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Talking about politics is not something that many athletes want to do, so he felt noticeable Tuesday when Quinn Hughes does not shy away from questions about the state of Affairs in his country.
The Vancouver Canucks’ super-rookie was back in Canada for two days, and lives, like most of his friends from out of town, in hotel J. W. Marriott Del Vancouver after isolation instructions are spelled out for players coming from abroad.
(Hughes and several comrades were still allowed to skate at Rogers Arena on Tuesday, following the rules of social distancing.)
He stayed with the NHL season went into a break on March 12. He lived the last three and a half months with a family in the suburbs of Canton, Mich.between Ann arbor, home of University of Michigan and Detroit.
To be home meant the news was front and center for many days.
Si-EN-EN on TV so many times, he told a collection of reporters about the team, organized by zoom video. He saw a lot of stories about the lives of blacks are important protests, and COVID-19 pandemic. To stay healthy and avoid infection, the family stayed at home most of the time.
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