Jordan accomplished a vast amount on the ice in his career. He has been near the top of the NHL scoring leaders, played in the NHL All-Star game and represented Canada in numerous events. Before all of that he got his start in Regina, Saskatchewan playing minor hockey. He moved to Calgary for high school where he played a year in the Calgary Buffaloes organization before going back to his roots to play for the Regina Pats where he won CHL player of the year, WHL player of the year and WHL scholastic player of the year, before making the jump to the Edmonton Oilers. Jordan has won gold for Canada in the World Junior Hockey Championship and has also donned the Maple Leaf for the World Championships. He has since moved his talents out east to play for the New York Islanders. Jordan calls Calgary his home and is more than excited to kick off another year of the hockey school and welcomes all athletes to his skill development based hockey school.
Matt is a true student of the game. He received his Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from the University of Calgary. He has worked, ran and directed successful hockey programs across western Canada. He is a professional power skating instructor with almost a decade of experience. He has been a part of development programs such as Okanagan Hockey School, Edge of Excellence and National Sports Development. He has also been involved in minor hockey associations such as Pentiction, Calgary, Airdrie and Beiseker. His professional knowledge of on ice development as well as off ice strength and conditioning is unmatched.
Matt grew up in Calgary playing for the Calgary Buffaloes. He then moved on to play for the Cowichan Valley Capitals of the BCHL. His second junior season was cut short due to an injury that forced him to quit the game. He made it back after a year off to play for the Kerry Park Islanders in the VIJHL where he then accepted an athletic scholarship to Monroe College, New York, where he won a National Championship. He has a desire to pass his hockey knowledge down to todays youth and be a part of the athletic community.
Kris has played at the professional level being a goaltender. He grew up in Calgary playing for the Calgary Buffaloes. He then moved on to play for the Camrose Kodiaks of the AJHL and the Salmon Arm Silverbacks of the BCHL. He accepted the opportunity to play for the Western Michigan Broncos where he won a championship in his first year. He moved on to help NAIT win an ACAC title and finished his career backstopping the Mount Royal University Cougars. He has worked along side multiple goalie schools such as World Pro Goaltending, Top Prospects Goaltending, and Okanagan Hockey School as well as received instruction from some of the best. He has the knowledge and ability to bring out the best in young goalies without changing their personal style or technique.
Eric's lifelong passion for sports and fitness started during his youth, where he grew up playing hockey and soccer before shifting gears into track and field, basketball, and long distance running. Eric became a Certified Personal Trainer through the American Council on Exercise (ACE) and has been working with high-performance clients including sports teams and youth ever since. Recently, he as been an avid runner who has completed three half-marathons in under a year, and hopes to achieve the milestone of completing a full marathon in 2020. Eric enjoys working with kids, being active in the community, and has a keen interest in photography and videography, which has enabled him to develop creative media content for the Jordan Eberle Hockey School.
Peyton grew up playing within Regina minor hockey. He forwarded his hockey career playing for the Midget AAA Regina Pat Canadians, helping his team to a Telus Cup appearance and winning the Mac's Midget Tournament. He then took his talents to the MJHL Portage Terriers where he recently was a part of the Anavet Cup winning team that reached the National Championship. He is still currently lacing up for the Terriers chasing another championship and athletic scholarship this year. Peyton loves to give back to the community and apply his hockey experiences with the participants to give them the best opportunity for success.
Tyson is a native of Calgary where he honed his skills on and off the ice at the Edge School. He currently plays in the WHL for the Prince George Cougars. Tyson was a participant at the Jordan Eberle Hockey School in its first few years before joining us as an instructor. His current goal is to play professional hockey. He enjoys being around the kids and teaching them what he knows about the game while he continues to pursue his hockey career.