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My Hut Story
I've been playing NHL since 2001 and HUT since 2015. I've been a long time member of this community but always as a lurker. I post on social media platforms about once a year so I don't really do these kinds of things . I thought it was finally time to share some thoughts I have on the game.
Before the pandemic I was a full time professional musician in NYC. The pandemic has really decimated my industry and I went from playing/recording/teaching 7 days a week to having lots of free time on my hands.
The silver lining is I finally got the time to go back to my first love, hockey. Though I've always been a serious HUT player, usually 500 games played each year, top 300 to 500 in champs, this year I've really been able to put some time in. I've been able to put in about 50 games a week, all online play, and also put a lot of time into watching the top players stream on twitch to improve my own game. Here are some of my thoughts on the NHL series.
We all know the shtick of EA games. Copy and paste from year to year while sometimes the meta changes between games and new features get added that don't seem to effect the gameplay at all. At the beginning of this year the meta felt pretty good to me. It seemed that speed and skill were going to triumph rather than years past where the AI would do a lot of the work. The Guy LaFleur's and Conner McDavid's felt fast, and the big hulking defenders seemed out of place. It felt like having good players actually mattered. It was worth it to grind for rewards to build icons and I was enjoying it.
Now today, on November the 14th of 2020, and one patch later, I don't share these same sentiments. Guy LaFleur doesn't skate like he has 99 speed. Joe Sakic doesn't shoot like he has 94 wsa. The AI does not make practical breakouts and my above 90 stick checking defenseman frankly have a hard time stick checking.
Any person would think after a confounding loss that something needs to be improved upon and proceed to find the solution. Whether that be that my own skill needs to improve, different players or synergy's need swapped out, or strategies need rethought. For myself, I've always believed that my own skills are most likely the cause for defeat and that is the first thing I address. I've always known that a great player with a team of base cards can beat a good player with a team of icons.
Musicians use a practice called transcribing to improve. Transcribing is when you learn another musicians music note for note and try to replicate everything that that person did so that you can begin to understand what makes that musician great. This is something that I've always done in hut and in real life hockey as well and this is a great tool for those of you who wish to get better at the game. Watch the best players on twitch and try to breakout like they do, try to cycle like they do, try to adapt the same creativity that they use you'll find yourself a better player in the end.
I will say this though. I've been playing hockey since I was four and trying to adapt my game to things that could never happen in real life has been hard for me to do. Most notably how the top players will make breakout passes with players who have the puck basically behind their body. My brain immediately says to me when I see my own player like that, that I have to turn to my forehand or I'll never be able to make that pass. Trying to break those real life hockey mechanics is hard and I believe this game can be hard to get to that elite level for anyone who has played a good amount of hockey in their life.
As for players and synergies, this is where it gets kind of complicated..
There's Something Funky About This Game..
Now I'm not much of a tin foil hat conspiracist but there are just some things about this game that I can't put my finger on. We all know that it's been like this for a long time. Whether you call it "Ice tilt" or something else, sometimes there seems to be a third party involved. In my opinion the biggest evidence of this is when two teams of different card skill get matched up together. Their Hedman can skate down your Lafleur, or their base card team is getting all the bounces and mine's not. Now it doesn't seem like cards or synergies matter because however much you grinded for that 99 speed Lafleur, he's not going to be able to out skate people who have a way relative lower speed than him. The cards never seem to be the cards. They seem to be the cards plus or minus whoever you're playing.
Over the years I thought, "Okay well I'll just switch to an all base card team then". I wanted to test this out to see if it was the case. Turns out it wasn't. Now it was just my base card team getting out skated and out played by their base card team. I couldn't make sense of it. I tried everything. I lowered the team overall to see if that plays a factor, I changed strategies to see if it would effect my AI. It may have felt different for a game or two but then your back to square one.
To summarize, I can't tell if there is such a thing as "Ice tilt" or "DDA". It just seems too random to say for sure and when you watch the top players, these things don't seem to effect them as much. Sure, you see the odd game where a streamer is complaining they're getting "EA'd" but not like I experience myself. If these mechanics do exist, I'm not really sure I understand why. Any team of great cards can be countered by using the right strategies, same as what happens in the NHL. There's no need to put any kind of 3rd party mechanic in to help a team of all base cards. Let the players skill behind the sticks be the decision in victory.
I could only go so far down this rabbit hole until my frustration wore me out and after starting to see many different reddit post about the effects of your internet connection on this game, I left the debate of "Ice tilt" for greener pastures.
The Effects of your Internet Connection
There have been a lot of insightful reddit posts on different things that you can do to help with your internet connection for this game and really after all these years this is probably the most logical conclusion for those of us who suffer from the trickeries of this game. I eventually wired my connection, switched to a 60 fps monitor, and even tried endlessly opening router ports and switching DNS servers to see if this would help. Turns out it did. The wired connection helped beyond anything else. I think it's common sense now here but if you haven't done this yet, do it.
Now for the fist time, at the beginning of NHL 20 I had a wired connection and all the works that I previously mentioned. It started out great like every NHL title does but slowly crept back to the frustrations of old. That same muddiness that I was now calling "input lag" was here.
Maybe it's because I don't have a ps4 pro. Maybe it's EA's servers. Maybe because I don't have the highest speed internet or a high-end router. Like I said, I'm on a musicians salary. Regardless my patience was spent on this game and I felt defeated by something that after all these years I still could not explain and by Christmas time last year I had uninstalled NHL and quit.
The sad part is, most likely the cause of all our frustrations is something as simple as an internet connection. It's the only logical conclusion I can come to. Even though I never had any problem playing any other game on my current internet connection.
The End of the Story
I didn't plan to buy NHL 21 but boredom is a terrible thing and the new be a pro mode looked cool. Even though I said I would not, I eventually made my way over to HUT and just like story goes, found myself going from feeling good to feeling frustrated with the unexplainable mysteries of EA's NHL game. This time I only lasted till the middle of November.
Maybe I'll come back in a month, a week, a couple of days even, I'm not sure. Maybe when I come back EA's predatory ways will have caught up with them and it will be a much different world. It's disappointing that the only game I really play is this game but Cyberpunk will be here soon!
As you can probably tell by now, I'm someone who likes to figure things out and won't stop till I do but I believe I've done all I can here. Your posts and meaningful discussions on this game have been a help and enjoyment for me for the past five years. I hope this simple HUT players story sparks some good discussion below as well!
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