Jordan Eberle Stats
- Height / Weight
- 71 / 190 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 5/15/1990 (33)
Jordan Eberle Last 10 Games
Jordan Eberle News
Seattle Kraken right wing Jordan Eberle (leg) will return to action on Wednesday to face his former team, the Edmonton Oilers. Eberle got his leg cut by a skate blade in practice a week ago and was forced to sit for three games. The veteran winger will hope to kick into gear in familiar surroundings at Rogers Place, having so far posted only four points (one goal, three assists) in 13 games this season. He will skate with Jared McCann and Matty Beniers on the first line.
Seattle Kraken right wing Jordan Eberle (leg) will miss a third straight game Monday versus the Avalanche. The veteran winger suffered a cut on his upper leg in practice last week and has been out of the lineup for the first time this season. It's been a horrible year so far for Eberle, as he has tallied only four points (one goal, three assists) in 13 games. With Andre Burakovsky (upper body) also out, Kailer Yamamoto and Brandon Tanev are poised to get a look in the top six Monday night.
Seattle Kraken forward Jordan Eberle suffered a deep cut to his leg by a skate blade in practice on Wednesday and is out indefinitely. The laceration was to his upper leg near the quad area after teammate Jaden Schwartz stepped on a puck and lost his balance. An MRI was being performed to determine if the cut caught any tendons. General manager Ron Francis told the media "it wasn't gushing but it was a deep cut, so they've taken him to a hospital and they're doing an MRI." The 33-year-old is off to a slow start this season, registering just one goal and four points in 13 games despite receiving 17:20 of average ice time per game. The Kraken recalled Shane Wright and Ryan Winterton from the American Hockey League's Coachella Valley on Wednesday following the incident.
Seattle Kraken right wing Jordan Eberle wants to stick with the team and hopes to work out an extension. "I've made my stance clear as far as I love it here," Eberle said at the start of training camp. "I want to be here. And I want to be a part of a winning group. I think we have one here." The veteran winger will come off a five-year, $27.5 million deal next summer. He struggled in his first year in Seattle but completely turned around his form in 2022-23 to post 20 goals and 63 points in 82 games. Since Eberle doesn't have a contract for next season, he should be fully motivated to perform well for Seattle in the upcoming campaign.