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Jack Hughes: Performance| Highlights| Claps
Jack Hughes (born May 14, 2001) is an American professional ice hockey center and alternate captain for the New Jersey Devils of the National Hockey League (NHL). A product of the US National Development Team, Hughes was drafted first overall by the Devils in the 2019 NHL Entry Draft, a draft in which he was widely regarded as the top prospect.
|Born||May 14, 2001
Orlando, Florida, U.S.
|Height||5 ft 11 in (180 cm)|
|Weight||176 lb (80 kg; 12 st 8 lb)|
|NHL team||New Jersey Devils|
|National team||United States|
|NHL Draft||1st overall, 2019
New Jersey Devils
Hughes finished with the primary assist on Jesper Bratt’s insurance goal in the third period, and Hughes was clearly the top player in the win. He missed out on his first career hat trick when his empty net shot went wide. Still, it was the best game of the year for Hughes. He is a player who has been criticized by some for not doing enough despite averaging over a point per game. This game was a good reminder of what he was capable of.
Hughes is still trying to find the right classmates. He started the game with Bratt and Yegor Sharangovich as his classmates. He finished with Mercer and Eric Houla. It will help when he gets the same linemates every night, but for now, he’ll do what he does with Lindy Ruff.
Of course, they would love to have New Jersey Devils All-Star Jack Hughes on their team. In that 2019 NHL Draft, Chicago had the third pick and took Kirby Dacht. It was a mistake but as long as they keep developing DAC they can get something out of it.
Another Jack Hughes in this draft trying to make his way into the NHL. He is not related to the Hughes of New Jersey, who has one brother (Quinn Hughes) on the Vancouver Canucks and another (Luke Hughes) playing for the University of Michigan in the Devils organization.
Hughes, 42, showed off her C-section scar as she posed in a string bikini for a body-positive spread featured in the 2022 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue.
The model told Fox News it was ‘healing’ to show off the scar above her pelvic bone in the prestigious magazine, saying it was her ‘biggest insecurity’
Hughes said the response was mostly positive, although she received some ‘general’ negative comments on Instagram after a picture from the shoot went viral
Mother of one brushes off criticism, says ‘there will always be people who want to dim your light’
He said there is no need for anyone to comment negatively on another person’s Instagram page
Hughes, who had a difficult C-section recovery after giving birth in 2018, shared that she looks back at her scar now and is ‘proud of what [she] went through’
Sports Illustrated swimsuit model Kelly Hughes opened up about how she handled negative comments after becoming the first woman to show her C-section scar in the prestigious magazine, saying it was ‘healing’ to show her ‘biggest insecurity’ .
The 42-year-old mom revealed her scar above her pelvic bone as she posed in a string bikini for the body-positive 2022 SI swimsuit spread, which was created in collaboration with pregnancy and postpartum brand Frida Mom.