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As you play through Threes Circuit, you will have the chance to unlock new characters for use in Threes Circuit, either offline or online. While you can win a match on any difficulty level to continue through the game, to unlock a character, you’ll need to play on a specific difficulty setting and earn three stars.
There are several secret celebrations you can see in the game. These secret celebrations can be activated by pressing Triangle/Y with a particular player active. They have their own special names and are based on actual celebrations from the players in question.
While unconfirmed, some fans believe that the audio clip used in the beta when you reached the maximum level was a nod to the Battlefield series. The NHL series and Battlefield series are both published by EA.
The ability to use jersey logos for your EASHL club is a random unlock. You might get it after a few games, or you might need to keep trying for a while. While some unlocks come at set levels, this one appears to be completely random.
In World of CHEL, it will take you to level 32 to unlock all traits, specializations, etc. that affect your gameplay. (Aesthetic unlockables will not necessarily be unlocked by this point.) A fast way to unlock things is to play against the AI in the offline mode. The AI is set to the easiest difficulty setting, so it is very easy to beat them, allowing you to win games quickly and level up fast.
While NHL 19 plays in many ways like previous entries in the franchise, it has also made some changes, tweaks, and improvements to the gameplay formula that are worth keeping in mind.
Vision control is much more important than it was in the past. It lets you line up with the puck if you don’t have it, or skate backwards with it if you do. Practice with vision control to make sure you have a grip on the controls.
Positioning is important. Make sure to position your players well.
Keep an eye on your stamina. If you lose your stamina, your traits and specialties won’t be active. Try to save your energy for when you really need a burst of speed.
Poke-checking has changed significantly in this NHL entry. Aim your poke-check away from the opponent and make sure not to go through the opponent’s legs, or you’ll get a penalty.
You don’t always want to prevent your opponent from making a shot. If your opponent’s shot will rebound, let them make it so you can get a shot on the rebound before your opponent is able to block it.
When switching players, you can use the right analog stick to aim at the player you want to switch to. This lets you quickly switch to any player you want, instead of just the last one you were controlling.
When scouting, make sure to remove your bad scouts and build up a solid group of good scouts, and station at least one scout in every region rather than focusing solely on the areas where you can find a lot of players. Don’t be afraid to move your scouts, either—if a scout has gone through a small pool already, move them to another region.
Be sure to check on available free agents, as well. You can scout potential free agents in the final weeks of the season from the Pending Free Agents options.