NHL names Panthers forward Jonathan Huberdeau to 2020 All-Star Game roster
Cats winger heading to St. Louis for first ASG
The National Hockey League announced today that Florida Panthers forward Jonathan Huberdeau has been named to the roster for the 2020 NHL All-Star Game held at Enterprise Center in St. Louis, MO on Saturday, January 25. Huberdeau’s All-Star Game appearance marks the first of his NHL career and he will also participate in the NHL All-Star Skills Competition on Friday, Januaury 24.
The 26-year-old Huberdeau has appeared in all 38 of Florida’s games this season and leads the Cats in points (53), goals (16), assists (37), even-strength points (35) and power-play points (18), while leading all Panthers forwards in plus/minus (+12). His 53 points rank him sixth in the NHL, while his 37 assists tie him for fourth among all skaters.
Huberdeau set a career-high with 92 points last season. He is currently on pace to become the first Panther to ever break the 100-point barrier.
a big LBC congrats to Jonathan! This is a well-earned honor.