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Watch Huberdeau beat Bryzgalov on penalty shot

Feb 21, 2013, 8:13 PM EDT

Florida Panthers rookie Jonathan Huberdeau is starting to show signs of the player some predicted would win the Calder Trophy.

He scored his seventh goal of 2013 on his first career penalty shot, making it look pretty easy against Ilya Bryzgalov:

The 19-year-old forward also registered an assist as the Panthers opened up a 3-0 lead against the Philadelphia Flyers. If that ends his scoring for the night, he’ll bump his season points total to 11 in 16 games.

Update: Huberdeau ended up with two goals and two assists as the Panthers beat the Flyers 5-2.

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