Eberle scored his first goal of the season in a 7-4 win against Calgary Wednesday.
By his standards, Eberle had a good, but not great season last year, notching 47 points (25 goals, 22 assists) in 69 games. Paired up with center Connor McDavid, Eberle should return to the 60-point plateau. Statistically speaking, the 26-year-old right wing struggled on the power play last season. However, in Wednesday's opener, Eberle saw 5:35 of power play action.
Eberle had a solid season but far from a great one. His name is likely to be mentioned in trade rumors throughout most of the summer as he could bring back the type defenseman the
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. While injuries played a part in that decline, he likely would've experienced a far smaller dropoff if he brought this level of aggressiveness every night.
Jordan 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.
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 this stretch. Still, not much can be expected of the 25-year-old with his team doing as poorly as it is.