Northeastern's Jack Hughes is charting his own path to the NHL Draft
Jack Hughes is a name that most hockey fans are familiar with, but we're not talking about that Jack Hughes, the No. 1 overall pick in 2019 and the New Jersey Devils franchise centre, in this article.
We're heading to Northeastern, where another Jack Hughes is earning plaudits all his own as a potential first-round pick in the 2022 NHL Entry Draft. Hughes, a true freshman, just turned 18, but that hasn't stopped him from playing quality hockey at a top program in his draft year. It's no small feat.
Hughes grew up in Westwood, Massachusetts, in a hockey family. His father, Kent Hughes is a hockey agent. He has two brothers, Riley and Morgan, the former of which is his teammate and an assistant captain at Northeastern, and a New York Rangers seventh-round pick back in 2018. His uncle Ryan Hugh
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