Jordan Eberle

#14 RW / Edmonton Oilers / EXP: 5YRS Height: 5-11 Weight: 180 lb Age: 25 College: None

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    Oilers' Jordan Eberle: Nets 25 goals in 69 games

    Eberle finished the 2015-16 season with 25 goals and 22 assists in 69 games. Eberle had a solid season but far from a great one. His name is likely to be mentioned in trade rumors through most of the summer as he could bring back the type defenseman the Oilers are craving. No matter who Eberle ends up with next season he should remain a top six forward and be expected to score 25 goals.

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    Oilers' Jordan Eberle: Dishes out two helpers Wednesday

    Eberle dished out a pair of assists in Wednesday's 6-2 shellacking of the Canucks. It had been over a month since Eberle last recorded a helper, although he had been keeping owners happy with five goals in his previous nine efforts. Eberle still has just 47 points with one game to play, easily marking a three-year low for the 25-year-old.

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    Oilers' Jordan Eberle: Hits 25 goals in loss to Kings

    Eberle scored his 25th goal of the season and added an assist in Saturday's loss to the Kings. Skating on the second line with Connor McDavid, Eberle is finishing the season with a bang. The 25-year-old has scored five goals in his last seven games and is up to 46 points in 65 games on the season. Despite missing time with injury, Eberle has already scored more goals this season than he did in 81 games last year. Keep him rolling.

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    Oilers' Jordan Eberle: Nets goal in lopsided loss

    Eberle tallied a goal on two shots and a hit in Tuesday's 4-2 loss to the Coyotes. Despite the fact that his team has been faltering this season, Eberle is on a bit of a roll lately. He's picked up three goals in his last five games, which is a vast improvement on the eight game scoring drought he endured prior to his current streak. Still, not much can be expected of the 25-year-old with his team doing as poorly as they are.

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    Oilers' Jordan Eberle: Nets game winner against Canucks on Friday

    Eberle scored the game-winning goal Friday against Vancouver. The Oilers were backed by a 40-save shutout performance from goaltender Cam Talbot and Eberle was able to strike midway through the second period with a snapshot from the left circle. The 25-year-old has scored twice in his last three games and is now up to 22 goals and 42 points in 61 games on the season. Eberle is a great goal-scorer, but the Oilers are well out of the playoff race and Eberle recently went through a five-game scoring drought, so don't expect him to keep lighting the lamp at this rate.

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    Oilers' Jordan Eberle: Pots goal in loss

    Eberle bagged a goal in Monday's loss to the Predators. Eberle tapped in a Connor McDavid strike early in the first to get the scoring started, but the lead ultimately lasted for just over a minute. The 25-year-old snapped an eight game goalless drought with the tally and a five game streak without any points -- a stretch that may cost him from reaching the 60-point plateau for the third straight season.

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    Oilers' Jordan Eberle: Scores lowly goal in loss

    Eberle potted his team's only goal in Tuesday's 4-1 loss to the Senators. Eberle has notched points in four straight, but the Oilers have failed to grab a win in the process. The 25-year-old has only gone pointless three times this month, sitting at minus-12 on the year. Even while Edmonton struggles, Eberle has proven that he can still produce for fantasy owners.

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    Oilers' Jordan Eberle: Records first hat trick in win

    Eberle went plus-4 Thursday, recording his first hat trick and adding an assist in a 5-2 victory over Toronto. The 25-year-old now sits at 10 points in February, on pace for his best statistical month of the season. Eberle racked up eight shots on goal and should continue to see plenty of opportunities on the second line. The former first-round pick has been inconsistent, but the return of Connor McDavid has shown the potential for big games.

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    Oilers' Jordan Eberle: Pots one in loss

    Eberle netted a goal on his only shot on goal and added two PIM in a 2-1 loss to the Devils on Tuesday. Eberle was able to bounce back on Tuesday after not finding the back of the net in his previous two outings. In the five games since the return of Connor McDavid, he's got four goals and two assists. Look for Eberle to continuing living right and filling the scoresheet in the weeks to come.

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    Oilers' Jordan Eberle: Thriving with return of McDavid

    Eberle racked up two goals -- one on the power play -- as well as a power-play assist Thursda in a 7-2 trouncing of the Senators. All the Oilers have to be thrilled to see Connor McDavid back in the lineup, but Eberle's been particularly enjoying it, having racked up five points in two games since McDavid's return -- that's more points than he put up in the eight games leading up to the All-Star break combined. It's been a disappointing, injury-shortened year for the incredibly talented 25-year-old, but with McDavid back, Eberle could explode offensively over the final 30 games of the season.