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Pats to Retire jordan Eberle’s #7 Jersey

 Regina, Saskatchewan – The Regina Pats Hockey Club has announced it will retire the jersey of former Pat and CHL Player of the Year, Jordan Eberle, October 9th when the Pats host the Portland Winterhawks at the Brandt Centre.

The announcement came during tonight’s Centre Ice Celebration in advance of the first Eberle and Friends Golf Classic which tees off tomorrow in support of the Hospitals of Regina Foundation.

Ranking thirteenth on the team’s all time scoring list, Eberle played for the Pats from 2006-2010 and scored 155 goals and added 155 assists.  Jordan also suited up for 19 games with Canada’s Under-18 and World Junior teams where he tallied 18 goals and 18 assists for a total of 36 points.

Regina Pats President, Brent Parker, on Eberle’s time in Regina, “His on ice accomplishments are well documented with the Pats, Canada’s National programs and now in the NHL, but for me it was the class with which he conducted himself off the ice and in our community that separates him from others and truly makes him one of the best Pats of all time. Jordan epitomizes what we want our players to be and what we want our organization to be about.  It was special to watch him grow up over his time with the Pats. There’s no doubt he’s very deserving of this honor.”

“It’s definitely an honour to be up there and for Jordan it’s obviously well deserved”, says Edmonton Oilers Director of Player Development Mike Sillinger.  “Here’s a kid who’s getting his jersey retired and he’s only 22 years old.  Any time you can have your jersey retired in junior hockey at that age; it speaks volumes of his performance.

Jordan Eberle
DOB:              05-15-1990
Hometown:     Regina, SK
Height:           5’11
Weight:          184 lbs

Year

Team

GP

G

A

Pts

PIM

2006-07

Regina Pats

66

28

27

55

32

2007-08

Regina Pats

70

42

33

75

20

2008-09

Regina Pats

61

35

39

74

20

2009-10

Regina Pats

57

50

56

106

32

 

Career Totals

254

155

155

310

104


Career Accomplishments:

Selected in the 7th round, 126th overall by the Pats at the 2005 WHL Bantam Draft
WHL Player of the Month – October 2007, October 2009
WHL First Team All-Star – 2008, 2010
WHL Scholastic Player of the Year – 2008
Selected 22nd Overall by the Edmonton Oilers at the 2008 NHL Entry Draft
WHL and CHL Player of the Year – 2010
Pats leading scorer – ‘07-‘08, ’08-’09, ’09-‘10
Pats MVP – ’08-’09, ’09-‘10
Member of Canada’s World Junior Championship Team – 2009 (Gold), 2010 (Silver)
World Junior Championships All-Star Team, Best Forward and MVP – 2010
Tied for Canada’s second all-time leading scorer at the World Junior Championships
NHL All-Star – 2012
Lady Byng Trophy finalist – 2012

The Regina Pats are pleased to announce Mosaic will be the title sponsor for Jordan Eberle Night.

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