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Pats to retire Eberle's number

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Regina, Saskatchewan – A night Regina Pats fans are waiting for is finally been confirmed. The Pats will officially retire the jersey and number of former Pats star, Jordan Eberle, in a pre-game ceremony at the Brandt Centre, December 5th. Since postponing the original date scheduled for this past October, the Regina Pats have been working closely with the Jordan and his family as well as the Edmonton Oilers and Oklahoma City Barons to find a suitable date allowing Jordan to be in Regina for this special night.

“We are pleased that we have been able to find a date that works for everyone involved and that we will be able to go forward with this special night as planned,” comments Pats President Brent Parker. “We know how much this honor means to Jordan and his family and we are all very much looking forward to raising his number to the rafters of the Brandt Centre on December 5th.”

Career Accomplishments:

  • Selected in the 7th round, 126th overall by the Regina 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

  • Regina Pats leading scorer – ‘07-‘08, ’08-’09, ’09-‘10

  • Regina 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

Jordan, along with Pats Owner Russ Parker and President Brent Parker will be available to speak with members of the media at the Wascana Country Club at 10:00 a.m. tomorrow morning as a part of the Eberle & Friends Golf Classic media conference.

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I tend to avoid the NHL rumor mill but its tough not getting a little interested in the thought of Eberle wearing a Canucks uniform but thats probably more wishful thinking on my part.

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