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FHN Today: Jonathan Huberdeau immortalized as a Funko Pop

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Those who like to collect Florida Panthers memorabilia should be excited to learn that a likeness of Jonathan Huberdeau will be included in the latest Pop NHL vinyl figurines by Funko.

If you have never heard of or seen a Funko Pop, you must not work in an office — or do much shopping around town.

These popular collectables commemorate thousands of characters from Spider-Man to Harry Potter to Leslie Knope and Ron Swanson from Parks and Recreation.

There’s also one for the University of Miami’s Sebastian the Ibis. 

If you can think of a character from a movie, television show or comic book, Funko probably has a Pop made for it.

Although Funko has made a number of NHL figurines, Huberdeau is the first Panthers player to be immortalized in vinyl.

Past South Florida figures from Funko include Dan Marino, Dwayne Wade, LeBron James, Billy the Marlin, Sonny Crockett and Ricardo Tubbs.

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The Huberdeau figure, wearing Florida’s red home sweater complete with his alternate captain ‘A’ on the front, is available for presale now and is expected to be delivered in time for the holidays.

If you are interested in picking up a Huberdeau for your home (or cubicle), you can order one at Funko’s official site, FYE or at GameStop.

The Panthers’ team shop at BB&T Center will likely have them as well sometime down the road.

The online price is around $11.

Which is fitting, at least for this one.

(*) — Blue Lamborghini not included.

FLORIDA PANTHERS LINK

Kevin Hayes gave an emotional eulogy for his brother Jimmy at services held for the former Florida Panthers forward on Monday in their hometown of Dorchester, Mass.

PK Subban, a longtime friend of Jimmy and the Hayes family, shared some photos as well. (PhillyHockeyNow)

— The Panthers come in at No. 18 in the latest prospect rankings by The Athletic. (TA)

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Good series, great read. (WashingtonHockeyNow)

— Marie-Philip Poulin scored in overtime to lift Canada to a 3-2 victory over Team USA on Tuesday in the Gold Medal game of the Women’s World Hockey Championship. It was the first Gold for Canada since 2012 as Team USA’s run ends after five straight. (TSN)

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— Connor Murphy gets a four-year deal with the Blackhawks. (TSN)

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— The Red Wings have made some changes to their scouting staff. (DetroitHockeyNow)

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— Or Vancouver? (VHN)

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