Jonathan Huberdeau is still looking at a possible return in February from an Achilles tendon injury.
Jonathan Huberdeau (Achilles) is on track to return in February, per Panthers GM and interim coach Tom Rowe.
Jonathan Huberdeau (Achilles) is inching closer and closer towards his return.
Jonathan Huberdeau (Achilles injury) is with the team on their road trip for the first time.
Jonathan Huberdeau has switched to a walking boot as he recovers from an Achilles tendon injury.
Jonathan Huberdeau has undergone surgery on his Achilles tendon.
The Florida Panthers say they'll be without Jonathan Huberdeau (lacerated lower leg) for three-to-four months, placing his return no sooner than December.
Jonathan Huberdeau's injury, which was previously described as lower body, is to his ankle/lower leg.
Definitely keep an eye on the health of Florida Panthers forward Jonathan Huberdeau, who left Saturday's preseason game with a lower-body injury.
Dale Tallon, who works as the Panthers president of hockey operations now, would like to see Jonathan Huberdeau be "more selfish," and shoot more.
Florida has inked Jonathan Huberdeau to a six-year contract worth $35.4 million.
Jonathan Huberdeau is reportedly close to a six-year contract extension with the Florida Panthers.
Jonathan Huberdeau scored in Sunday's 2-1 double overtime loss to the Islanders in Game 6.
Jonathan Huberdeau crashed into Islanders goalie Thomas Greiss on a breakaway chance in Game 4, but he was able to return.