Subban/Weber, Hall/Larsson Trades Rock ‘ NHL 16’

It’s not even July 1 yet and the NHL has been rocked by two trades that drastically alter all four teams involved. The Montreal and Nashville swap of PK Subban and Shea Weber changes the chemistry on both teams entirely, giving Nashville more youth and providing Montreal with a leader it hasn’t had in years. The New Jersey Devils one for one pickup of Taylor Hall gives them their most dynamic scorer since Ilya Kovalchuk and allows Edmonton to shed salary and get much-needed blue line help.

Here’s a first look at these stars in their new digs and how they’ll impact their new teams in “NHL 16.”

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