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Eberle named CHL Player of the Year

by Edmonton Oilers Press Release / Edmonton Oilers
SASKATOON, SK - JANUARY 3: Benjamin Conz #1 of Team Switzerland stops the puck on a shot by Jordan Eberle #14 of Team Canada during the 2010 IIHF World Junior Championship Tournament Semifinal game on January 3, 2010 at the Credit Union Centre in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. (Photo by Richard Wolowicz/Getty Images)
The Canadian Hockey League announced today Regina Pats forward and Edmonton Oilers’ prospect Jordan Eberle has been named the 2009-10 CHL Player of the Year.

Eberle enjoyed an outstanding 2009-10 WHL season, despite his Regina Pats not qualifying for the WHL playoffs.  The 19-year-old from Regina, SK, scored 50 goals and added 56 assists for 106 points in just 57 regular-season games for his hometown team to finish second in WHL scoring.  Eberle’s 1.86 points-per-game average marked the highest points-per-game average for any WHL player since the 1998-99 season.
The 5’11”, 184-lb forward finished tied for second among all WHL players with 19 power play goals, and also tied for second in shorthanded goals with six on the season.  In addition, Eberle was selected among the 3 Stars in 26 of 57 games he played, earning the 1st Star selection 13 times.  The leading goal-scorer in the history of Canada’s National Junior team, Eberle recorded at least one point in 50 of 57 games he played for Regina this season, and was held pointless in consecutive games on only two occasions all season.
Drafted in the first round (22nd overall) by the Edmonton Oilers in the 2008 NHL Entry Draft, Eberle has piled up 155 goals and 155 assists for 310 points in 254 games through his four years with the Pats.  He was selected by the Pats in the seventh round (126th overall) in the 2005 WHL Bantam Draft.
Eberle also played in 11 games with the Springfield Falcons of the American Hockey League where he scored six goals and added eight assists for 14 points.
Eberle is fresh off representing his country once again joining Team Canada for the 2010 IIHF World Hockey Championship. In four games he notched a goal and three assists for four points.
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