News:Jonathan Huberdeau underwent surgery on his hip Tuesday, the Sports Network reports.
Analysis:Jonathan Huberdeau, who finished his first NHL season with 14 goals and 31 points in 48 games, is expected to to make a full recovery in time to be ready for training camp in September, according to GM Dale Tallon.
News:Jonathan Huberdeau set up three goals in Saturday's win over the Lightning. He finished the season with 31 points.
Analysis: He'll wait until the night is over to see if he is overtaken by the Oilers' Nail Yakupov for the rookie scoring lead. Jonathan Huberdeau has elite vision and is already the Panthers' best skater. Keep him accordingly.
News:Jonathan Huberdeau has only one point in his last seven outings and only three points in the month April so far.
Analysis: Over those last seven he's also managed a minus-6. The rookie may be hurting his shot at the Calder with his end of the year slump. He'll look to get back to his old ways Thursday against Toronto.
News:Jonathan Huberdeau assisted in Saturday's loss to Washington. Thanks to the helper, Huberdeau has six points in his last five games.
Analysis: During the five-game stretch, Jonathan Huberdeau has shown a consistency he's previously struggled to achieve all year. The promising rookie will look to continue solid play against Ottawa on Sunday. He's had some trouble with the Sens, registering no points in two contests this season.
News:Jonathan Huberdeau stretched his current point streak to three games and five points with two assists Saturday night against the Devils. He has points in six of his last eight games.
Analysis: He has one goal and four assists on his current streak and eight points (one goal, seven helpers) in his last eight games. He's a worthy activation right now and an excellent keeper. He's already on a 57-point pace in his rookie year.
News:Jonathan Huberdeau scored his fourth goal over the last four games in Friday's overtime loss to Winnipeg.
Analysis:Jonathan Huberdeau has been productive of late as one of the league's elite prospects. He's a budding power forward for the the Panthers and has 12 goals in 25 games while averaging close to three shots per-game. Huberdeau's value is even higher in keeper leagues.
News:Jonathan Huberdeau has seen a steady increase in TOI all season as the injury-ridden Panthers are forced to rely on younger, healthy talent.
Analysis:Jonathan Huberdeau is making a case for the Calder but he's had trouble stringing together consistent point streaks. The young forward tends to score in chunks including four multi-point bouts this season. He'll have a chance to show some consistency Thursday night against the Capitals coming in with three points in his last two games.
News:Jonathan Huberdeau scored two goals Sunday against the Hurricanes, giving him 10 goals on the season.
Analysis:Jonathan Huberdeau had been in the middle of a bit of a rough patch before this game, but this season he's showing why he was the third overall pick in the 2011 NHL Draft.
News:Jonathan Huberdeau had two goals and two assists in Thursday's win over the Flyers.
Analysis: After a slow start to his rookie year, Jonathan Huberdeau's been finding his offensive game, totaling 10 points in his last 10 outings. The third overall pick in '11 has a world of talent and should continue to see good minutes for the Panthers.
News:Jonathan Huberdeau lit the lamp twice in Tuesday's 6-5 overtime loss to Washington.
Analysis:Jonathan Huberdeau's two-goal night brought his season total to five, and he also managed a plus-1. Although he has been inconsistent, eight points in 12 starts gives Huberdeau some value in deeper leagues.
News:Jonathan Huberdeau scored his third goal of the season in Tuesday's overtime loss to the Jets.
Analysis:Jonathan Huberdeau has scored in both games against Winnipeg so far this year, covering two of the Panthers' last three games. The highly touted rookie continues to get plenty of power-play time, averaging over three minutes on the man advantage.
News:Jonathan Huberdeau has been informed by the Panthers that he will remain with the big club this season.
Analysis: After delivering a three-point night in the season opener against Carolina, Jonathan Huberdeau has been held without a point in the four games since, while going minus-2 with seven shots on goal and seeing 15-17 minutes of action each night.
News:Jonathan Huberdeau had a huge fantasy night Saturday in his NHL debut. He scored the game's opening goal at just 3:37 of the first period and then set up two other goals in a 5-1 win over Carolina. He played 14:25 and was clearly the game's first star.
Analysis: So, who would you rather have in keeper formats -- Jonathan Huberdeau or Nail Yakupov? Huberdeau is an incredible talent who should have been in the NHL last season, but was sent back to junior due to contractual issues. This kid is absolute gold and could also provide some real returns in single-year leagues, too.
News:Jonathan Huberdeau is expected to open the season on a line with Alex Kovalev and Peter Mueller.
Analysis: The speedy forward is expected to hold a top-six role for the Panthers this season, although he can be sent back to juniors if he does not play in six games with Florida this season. His production for Saint John (QMJHL) during the lockout (16 G, 29 A in 30 games) offers a glimpse of his elite offensive ceiling, and it's likely that he'll show the skills necessary to stick all season. After having an undisclosed injury around the start of training camp, Jonathan Huberdeau appears to be healthy going into Saturday's opener against Carolina.
News:Jonathan Huberdeau (unspecified issue) will practice Tuesday, according to Harvey Fialkov of the Sun Sentinel.
Analysis:Jonathan Huberdeau, the third overall pick in the 2011 NHL Draft, was banged up a little during the recent World Junior Championships, but his expected presence at practice Tuesday reinforces the belief that he will embark on his promising pro career when the Panthers open up their season Saturday against the Hurricanes.
News:Jonathan Huberdeau did not participate in Panthers practice Monday but is expected to start on Saturday, according to Harvey Fialkov of the Sun Sentinel.
Analysis: Fialkov reports Jonathan Huberdeau has "a slight nick" and that the media will know more after a press conference with Panthers GM Dale Tallon Monday afternoon. Hube is just 19 years old and will be making his first NHL appearance this season.