It’s been a rollercoaster of an offseason for Jonathan Huberdeau and his new club, the Calgary Flames.
In an interview with Daily Faceoff’s Matt Larkin, Huberdeau talked about his wild summer and shared some insight into the blockbuster trade that sent him to Calgary.
The 29-year-old said he had just wrapped up a game of beer league hockey when Florida Panthers general manager Bill Zito rang him up.
“I don’t think he’s calling me for an extension at this time of night,” Huberdeau told his friends.
Zito informed the star forward that he was being shipped to the Flames, along with defenceman MacKenzie Weegar, for young star Matthew Tkachuk, who had informed Calgary’s front office he was…