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Jonathan Huberdeau celebrates his new decade in style

Jonathan Huberdeau celebrates his new decade in style

Calgary Flames announced last Thursday the signing of Quebec striker Jonathan Huberdeau on an eight-year deal. The deal would fetch him $84 million in total. Quebecers seemed happy to be associated with The Flames for another eight years, but remained calm in the face of journalists’ responses. On a boat, with family and friends, it’s completely different!

Huberdeau’s brother shared a video on his Instagram account showing the new Flames player partying with family and friends while raising champagne on a boat. They know how to celebrate Huberdeaus!

Here is the relevant video Shared by La Poche Bleue.

It’s a party on the boat, but the money is still in the attacking star’s pockets, as his contract will go into effect in 2023-24. Anyway, having touched more than $40 million during his Florida career, he’s not really going to pity, especially since he’s going to hit $6.2 million this year.

Quebecers, who just finished the season with 115 points, were definitely aiming for the Stanley Cup this year with the Panthers, but the Tampa Bay Lightning ended their run in the second round. By trading him with Flames, however, Huberdeau joins another team that aspires to the highest honors again this year.

It would be a certain adaptation to go from a Barkov-caliber player to a midfield player, Elias Lindholm, but Quebecers still have a natural talent for passing. It’s not for nothing that he collected 85 assists this year, a record in the history of the National Hockey League for the left wing. So he should do well with his new buddies in Alberta.

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Although he now lives in cold Alberta, Huberdeau has not lost his sense of partying. Boat parties are held all year round in Florida, but in Calgary, only in summer with very cold winters. Fortunately for him, he shouldn’t have big parties during the season and thus will be busy during the winter.

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