Quinn Hughes Stats
- Height / Weight
- 70 / 180 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 10/14/1999 (23)
Quinn Hughes Last 10 Games
Quinn Hughes News
Vancouver Cancuks defenseman Quinn Hughes led all skaters with three points in Thursday's high-scoring 5-4 loss to Tampa Bay. He scored his third goal of the season and picked up two assists, one on the power play. Hughes went completely goalless until Dec. 27 but has now picked up his form in front of the net and even boasts goals in back-to-back games. His second assist marked his 200th career point and Hughes became the third-fastest active defenseman to hit the milestone behind only Cale Makar (195 GP) and Adam Fox (241 GP). The 23-year-old is one of the best offensive defensemen in the league, with 36 points earned in 37 games, but Hughes has also made an impact defensively by tallying 36 blocks this season.
Vancouver Canucks defenseman Quinn Hughes recorded his 32nd multi-assist game in Friday's 4-1 win over Los Angeles. There are only four blue-liners in franchise history with more such efforts, with Dennis Kearns (53) holding the all-time record. Hughes helped Brock Boeser to get a power-play goal and tallied an even-strength helper on an Elias Pettersson strike. The star rearguard has yet to score himself this season but does already boast 16 assists in 14 games. Among defensemen, only San Jose's Erik Karlsson (17) has managed more. Hughes is having a very prolific season and has been held off the score sheet just two times.
Vancouver Canucks defenseman Quinn Hughes tallied an assist in Sunday's defeat against Boston to extend his point streak. He is officially on a seven-game tear after missing some time because of an injury. If we also count his run before the injury hit, Hughes has managed at least one point in 10 consecutive appearances. His form has been so good that Hughes has actually finished without a point just once in 12 games this season. He's yet to score with 22 shots but has 14 assists to his name. Half of them, including his helper against Boston, have come with the man advantage.
Vancouver Canucks defenseman Quinn Hughes (lower body) was back in practice Sunday, which is a big step towards returning to action. He has missed four games after picking up a lower-body injury. The team has struggled badly at the start of the season, but Hughes enjoyed fine form before getting hurt, averaging a point per game through five outings and posting a plus-one rating. He skated with Luke Schenn in practice, and it looks like the Canucks could get their top defensive pairing back together for Tuesday's home game versus New Jersey. Fellow blue-liner Riley Stillman (undisclosed) also returned to practice Sunday, while Oliver Ekman-Larsson sat out the session.