Panthers vs. Jets: Jonathan Huberdeau scores goal off unidentified body part

His 12 goals this season are tops in the NHL among rookies.

Florida Panthers rookie Jonathan Huberdeau just cannot be stopped right now. The center has taken the NHL by storm this season, and it seems like the Winnipeg Jets are his favorite team to feast on.

Huberdeau scored his fourth goal against the Jets this season late in the first period on Friday night off of one of his body parts. We'd be more specific, but countless replay angles couldn't provide a clear shot of just how Huberdeau banked this one in past Ondrej Pavelec. In fact, the Jets broadcasters were just as lost, bouncing from hand theory to thigh theory with each passing replay.

Either way, the rookie's goal grabbed some momentum for Florida heading into the second period. By the way, here's your Calder Trophy update:

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