Last Game
Thu, Nov 30
  • Wells Fargo Center
Final / OT

Eastern Metropolitan Standings

Team W-L-OTL Pts
16-4-1 33
13-8-1 27
12-6-2 26
9-7-6 24
11-10-2 24
11-9-1 23
11-10-1 23
7-13-4 18

2023 Stats

Plus-Minus Goals Scored For or Against Total
Time On Ice Per Game
Penalty Minutes
Regular Season 19 26 0 20:40 4

Top Jack Hughes News

  • Devils' Jack Hughes: Three-game, seven-point streak

    Hughes had a goal and two assists in a 4-3 overtime win over the Flyers.

    Hughes even set up his younger brother, Luke Hughes, on the winner in overtime. Jack is on a three-game, seven-point streak that includes two goals and five assists. And he has nine points, including six assists, in six games since returning from injury. Hughes is back. And those two assists give him 21 in 16 games. That's the fewest games needed to reach 20 assists in a season in Devils history. The previous mark was 22 games by Scott Gomez (1999-2000), Bruce Driver (1989-90) and Kirk Muller (1987-88).

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  • Devils' Jack Hughes: Three points in win over Isles

    Hughes scored a goal on a game-high nine shots on net and added two assists, one on the power play, in Tuesday's 5-4 win over the Islanders.

    The 22-year-old sparked a third-period comeback for the Devils by snapping a one-timer off the post and past Ilya Sorokin. Hughes has two goals and six points in five games since returning from a shoulder injury, and staying healthy would seem to be the only obstacle between him and the first 100-point campaign of his career -- he has seven goals and 26 points in 15 contests.

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  • Devils' Jack Hughes: Returns with bang

    Hughes (shoulder) had a goal and an assist in a 5-3 loss to the Rangers on Saturday.

    Hughes played like he hadn't missed a shift, let alone five games due to injury. He had 14 shot attempts, eight on goal, in 22:40 of ice time. Prior to his injury, Hughes was on a Hart march, and it will take a bit for him to get back to the top of the NHL scoring list. But he's only five points (22) from the lead (27) right now, and with his talent, it may not take long.

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  • Devils' Jack Hughes: Expected to play

    Hughes (shoulder) took line rushes during warmups and is expected to play Saturday versus the Rangers, Amanda Stein of the Devils' official site reports.

    The Devils have just 12 forwards on the ice for warmups, which is a strong indication Hughes is set to return. The 22-year-old missed five games while dealing with the shoulder injury, and barring a last-minute scratch, he should be able to take on a top-line role with ample power-play time to give the Devils' offense a big boost.

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  • Devils' Jack Hughes: Practicing Friday

    Hughes (shoulder) returned to practice Friday, which could clear the way for him to play against the Rangers on Saturday.

    Hughes has just returned to practice, so it would be a quick turnaround to lace up the skates versus New York. Still, the 22-year-old center returning would be a huge boost for the Devils, with Hughes having racked up five goals and 15 helpers, including 12 power-play points, in 10 games to open the season. If he does play Saturday, Hughes almost certainly would retake his spot on the first line from Michael McLeod.

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  • Devils' Jack Hughes: Game-time decision Saturday

    Per Amanda Stein of the Devils' official site, Hughes (shoulder) will be a game-time decision versus the Rangers on Saturday.

    Hughes returned to practice Friday for the first time since suffering the injury two weeks ago. Hughes was leading the NHL in points with 20 in 10 games before his injury, and he's still tied for 15th place in the early going. Hughes has two goals and 10 assists on the power play -- he's become a top-five forward in the NHL at the tender age of 22.

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  • Devils' Jack Hughes: Not ready to play

    Hughes (shoulder) isn't ready to return Thursday against Pittsburgh, according to Erika Wachter Barnes of the NHL Network.

    Hughes will miss his fifth consecutive game. He was off to a fantastic start before getting hurt, providing five goals and 20 points through 10 contests. Once he's healthy, Hughes will resume his role on the top line and first power-play unit. His next chance to play will be Saturday versus the Rangers.

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  • Devils' Jack Hughes: Won't face Jets

    Hughes (shoulder) won't travel to face Winnipeg on Tuesday but could link up with the club for Thursday's trip to Pittsburgh, Amanda Stein of the Devils' official site reports.

    Hughes will be out of action for his fourth consecutive contest but appears to be trending in the right direction. It's been a strong start to the season for the 22-year-old center, as he has recorded a point in eight of his 10 games this season for a combined five goals and 15 assists, including 12 power-play points.

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  • Devils' Jack Hughes: Dealing with shoulder injury

    Hughes, who is considered week-to-week, is dealing with a right shoulder injury, according to Ryan Novozinsky of the Star-Ledger.

    Hughes was injured early in Friday's 4-1 loss to the Blues. He has amassed 15 assists and 20 points through 10 appearances this season. With Nico Hischier (upper body) also unavailable, New Jersey has been utilizing Dawson Mercer and Michael McLeod as top-six centers.

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  • Devils' Jack Hughes: Missing multiple games

    Hughes (upper body) is back in New Jersey and is week-to-week.

    Hughes took an ugly spill into the boards against St. Louis on Friday and will end up missing multiple games as a result. He reportedly avoided major injury, so this may not be a long-term absence. The budding star was off to an unreal start this year with 20 points in 10 games. With Hughes and Nico Hischier (upper body) out, the team will likely lean more heavily on Dawson Mercer and Michael McLeod.

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  • Devils' Jack Hughes: Injury not as bad as feared

    Hughes is expected to miss Sunday's game versus Chicago, but his upper-body injury isn't as bad as it could have been, according to Elliotte Friedman of Sportsnet.

    Hughes sustained the injury during Friday's 4-1 loss to St. Louis. He's been off to a tremendous start, scoring five goals and 20 points in 10 contests. Hughes is the cornerstone of the Devils' offense, so if his absence proves to be short, then that will be a great relief for New Jersey. While he's unavailable, Michael McLeod, who has averaged 13:32 of ice time this season, might be asked to play a bigger role.

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  • Devils' Jack Hughes: Leaves Friday's game

    Hughes (upper body) will not return to Friday's tilt against the Blues, Amanda Stein of the Devils' official site reports.

    Hughes took a tumble into the boards and saw one more shift in the first period before heading back to the locker room. He logged 3:55 of ice time prior to exiting the game. The star center has five goals and 20 points through 10 appearances this season. New Jersey's next game is Sunday against Chicago.

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  • Devils' Jack Hughes: First to 20 points

    Hughes recorded two assists in a 5-3 win over Minnesota on Thursday.

    Both of Hughes' helpers were registered with the man advantage. He's up to five goals and 20 points in nine outings this season, including 12 power-play points. The 22-year-old is the first player to reach the 20-point milestone in 2023-24 and might continue to compete for the scoring title all year.

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  • Devils' Jack Hughes: Strikes on power play

    Hughes scored a power-play goal on two shots in Friday's 5-4 win over the Sabres.

    This was just the second time all year Hughes has been limited to one point in a contest, and he's working on a seven-game point streak to start the season. He scored at 2:09 of the third period to give the Devils a 4-3 lead. The 22-year-old center has found another gear to his game this season, racking up five goals and 13 helpers through seven contests. He's earned 10 of his points on the power play while adding 30 shots on net and an even plus-minus rating.

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  • Devils' Jack Hughes: Keeps playmaking in loss

    Hughes racked up three assists and four shots on goal in Wednesday's 6-4 loss to the Capitals.

    Hughes assisted on both of Tyler Toffoli's goals as well as a Timo Meier tally in the Devils' four-goal second period. The 22-year-old Hughes has multiple points in five of his six games this season, giving him an NHL-best 17 points (four goals, 13 helpers) through six contests. The star center has added 28 shots on net, a plus-1 rating and four PIM. While he's earned nine power-play points this season, all of his offense Wednesday came at even strength.

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  • Devils' Jack Hughes: Four helpers in Tuesday's win

    Hughes piled up four assists, two on the power play, in Tuesday's 5-2 win over the Canadiens.

    With the score tied 1-1 late in the second period Hughes got to work, setting up Tyler Toffoli for the first goal of his hat trick before Hughes dished three more helpers in the third. The 22-year-old appears ready to break into the upper echelon of the NHL scoring race this season, and Hughes already has four goals and 14 points in his first five games.

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  • Devils' Jack Hughes: One-man wrecking crew in OT win

    Hughes posted two goals and four points in Friday's 5-4 overtime win against the Islanders.

    Hughes bagged a power-play goal early in the third period while adding a pair of assists on the man advantage in regulation. He saved his best for last, though, posting his fourth goal of the season with the game-winning goal in overtime. He also had six shots on goal and a hit in his 24:21 of ice time while logging his third multi-point game through just four outings this season. He and the Devils are back on the ice Tuesday in Montreal.

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  • Devils' Jack Hughes: Grabs three apples in home loss

    Hughes was good for three assists in Friday's 4-3 shootout loss against the Coyotes.

    Hughes also ended up with a plus-1 rating and six shots on goal. Two of his helpers came on the man advantage to give him three power-play points through two games. However, he did struggle in the faceoff circle, going just 5-for-17. The Devils are back at it Monday against the Panthers.

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  • Devils' Jack Hughes: Two goals to start campaign

    Hughes tallied two goals on four shots in Thursday's 4-3 win over the Red Wings.

    Hughes got the Devils on the board with a power-play marker in the second period before adding a second goal later in the frame, putting New Jersey ahead 2-1. The 22-year-old Hughes appears to be picking up where he left off after a breakout 2022-23 season, where he posted 43 goals and 99 points in 78 games. Hughes will center the Devils' top line again this year between Jesper Bratt and newcomer Tyler Toffoli.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 5-11, 175 lbs
Birthplace: Orlando, FL
Age: 22
Experience: 4
Shoots: Left