Monday, February 20, 2012

Huberdeau Named Second Star Again

For the second straight week, Saint John Sea Dogs captain Jonathan Huberdeau has been named the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League’s second star. The Telus three stars for the week were announced this morning.

Huberdeau recorded an unreal seven points – two goals and five assists – in two games this past week. On Wednesday in Prince Edward Island, the Florida Panthers prospect registered two goals and two helpers. Then on Friday against the Quebec Remparts, he notched three more assists in a nationally televised game.

The captain is currently on a five-game point scoring streak, recording seven goals and seven assists over that span. He has 19 goals and 52 points in just 26 games this year.

Saint John, 41-14-0-2 for 84 points, is on an 11-game winning streak and has lost just once since Huberdeau returned from the world juniors.

Remparts winger Frederick Roy was named the league’s first star this week while Moncton Wildcats goaltender Roman Will was named the third star, respectively. 

Photo Credit: Jonathan Huberdeau's Twitter

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