I'm usually not a big fan of THN's coverage of the Panthers, but I have to say that they make a few very salient points about seasoning Huberdeau as much as possible before giving him a real crack at an NHL job. One big one among them is that the Panthers have had a serious problem with bringing prospects to the NHL well before they're really ready to be there. In order for the team to truly have a great farm system they need to start grooming their young talent, and letting them learn the systems and the pro game before they start playing for the big club. Furthermore, Dale Tallon has said as much in interviews and has clearly been stocking the farm system with promising young players in the last two drafts. Based on these things I think that the Panthers are going to try to do everything in their power to be more like the Detroit Red Wings in terms of quality drafting and farm system development.