The Panthers have signed Jonathan Huberdeau to a two-year deal worth $6.5M ($3.25 AAV).
Huberdeau was an unrestricted free agent, but is now signed through the 2016-17 season. Huberdeau is coming off of a season in which he tallied 15 goals and 39 assists (54 points) in 79 games. He should lead the Panthers in points again in 2015-16.
As expected, Huberdeau (flu) will return to the Panthers lineup this afternoon.
Huberdeau missed the last three games with the flu, but he is on the ice for pre game warmups and will face the Flames this afternoon. He will skate on the Panthers' second line with Brad Boyes and Nick Bjugstad.
Huberdeau (concussion) appears to be back in the Panthers lineup Tuesday.
Huberdeau, who has missed he last 11 games with a concussion, is on the ice for the Panthers' morning skate taking part in regular work on a line with Drew Shore and Jesse Winchester. It has been a tough season for Huby, but he will look to get something going at the end of the season that he can build off of in 2014-15.
Huberdeau (concussion) could be back for Florida on Sunday.
Huberdeau has missed the last nine games and will make it 10 on Friday, but he could suit up vs. the Stars on Sunday. He has taken a step back after a great rookie season last year. In his Calder Trophy winning season, Huberdeau averaged 0.646 points per game and has seen that drop to 0.409 in 2013-14.
Huberdeau has left Sunday's game with an upper-body injury and will not return.
Huberdeau played just 5:13 before retiring to the dressing room for the afternoon. He had five assists in his last seven games coming into today's contest. Consider him day-to-day until the Panthers release an injury update.
Huberdeau (foot) appears to be ready to return to the Panthers lineup.
Huberdeau has missed the last two games because of a foot injury he suffered on December 13. He was skating on a line with Nick Bjugstad and Scottie Upshall in this morning's skate, which suggests he will be back in the lineup vs. the Senators. Huberdeau has seven goals and eight assists (15 points) in 33 games.
Huberdeau (foot) is a game-time decision tonight vs. the Maple Leafs.
Huberdeau missed Sunday's game against the Canadiens and is questionable to play tonight in Toronto. Huberdeau has only two goals and two assists in his last 12 games. Expect Krys Barch to stay in the lineup if Huberdeau can't play.