Quinn Hughes - Rookie Season Milestones

Quinn Hughes rewrote #Canucks and #NHL history books during the 2019-20 season and in doing so became the third consecutive Vancouver player nominated for the NHL's Calder Memorial Trophy as Rookie of the Year. The 20-year-old defenceman led all rookies in assists and points during the regular season, before leading in assists and finishing second in points in the playoffs. Hughes' Calder nomination is the fourth in franchise history alongside Elias Pettersson (won 2018-19), Brock Boeser 2017-18 and Pavel Bure (won 1991-92).

If you want to keep up to date with all the latest news, highlights, features, and All-Access Canucks content be sure to subscribe to one or all of our social feeds, which you can find below. #Canucks

Subscribe to the official Canucks YouTube channel here: http://www.youtube.com/Canucks

You can also follow us on Twitter (@Canucks): http://twitter.com/canucks

Check out our Facebook page: http://facebook.com/canucks

View photos and video on Instagram: http://instagram.com/Canucks

Each channel is fairly unique so if you want to see everything the Canucks have you’ll definitely want to check out each channel.

Share this post

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on email
Thank you for being here – We would like to ask for your help. Sports Talk Line’s independent sports journalism is a unique offering in the world of sports. As we bring you independent sports content WE MADE A CHOICE and unlike many sports news organizations, we have chosen a methodology to operate that allows every reader access to this much needed independent reporting. We are sports fans ourselves, not suits on 5th avenue. Every contribution, large or small, directly supports independent sports journalism. Your support is what allows our incredible group of freelance writers to continue to hone their craft and bring you accurate sports news. But there is always a new month. We have to continue to receive support from our readers in order to keep this alive. Help us make independent sports journalism an ongoing reality. Click here to Support Sports Talk Line for as little as $1 – only a moment of your time to help keep independent sports journalism alive  – Thank you.