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Jonathan Huberdeau

Left Wing

#0

Shoots:
Left
Height:
6'01"
Weight:
171
Birthdate:
1993-06-04
Hometown:
St-Jérôme
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Career

Selected in round one (18th overall) of the 2009 QMJHL Entry Draft after leading Quebec’s Midget AAA Hockey League in rookie scoring with the St-Eustache Vikings in 2008-09... Scored a goal in his QMJHL debut vs. Acadie-Bathurst… Skated with Team Quebec at the 2010 World U-17 Hockey Challenge… First career hat trick: Jan. 30, 2010 vs. Val-d’Or (3G-2A-5P, tying a team record for most points by a rookie in a single game)… Led all 16-year-old QMJHL skaters in scoring in 2009-10 (15G-20A-35P)… Went 6-for-6 in shootouts during highly-successful rookie season… Led QMJHL rookies with 11 goals in 2010 playoffs, setting Sea Dogs record for most post-season goals by a rookie… Won a Gold Medal with Team Canada at the 2010 Memorial of Ivan Hlinka Tournament… Took part in NHL’s Research, Development, and Orientation Camp in summer of 2010… Played in 2010 and 2011 Subway Super Series for Team QMJHL... Played in 2011 Home Hardware Top Prospects Game... Scored goals in six consecutive games from March 4 to March 16, 2011, tying a team record... Tied for Sea Dogs lead with three short-handed goals in 2010-11... Went 5-for-7 in shootouts and set Sea Dogs records for assists (62) and points (105) in 2010-11...Third in QMJHL with 43 goals, 62 assists and 105 points in 2010-11... Only Sea Dog to score 100 points in a season... Nominated for the Michel Briere Trophy as QMJHL most valuable player, Michael Bossy Trophy as top professional prospect and Paul Dumont Trophy as Personality of the Year in 2010-11... QMJHL First Team All-Star, 2010-11... Led all QMJHL scorers with 16 goals and led the Sea Dogs with 30 points in 2011 President's Cup playoffs... Received Guy Lafleur Trophy as most valuable player in the 2011 President's Cup playoffs... Led Sea Dogs with six points and named most valuable player at the 2011 MasterCard Memorial Cup, joining Dale Hawerchuk (1981), Pat Lafontaine (1983), and Sidney Crosby (2005) as the only 17-year-olds to win the award... Winner of the team's Bell Aliant Most Valuable Player, Alpine Three Stars, Children's Wish Foundation Fan Choice and Pepsi Top Scorer awards in 2010-11... Selected in the first round (3rd overall) by the Florida Panthers in the 2011 NHL Entry Draft... Signed an NHL contract with Florida Panthers on Oct. 10, 2011... Led QMJHL in plus-minus at plus-59 in 2010-11 and plus-53 in 2011-12... CHL Player of the Week, Oct. 24-30, 2011... QMJHL Third Star for the month of October 2011 (22 points in 10 games)... Missed 22 games with a foot injury in 2011-12... Won a bronze medal with Team Canada at the 2012 World Junior Hockey Championship in Calgary/Edmonton... QMJHL First Star for the month of February 2012 (21 points in 10 games)... Four-goal game on March 2, 2012 vs. PEI was franchise’s first in regular season... Went 3-for-3 in shootouts in 2011-12... Winner of the team's Children's Wish Foundation Fan Choice Award in 2011-12... Winner of Paul Dumont Trophy as QMJHL Personality of the Year for 2011-12

 

 

Statistics
Regular Season
Season Team GP G A PTS +/- PIM
2012-13 | Regular Season Saint John, Sea Dogs 30 16 29 45 -1 48
2011-12 | Regular Season Saint John, Sea Dogs 37 30 42 72 53 50
2010-11 | Regular Season Saint John, Sea Dogs 67 43 62 105 59 88
Total 134 89 133 222 111 186
Playoffs
Season Team GP G A PTS +/- PIM
2012 | Playoffs Saint John, Sea Dogs 15 10 11 21 11 18
2011 | Playoffs Saint John, Sea Dogs 19 16 14 30 13 16
Total 34 26 25 51 24 34