Jonathan Huberdeau RUMORS & NEWS

  • Panthers' Rowe: Huberdeau 'a lot better than I thought he was'

    Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "Ottawa Senators defenseman Erik Karlsson said recently that Florida Panthers forward Jonathan Huberdeau would have to get used to the, "new normal," and that, he would "never be the same again," after sustaining a torn Achilles' tendon as the two-time Norris Trophy winner did during the 2012-13..." February 14

  • Panthers will get ‘cornerstone players’ Barkov and Huberdeau back tonight

    Pro Hockey Talk "The Florida Panthers will be getting a huge boost ahead of tonight’s game against the Anaheim Ducks. On Friday morning, the team announced that forwards Aleksander Barkov and Jonathan Huberdeau have been cleared to return to the lineup. Barkov’s missed the last 15 games with an upper-body..." February 03

  • Panthers top forwards could miss rest of season

    NHL.com "Jonathan Huberdeau and Aleksander Barkov are recovering from injuries but Florida Panthers coach Tom Rowe said Thursday there's a possibility that one or both might not return this season. Huberdeau has yet to play this season because of an Achilles injury sustained Oct. 8, in the Panthers'..." January 19

  • Panthers' Huberdeau out 3-4 months

    TSN "The Florida Panthers will be forced to open their regular season without promising forward Jonathan Huberdeau. The Panthers confirmed to Harvey Fialkov of the Florida Sun Sentinel the 23-year-old to be out three-to-four months with a lower-body injury." October 09

  • Panthers’ Huberdeau leaves game after taking skate to leg

    Sportsnet "Florida Panthers forward Jonathan Huberdeau left Saturday’s pre-season game against the New Jersey Devils after an errant skate came down on his leg. Huberdeau got tied up with Devils forward Sergey Kalinin behind the New Jersey net. Kalinin’s skate landed on the back of Huberdeau’s ankle and..." October 09

  • Panthers sign Jonathan Huberdeau to 6-year, $35.4M extension

    Sportsnet "The Florida Panthers extended Jonathan Huberdeau Tuesday to a six-year, $35.4-million contract. The AAV is $5.9 million. Huberdeau, 23, has one year remaining on his previous deal worth $3.25 million. According to General Fanager, the Panthers have over $60 million committed to their roster..." September 07