Coming off a year he'd like to forget, Panthers forward Jonathan Huberdeau is ready to take his game to the next level.
The league's Calder Trophy winner in 2013 after tallying 31 points in 48 games, Huberdeau followed up his award-winning rookie campaign with just nine goals and 28 points in 69 games last season.
"It's a learning process," said Huberdeau, the...
SUNRISE, Fla. — Gerard Gallant and Jonathan Huberdeau had a wildly successful coach-player relationship at the top level of junior hockey.
The Florida Panthers hope they will again in the NHL.
Gallant was hired Saturday to coach the Panthers, a move that reunites him with Huberdeau, a young forward who is considered one of the franchise’s biggest keys to rebuilding. Gallant replaces...
After a season short on good tidings, the Florida Panthers got a bit of good news Saturday, when center Jonathan Huberdeau was awarded Calder Memorial Trophy, given to the NHL's top rookie.
Huberdeau, a rookie from Saint-Jerome, Quebec, Canada, was second on the Panthers with 14 goals and 31 points in the lockout-shortened 48-game regular season.
He is the first Florida player...
SUNRISE, Fla. When you are 9 years old and want the face of the Florida Panthers to sign your jersey, who do you turn to?
The face on the television screen.
That's exactly what one of the children in Steve Goldstein's neighborhood did. The Panthers broadcaster recently discovered a small package on his doorstep. Inside the plastic bag was a full-page letter with kind words...
Jonathan Huberdeau has been a bright spot in an otherwise disappointing season for the Florida Panthers thus far.
The rookie out of Saint-Jerome, Quebec, leads the team in both goals and points through 18 games, and earned a spot on highlight reels around the country with his nifty penalty-shot goal against Philadelphia’s Ilya Bryzgalov on Thursday. The third overall pick in 2011...
(Eds: With AP Photos.) By TIM REYNOLDS AP Sports Writer Alex Kovalev's first NHL appearance came before Jonathan Huberdeau was born. For that matter, it even predates the first game in Florida Panthers' history.
He's a tad experienced, to put it mildly.
At 39, with his name already etched on the Stanley Cup and with 429 goals - and counting - to his credit, there isn...
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January 20, 2013