Jack Hughes and Ryan St. Louis will represent the New England region on the 2019-20 USA Hockey NTDP U-17 team, it was officially announced Friday.Hughes, a Westwood, Mass., native, played the past two seasons for St. Sebastian's and Boston Jr. Eagles. The Northeastern commit had 15 goals and 10 assists in 29 games with the Arrows this winter. He played left wing for St. Sebastian's, but he has the ability to slide into the middle and play center. Hughes has terrific puck skills and is slick.Hughes is the younger brother of Riley Hughes, an '00 playing for the Victoria Grizzlies in the BCHL. Riley, slated to begin playing for Northeastern in the fall, was a seventh round pick of the New York Rangers in the 2018 NHL Draft.St. Louis, a sophomore center for Brunswick, had 14 goals and 21 assists in 28 prep school games. The Riverside, Conn., native played split-season for Mid-Fairfield 16U. Also committed to Northeastern, St. Louis is an incredibly smart player who sees the ice well. While he's on the smaller side, he's gritty and not afraid to go into the dirty areas.
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