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Suter, Parise Rated Highly In New Video Game

by Evan Sporer / Minnesota Wild

Defenseman Ryan Suter and forward Zach Parise have each scored highly in the latest player ratings for NHL 16 the video game by EA Sports. 

Suter was tied for the second-highest ranked defenseman in the game (93) behind Nashville's Shea Weber (94). 

In the 2014-15 season, no skater averaged more ice time per game than Suter's 29:03. He was second in the NHL in total ice time, logging 2,237:35.

Over the past three seasons, Suter leads all skaters in the League with a combined 5,958:54. Doughty, the next closest skater, has played 5,650:11.

Parise was tied for the third-highest left wing in the game (90), with the Washington Capitals' Alex Ovechkin (93) receiving the highest grade. 

Since 2006, Parise has scored at least 25 goals in seven seasons, second in the League behind Ovechkin over that span for any left wing.

Suter's rating increased one point from last year's game, while Parise's rating remained the same.

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