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Goals
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Assists
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Plus-Minus Goals Scored For or Against Total
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Shots On Goal
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Fantasy Points
Feb 22, 2024 0 0 -2 0 -1.5
Feb 20, 2024 0 0 -2 2 -2
Feb 17, 2024 0 0 1 2 1
Feb 15, 2024 0 0 -1 4 -0.5
Feb 13, 2024 0 1 1 4 4

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Fantasy Points
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Fantasy Points per Game
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Goals
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Assists
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Points
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Time On Ice
2023 95.511.9 8 19 27 -14 21:12
2022 88 1 1 2 16:14
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  • Devils' Luke Hughes: Pockets helper in win

    Hughes notched an assist and four shots on goal in Tuesday's 4-2 win over the Predators. Hughes dropped the puck off to his older brother Jack Hughes, who went end to end for the Devils' first goal. The younger Hughes entered Tuesday on a five-game slump before earning the helper. The 20-year-old defenseman has eight goals, 19 helpers, 76 shots on net, 32 blocked shots and a minus-10 rating through 52 outings overall in his rookie year.
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  • Devils' Luke Hughes: Keeps point streak alive

    Hughes provided a power-play assist in Wednesday's 6-3 win over the Capitals. Hughes stretched his point streak to four games with a man-advantage helper that led to the second goal of the night for captain Nico Hischier. The Devils boast the league's best power-play percentage, converting 30.3 percent of their opportunities, and Hughes is a big reason why they've been so successful. Hughes has seven goals and 15 assists, including 11 points on the power play, through 36 games this season.
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  • Devils' Luke Hughes: Making mark in team record book

    Hughes scored a goal in a 5-2 loss to the Bruins on Saturday. Hughes is the second rookie defenseman in Devils history to score in three straight games, joining Barry Beck in 1977-78. He has five points (three goals, two assists) in those three games. Hughes leads all rookie defenders with 21 points (seven goals, 14 assists), and he sits fourth overall in scoring among first-year players behind Connor Bedard (32 points), Adam Fantilli (23) and Marco Rossi (22). Perhaps more impressively, Hughes is averaging almost 19:59 of ice time through 35 games. He's making a big impact at just 20 years of age.
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  • Devils' Luke Hughes: Has three-point game

    Hughes collected a goal and two assists in a 6-2 victory over Ottawa on Friday. Hughes' older brother, Jack Hughes, also recorded a tally and two helpers, which makes it the first time a pair of siblings have each contributed at least three points for the same team in a single game since Henrik Sedin and Daniel Sedin last accomplished that feat Dec. 15, 2017, per the NHL. It's also the first time the 20-year-old Hughes recorded at least three points in an outing, though it is the fifth multi-point contest of his rookie campaign. His offensive production did stall with a seven-game scoring drought from Dec. 10-23, but he's supplied two goals and two assists over his last two contests and is up to six markers and 20 points in 34 appearances this year.
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  • Devils' Luke Hughes: Deposits power-play goal

    Hughes scored a power-play goal in Tuesday's 6-5 win over the Canucks. Hughes' tally, set up by his older brother Jack Hughes, gave the Devils a 5-2 lead in the second period. Over the last five games, the 20-year-old Hughes has three goals and two assists, with three of those five points coming on the power play. It appears he has the edge for power-play time while Dougie Hamilton (pectoral) is out, but Simon Nemec has already seen substantial defensive assignments in his first two contests. Hughes is up to 15 points (eight on the power play), 36 shots on net, 12 blocked shots and a minus-3 rating through 23 appearances this season.
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  • Devils' Luke Hughes: Collects assist in loss

    Hughes notched an assist and two blocked shots in Tuesday's 6-3 loss to the Jets. Hughes earned a helper on John Marino's second-period tally. The assist snapped four-game point drought. The 20-year-old blueliner has been a little streaky to begin his first full campaign. He's managed eight points, 24 shots on net, seven blocked shots and a minus-3 rating over 14 appearances.
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  • Devils' Luke Hughes: Bags power-play goal in victory

    Hughes scored a power-play goal in Friday's 5-4 overtime win against the Islanders. Hughes had a familiar face assisting on his goal, as brother Jack Hughes had the primary apple. Luke's only shot on goal resulted in the goal, while he added two blocked shots in his 17:41 of ice time across 26 shifts. He has six career NHL games under his belt, with two goals and three points. He'll look to keep things going Tuesday in Montreal.
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  • Devils' Luke Hughes: Two helpers in playoff debut

    Hughes recorded a pair of assists in 14:28 of ice time in Sunday's 8-4 win over the Hurricanes. Hughes, making his postseason debut for the Devils with Ryan Graves (upper body) sidelined, recorded a helper on Damon Severson's goal in the second period before adding a second assist on Ondrej Palat's power-play tally in the third. It was a strong debut for the 19-year-old Hughes, the fourth-overall pick in the 2021 draft. If Graves is forced to miss additional time, Hughes could provide an offensive boost on New Jersey's blue line, though he's also likely to see somewhat sheltered minutes given his lack of experience.
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  • Devils' Luke Hughes: Playing Sunday

    Hughes will make his NHL playoff debut in Game 3 on Sunday versus Carolina, Amanda Stein of the Devils' official site reports. Hughes will replace the injured Ryan Graves, who suffered an upper-body injury Friday in Game 2. Hughes had a goal and an assist in two regular-season games after he completed his sophomore season with the University of Michigan. The fourth-overall pick in 2021, Hughes will see action on the second power play.
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  • Devils' Luke Hughes: OT winner for first NHL goal

    Hughes logged an assist and scored the winning goal in Thursday's 5-4 overtime victory over the Capitals. Hughes picked up his first NHL point with an assist on Eric Haula's goal late in the first period. He'd later pot his first NHL goal, weaving through Washington's defense before grabbing his own rebound and depositing a wraparound to score the overtime winner 4:33 into the extra frame. It's an encouraging way to end the regular season for the 19-year-old blueliner, who logged 21:13 of ice time in his second NHL contest. It'll be interesting to see if the Devils elect to dress Hughes when they open the postseason against the Rangers on Tuesday.
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