No, a husky is not a wolf. Although their thick double coat and colors make huskies similar in appearance to wolves, a husky is a fully domesticated dog and not related to a wolf any more than any other breed of dog.
The biggest difference between a husky and a wolf is their temperaments. A husky is most likely to run excitedly to even a stranger for affection, while wolves shy away from humans out of distrust.
Huskies are very playful with their owners, children, and even other types of pets. Wolves are only really friendly with their own pack and not strange animals or people.
There is also a size difference between huskies and wolves. Huskies have evolved over time due to domestication, making them smaller compared to wolves. A husky’s paw, teeth, head size, and height are all smaller compared to a wolf’s.