They've built their NHL Collision Physics from FIFA's Player Impact Engine and Fight Night's Enforcer Engine. Fans will get to "feel the speed, skill and aggression" of pucks and teeth flying.
Apparently there are now on and off-ice moments in the new Be a Pro Career Mode, which examines what players do away from the rink.
"We're very proud of the history of innovation that the EA Sports NHL franchise has produced on this console generation, and this year we're amplifying that innovation by leveraging technology from teams like FIFA and Fight Night," said EA Sports' Dean Richards.
"This year fans will feel the speed, skill and aggression of NHL hockey like never before, powered by some of the best EA Sports technology to create the best game we could ever imagine."
NHL 14 releases on Xbox 360 and PS3 September 10th in the US, 13th in EU.