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Kent Hughes’ son to play with Lane Hutson
Jack Hughes, son of CH general manager Kent, had an eventful last year. After seeing his dream of being drafted into the NHL come true (he was a 2nd-round pick of the Los Angeles Kings), he completed his second season at Northeastern. Today, Boston University announced his transfer to the Terriers.

If this team rings a bell, it’s because it’s home to CH top prospect Lane Hutson.

And he’ll be there for at least the next season. That means they’ll be teammates. Hughes, a left-handed forward, scored 16 points, including 5 goals, in 32 games last season, after recording the same point total in 2021-2022, but in 7 more games.

The Terriers will be one to watch, having come close to winning the national championship. They lost to Minnesota in the semi-finals of the Frozen Four.

As for Hutson, he’s in the Showcase for the World Junior Championship and he doesn’t disappoint. He scored a superb goal and will be one to watch at the next tournament in Gothenburg, Sweden. He will certainly be a pillar of BU’s defense.

What I find interesting about Hutson is that he manages to surprise wherever he plays. He adapts very well to different opponents and makes his own way. This character will serve him well in the NHL when the clients get bigger.

Nevertheless, his skating ability will get him out of trouble on more than one occasion.

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