Hughes (undisclosed) will be a game-time decision on Wednesday.
Hughes missed Tuesday's practice and Wednesday's morning skate but head coach Travis Green still thinks there's a chance that he plays tonight vs. the Coyotes. Hughes is officially a game-time decision, so monitor his status as they hit the ice for warmups at 10:00 PM ET.
Source: @Canucks 03/4/20, 2:27 pm EST
Hughes (lower-body) returns to the Canucks lineup on Tuesday.
Hughes missed Saturday's game in San Jose but will play tonight vs. the Blues. Hughes has heated up as of late, picking up six assists in his last six games. Ashton Sautner will come out of the lineup to make room for Hughes.
Source: Dan Murphy 11/5/19, 2:27 pm EST
Hughes is day-to-day with a bruised knee.
Hughes left Friday's game with a lower-body injury and has officially been ruled out of Saturday's game in San Jose. Ashton Sautner will replace him in the lineup for at least one game.
Source: Dan Murphy 11/2/19, 8:14 pm EST
Hughes (lower-body) is questionable to play on Saturday.
Hughes was forced to leave Friday's game with a lower-body injury that he suffered in an awkward-looking open ice fall. We likely won't get an update on Hughes' status until closer to game-time but the Canucks recalled Oscar Fantenberg from Utica (AHL), which suggests that Hughes will miss at least one game.
Source: Dan Murphy 11/2/19, 1:38 pm EST
The Canucks have signed Quinn Hughes to a three-year, entry-level contract.
The Canucks select Quinn Hughes with the No.7 overall pick.
Hughes was the youngest player in NCAA Division-I in 2018 and the freshman played exceptionally well, finishing third in Michigan Wolverines scoring with 29 points (5G / 24A) in 37 games. Hughes also picked up three assists in seven games while representing the United States at the World Juniors. Hughes is considered one of the best skaters in this draft class and brings with him a great first-pass and offensive game despite his somewhat diminutive stature—5-foot-10, 178 lbs