In a remarkable display of brotherly love, Luke and Jack Hughes shared a special moment after their first NHL game together with the New Jersey Devils. Luke Hughes made his highly anticipated debut while his older brother Jack broke the single-season points record in Devils franchise history.
After the game, Luke Hughes expressed his feelings on seeing his brother Jack achieve such a milestone. “I went up to him after the game and said congrats, and he said congrats to me too. It was pretty cool. I’ll never forget that one. I’m super happy for him, he’s had a hell of a year and he totally deserves it,” Luke said. as reported by Amanda Stein.
Jack Hughes has amassed an impressive 97 points in 77 games played this season, with 43 goals and 54 assists. His standout performance has helped propel the Devils towards a playoff run, as they vie for either first or second place in the Metropolitan Division with just one game left to determine their final standing.
It remains to be seen whether the Devils will choose to utilize Luke Hughes in the playoffs, considering the significant leap from college hockey to the NHL with only two regular-season games under his belt. The younger Hughes spent the past two seasons at the University of Michigan, honing his skills and preparing for his professional debut.
The Hughes brothers’ special moment highlights the unique bond shared between siblings in the world of professional sports. As the Devils gear up for their playoff journey, fans will be watching closely to see if the chemistry between Luke and Jack Hughes translates into further success for the team. Luke and Jack Hughes