Team: Quinn Hughes
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Fantasy Summary

An exceptional skater who creates offensive out of nowhere. Star Status: Attained.


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March 2020 – This kid is too cool for school. Give him the Calder this year. Watch him push for the Norris on a regular basis. The Canucks grabbed a superstar. Cam Robinson

December 2019 – Hughes is making his bid for the Calder Memorial Trophy as the league’s top rookie. His 24 points in 31 contests trail only Cale Makar for first-year players. His 14 points on the man-advantage sit tied for third amongst all defenders. He’s been the straw that’s stirred the drink for the league’s second-most deadly power-play unit. He’s already a star and we’re just scratching the surface. I sure hope you own him in your keeper leagues. Cam Robinson

October 2019 – Hughes has stepped into the NHL as a full-time member of the Canucks to begin the 2019-20 campaign and has been showcasing his explosive skill set. Through the first two contests, the 19-year-old has seen over 22 minutes of ice per night – with nearly four minutes of that coming on the power play. The issue has been, it’s been coming from the second unit rather than the first. Hughes’ ability to generate time and space for his mates, and creat high-danger scoring chances scream top power-play deployment. Something we are hoping to see sooner rather than later. Vancouver going 0-10 to begin the season should hopefully expedite the process.  Cam Robinson

April 2019 – For the second straight spring, Hughes will represent his country at the World Championships. Last year, Hughes began as the team’s seventh defender and worked his way into the top-four by the end of the event. It is expected that he’ll immediately see offensive minutes and be a lig