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Sea Dogs' Huberdeau out up to a month with foot injury

TSN.ca Staff

11/7/2011 3:01:02 PM

Forward Jonathan Huberdeau will be out of the Saint John Sea Dogs' lineup for the foreseeable future.

Huberdeau, who was selected third overall by the Florida Panthers in the 2011 NHL Entry Draft, suffered a foot injury during Monday's morning skate with Team QMJHL ahead of their game against Russia in the Subway Super Series.

According to reports, Huberdeau suffered a broken foot and could miss about a month of the season.  In 13 games so far this season with the Sea Dogs, he has 10 goals and 18 assists.

Victoriaville Tigres' right-winger, Brandon Hynes will replace Huberdeau in the Team QMJHL lineup for tonight's game, while Anthony Duclair will take the roster spot for Game 2 on Wednesday.