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One of the young stars on the Edmonton Oilers, Jordan Eberle was drafted by the Oilers 25th overall in 2010 and has since emerged as one of their go to guys. In his first NHL game, Eberle scored a highlight reel shorthanded goal that would later be voted Goal of Year by NHL fans. As a sophomore in the NHL, Eberle racked up 76 points in 78 games. This season also saw him nominated for the Lady Byng Memorial Trophy and the NHL’s most gentlemanly player. Eberle is perhaps best known for his performances at the World Junior Hockey Championship. At the 2009 Tournament, with Canada down a goal and facing elimination in the semi-finals to Russia, Eberle 5.4 seconds left to tie the game and eventually force a shootout, in which he scored and Canada defeated Sweden to win the Gold Medal. Eberle is currently tied with Brayden Schenn for 2nd on the World Junior Hockey Championship all time scoring list.