Florida Panthers left wing Jonathan Huberdeau was named as the third star of the week by the NHL on Monday.
This is the second time Huberdeau has taken home the third star honor in his career. The 25-year old was previously recognized for his solid work during a week in the 2014-15 season. Huberdeau also won the Calder Memorial Trophy following the 2012-13 campaign.
Over the past week, Huberdeau compiled nine points in four outings. The veteran had a pair of goals, to go along with seven assists. Huberdeau leads Florida this season with his 28 points overall, and he has put together five consecutive multiple-point games. Florida's record for that streak is seven, which was set by Pavel Bure in 2001.
Huberdeau is in the middle of a six-year contract he signed back in 2016. During his time with the Panthers, Huberdeau has put together 295 points and set a career-high with 69 last season. As solid as last season was for Huberdeau, he is currently on pace to smash last year's total in points.
The Panthers had a big week thanks to Huberdeau's efforts, as they picked up five points in the standings. Florida sits at 25 points on the season and remains near the bottom of the Eastern Conference. The Panthers have plenty of time to make up ground in the chase for a playoff spot, with 57 games remaining in their regular season schedule.
Huberdeau and the Panthers will look to continue their recent success when they host the Boston Bruins on Tuesday at 7:00 p.m.