20.

Jordan Eberle turning 20 years old today means no more World Juniors for him. Which is a bittersweet thing. He can move onto bigger things now. He’ll most likely be playing for Edmonton next year, and hopefully he can make a big difference for them. Yesterday, he made his debut for Team Canada in the Worlds, notching a goal and three assists. Not. Too. Shabby. 20’s a big year.  So, drinks, Jordan?

Jordan Eberle #14 of Team Canada reacts after having scored the tying goal on Vadim Zhelobnyuk #1 of Team Russia forcing overtime during the semifinals at the IIHF World Junior Championships at the Ottawa Civic Centre on January 03, 2009 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Team Canada defeated Team Russia 6-5 in a shootout.  (Photo by Richard Wolowicz/Getty Images) *** Local Caption *** Jordan Eberle;Vadim Zhelobnyuk;PK Subban

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