Completed third NHL season, third with Florida...Led the team in points (54) and assists (39)...Reached new career-high in goals April 11 vs. NJD...Recorded a goal and season-high eight shots Mar. 24 at TBL...Reached career-high five-game point streak (2-6—8) March 1 - March 12...Scored a goal and shootout game-winner March 7 vs. NYI... Recorded three assists March 1 vs. TBL...Recorded an assist to reach new career-high in points Feb. 19 at MTL...Recorded three assists to reach new career-high in assists Feb. 10 vs. ANA...Recorded points in three consecutive games (1-2—3) Jan. 13 - 17...Named NHL Third Star of the week (week ending Jan. 11)...Notched goal in second consecutive game Jan. 9 at CGY...Recorded season-high three points (2-1—3) and first multi-goal game of the season Jan. 8 at VAN...Recorded points in three consecutive games (1-3—4) Dec. 28-31...Recorded points in three consecutive games (1-4-5) Nov. 16-20...Two-point game (1-1-2) Nov. 16 at ANA...Recorded his first goal of the season in season debut Oct. 9 vs. TBL.
Completed his second NHL season, second with Florida..Recorded career-high assists (19)...Recorded a goal and three shots Apr.8 vs. PHI...Picked up a pair of assists Mar. 14 vs. NJD...Posted two assists Mar. 2 at NYI...Had three-game point streak (1-3-4: Jan. 18-21)...Recorded a goal and an assist Jan. 20 at PIT...Scored first GWG of season Dec. 7 at DET...Recorded three-game point streak (2-1-3: Nov. 12-16)...Recorded three goals in four games (Oct. 10-15)...Posted first goal of season Oct. 10 at TBL...Recorded an assist in season opener Oct. 3 at DAL.
Completed his first NHL season, first with Florida...Became first player in franchise history to win Calder Memorial Trophy...Named to NHL-All Rookie Team..Recorded most points (31) as a teenager in Panther history...Recorded season-high three assists Apr. 27 at TBL...Scored a goal Apr. 18 at NYR...Recorded an assist Apr. 7 vs. OTT..Notched two assists Mar. 30 vs. NJ...Scored a goal and added an assist
Mar. 28 vs BUF...Became the first Panther to score on two penalty shots in one season, recording his second penalty shot goal Mar. 5 vs. CAR...Recorded the third two-goal game of his career Mar. 3 vs. CAR...Named NHL Rookie of the Month for February, posting nine points (6-3-9) in 13 games...Tied franchise record for points in a game for rookie, including first GWG on penalty shot (2-2-4) on Feb. 21 at PHI...Recorded first two-goal game of his NHL career Feb. 12 vs. WSH...Netted SO winner Feb. 8 at PHI...Recorded points in three straight games (2-1-4; 1/31-2/5)...Scored a goal and added two assists in his NHL debut Jan. 19 vs. CAR...Played in 30 games for Saint John (QMJHL) scoring 45 points (16-29-45).
Completed third QMJHL season, third with Saint John Sea Dogs, serving as team Captain...Suffered injury (broken foot), missed 31 games...Finished the season playing 37 games with 72 points (30-42-72), finishing third on his team in scoring and ended the season with a +53 rating and 50 PIMs.....Led the NHL preseason in powerplay goals. Led all Florida Panthers in preseason points with three goals, all on the powerplay, one assist, four points in five games. Played in 15 Playoff games for Saint John... Recorded 21 points (10-11-21) with a +11 rating and 18 PIMs, winning the President’s Cup against Rimouski in four games... Advanced to the Memorial Cup Tournament for the second straight year.
Completed second QMJHL season, second with Saint John
Sea Dogs...Played in 67 games, registering 43 goals, 62 assists, 105 points and finished third in the league in points...Named to the QMJHL first-All -Star Team...Played in 19 playoff games, scoring 16 goals, 14 assists and 30 points, winning a Memorial Cup and being named Memorial Cup MVP in the process.
Completed first QMJHL season, first with Saint John Sea Dogs...Played in 61 games, scored 15 goals and added 20 assists for 35 points... In 21 playoff games for the Sea Dogs, he scored 11 goals, seven assists for 18 points,
Represented Canada at the 2014 World Championship.
Represented Team Canada in the WJC, winning a Bronze Medal, finishing the tournament with one goal and eight assists with a +8 rating and 16 PIMs. Named Captain of Team Canada for Canada-Russia Challenge, Lead team Canada with five points (2-3-5) in three games played.
Huberdeau played for Team Quebec at the World U-17 Hockey Challenge, picking up two goals and one assist for three points in five games.
2013 Calder Memorial Trophy (Rookie of the Year), first in Florida franchise history...2013 NHL All-Rookie Team...2011 Memorial Cup MVP...Played for Head Coach Gerard Gallant and Assistant Coach Mike Kelly during his time in Saint John (QMJHL)...First language is French, speaks both French and English fluently.