOX One. It will be the first release of the series on the next-generation platforms since they were launched in the fall of 2013.

Here is the teaser trailer of the game, which includes Doc Emerick and Eddie Olczyk, one of many changes in the game for the upcoming release.

In addition to the commentary team of Emerick and Olczyk, the game will also include an NBC Sports gameday presentation, realistic crowd atmosphere and authentic arenas, authentic player equpiment and models, unprecedented player likeness, real puck physics, 12-player collisions, a superstar skill stick and enhanced vision AI. Click here for a more in-depth look at the games features.

This year’s cover vote was also announced and Patrice Bergeron is one of eight potential candidates. The Selke finalist will face former Norris Trophy winner and Sens defenseman Erik Karlsson in the quarterfinals, which start today and end on May 18th.

Joining Bergeron and Karlsson are Canadiens defenseman PK Subban, Maple Leafs forward Phil Kessel, Blues forward and Team USA stud TJ Oshie, Avalanche forward Matt Duchene, Sharks center Logan Couture and Kings defenseman Drew Doughty.

Fans can vote online by going to covervote.nhl.com and on social media using hashtags on Twitter and Instagram (ex #NHL15Bergeron). The winner of the cover vote will be announced on June 24th at the NHL Awards ceremony in Las Vegas.

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