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Top Jonathan Huberdeau News

  • Flames' Jonathan Huberdeau: Inks max-length extension

    Huberdeau signed an eight-year, $84 million extension with the Flames on Thursday.

    Huberdeau was traded from the Panthers to the Flames in the Matthew Tkachuk deal July 22, and now both cornerstones of the trade are under contract long-term with their new teams. Huberdeau's deal takes him through the 2030-31 season at an eight-figure cap hit, at which point he'll be nearly 38 years old. The winger is expected to be a top-line fixture for the Flames for well over half of that term, and he can be targeted confidently in the first two rounds of most fantasy drafts this fall. He's coming off of a career-best 30-goal, 115-point season.

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  • Flames' Jonathan Huberdeau: Sent to Calgary

    Florida traded Huberdeau, MacKenzie Weegar, Cole Schwindt and a first-round pick for Matthew Tkachuk and a fourth-round pick Friday.

    Huberdeau being traded after a 30-goal, 115-point performance with the President's Trophy-winning Panthers could be the most shocking move of the offseason. The 29-year-old was a top-line staple with Florida and had posted four consecutive seasons with at least a point per game. He'll have a top-line spot next to Elias Lindholm waiting for him in Calgary to begin the 2022-23 campaign while also skating with the top power-play unit. Huberdeau has one year left on his $5.9 million AAV contract and he'll surely be looking for a sizable raise on his next deal.

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  • Panthers' Jonathan Huberdeau: Gets goal but team needs more

    Huberdeau scored a goal in Saturday's 6-1 Game 3 loss to Washington.

    Huberdeau gave his team a 1-0 lead at 2:45 of the first period, beating Ilya Samsonov far side with a wrist shot off the rush. The potential Hart nominee has struggled to translate his scoring excellence in the regular season to the playoffs, as Huberdeau has just two points (one goal, one assist) in three games. Huberdeau needs to do more with his team down 2-1 in the series.

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  • Panthers' Jonathan Huberdeau: Should play in Game 1

    Huberdeau (rest) is expected to be in the lineup for Tuesday's Game 1 versus the Capitals, Colin Stephenson of Newsday reports.

    Huberdeau should return to a first-line role and a spot on the top power-play unit Tuesday. The 28-year-old winger racked up an eye-popping 30 goals and 115 points through 80 contests during the regular season.

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  • Panthers' Jonathan Huberdeau: Sitting Thursday

    Huberdeau (rest) will not dress for Thursday's tilt with the Senators.

    Huberdeau has already racked up 115 points this season, blowing past his previous career best of 92 set during the 2018-19 campaign. It's currently unknown if the 28-year-old winger will dress for Friday's season finale in Montreal or if he'll continue to rest ahead of the postseason.

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  • Panthers' Jonathan Huberdeau: Back in tie for NHL scoring lead

    Huberdeau picked up two power-play assists in Thursday's 5-2 win over Detroit.

    The points moved him back into a tie with Connor McDavid for the NHL scoring lead with 113 points. Huberdeau has 30 goals and a league-leading 83 assists, which are nine more than Artemi Panarin, his nearest playmaking competition. And his 30 goals tie his career best set in 2018-19. Huberdeau is an elite fantasy option on one of the most powerful offensive teams in the NHL.

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  • Panthers' Jonathan Huberdeau: Moves into scoring lead

    Huberdeau collected three assists, one on the power play, in Tuesday's 3-2 overtime win over the Islanders.

    He set up Aleksander Barkov for all three Florida tallies, with the last being an outstanding touch pass from just inside the blue line that Barkov was able to tap home at the far post without breaking stride. With the performance, Huberdeau moved ahead of Connor McDavid for the NHL scoring lead, and the 28-year-old now has a career-high 111 points including 27 (11 goals, 16 helpers) over the last 15 games. His next goal will also give Huberdeau a personal best in that category with 31.

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  • Panthers' Jonathan Huberdeau: Two goals, one assist in win

    Huberdeau scored twice on five shots, added an assist and went plus-3 in Friday's 6-1 win over the Jets.

    Huberdeau tallied the Panthers' first two goals, which was ultimately all they needed. He also set up Gustav Forsling's second goal of the contest. This was Huberdeau's 12th appearance with three or more points this season. The superstar winger is up to 30 goals -- matching his career high -- with 78 assists, 212 shots on net, a plus-37 rating and 93 hits through 74 outings.

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  • Panthers' Jonathan Huberdeau: Five-point night powers comeback

    Huberdeau recorded two goals and three assists in Tuesday's 7-6 overtime win over the Maple Leafs. One goal and one assist came on the power play.

    Huberdeau was instrumental in Florida's comeback from a 5-1 deficit, and his fifth point of the night was the biggest one, as the star winger potted the overtime game-winner on his seventh shot. His third five-point night of the campaign raised Huberdeau's season point total to 102. In addition to topping the 100-point mark for the first time in his career, Huberdeau has leapfrogged Leon Draisaitl for second in the league in points, though Draisaitl will have a chance to pass him back later Tuesday night.

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  • Panthers' Jonathan Huberdeau: Sets new franchise record

    Huberdeau scored a goal to extend his point streak to eight games in Sunday's 5-3 win over the Sabres.

    While the streak itself is impressive, as Huberdeau has rung up five goals and 13 points during those eight games, it's his overall performance this season that's put him in the Panthers record books. The 28-year-old is up to 97 points, establishing a new franchise record as well as a personal career high, and with plenty of time left on the calendar, Huberdeau appears to be a lock for Florida's first ever 100-point campaign.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-1, 202 lbs
Birthplace: Saint-Jerome, PQ
Age: 29
Experience: 10
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