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Jonathan Huberdeau Named To 2022 NHL All-Star Game Roster

Forward To Represent Florida in Second Career All-Star Game

by Florida Panthers @FlaPanthers / FloridaPanthers.com

SUNRISE, Fla. - The National Hockey League announced today that Florida Panthers forward Jonathan Huberdeau has been named to the roster for the 2022 NHL All-Star Game held at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nev., on Saturday, Feb. 5. He will also participate in the NHL All-Star Skills Competition on Friday, Feb. 4.

"One of the premier playmakers in the National Hockey League, Jonathan's production is matched only by his consummate professionalism," said Panthers General Manger Bill Zito. "He is an all-star leader and teammate, making those around him better in every way. We are proud that he has earned this tremendous opportunity and are looking forward to him bringing the growing excitement surrounding the Florida Panthers to Las Vegas."

Huberdeau's invitation will mark his second appearance at the NHL All-Star Game and the All-Star Skills Competition, following his nomination in 2019-20.

Huberdeau, 28, has appeared in all 36 of Florida's games this season, leading the club in assists (34), points (47), even-strength points (31), and power-play points (14). He ranks tied for second among NHL skaters in assists and sits fifth in points, pacing all NHL skaters with 14 points (3-11-14) since Dec. 29. He also leads all skaters in assists (26) and points (32) on home ice in 2021-22.

The 6-foot-1, 202-pound native of Saint-Jerome, Quebec, has been named an NHL 'Star of the Week' twice in the past six weeks. He was named First Star for the week ending Dec. 5 after posting nine points (1-8-9) over three games, and Third Star for the week ending Jan. 2 after recording eight points (1-7-8) over three contests. Huberdeau has produced eight points over a two-game span twice this season, the only Panther in club history to accomplish the feat.

Originally selected by Florida in the first round (third overall) of the 2011 NHL Draft, Huberdeau is currently the Panthers' longest-tenured player and stands as the franchise leader in assists (364) and points (545), ranking second in games played (627) and third in goals (181).

The NHL also announced that Aleksander Barkov has been added to the NHL's 'Last Men In' Ballot. Fans can vote for Aleksander to join Jonathan by voting at NHL.com/LastMenIn.

The 2022 NHL All-Star Game will be live Saturday, February 5, on ABC and simulcast on ESPN+ at 3 P.M. (ET), with the Skills Competition taking place the day before on Friday, February 4, at 7:30 P.M. (ET) on ESPN from T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.

Panthers All-Time All-Star Representatives

1994:

Forward: Bob Kudelski

Goaltender: John Vanbiesbrouck

1996:

Coach: Doug MacLean

Goaltender: John Vanbiesbrouck

1997:

Coach: Doug MacLean

Defenseman: Robert Svehla

Goaltender: John Vanbiesbrouck

1999:

Forward: Viktor Kozlov

2000:

Forward: Pavel Bure (MVP)

Forward: Viktor Kozlov

Forward: Ray Whitney

2001:

Forward: Pavel Bure

2003:

Forward: Olli Jokinen

Defenseman: Sandis Ozolinsh

2004:

Goaltender: Roberto Luongo

2007:

Defenseman: Jay Bouwmeester

2008:

Goaltender: Tomas Vokoun

2009:

Defenseman: Jay Bouwmeester

2012:

Defenseman: Brian Campbell

2015:

Defenseman: Aaron Ekblad

Goaltender: Roberto Luongo

2016:

Coach: Gerard Gallant

Forward: Jaromir Jagr

Defenseman: Aaron Ekblad

Goaltender: Roberto Luongo

2017:

Forward: Vincent Trocheck

2018:

Forward: Aleksander Barkov

2019:

Defenseman: Keith Yandle

2020:

Forward: Jonathan Huberdeau

2022:

Coach: Andrew Brunette

Forward: Jonathan Huberdeau

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