15 Years on: 25 Eagles Greatest Players - No. 6

Jordan Tekenos-Levy

Loud mouthed and little crazy at times, Jordan was an offensive player in every sense of the word. Teky, as he was affectionately called, had two stints with the Eagles. The first being when he was attending the University in Glasgow in 2010-11 in which he played only two recorded games, and then again for two seasons from 2012-2014. In his last season, he served as the team alternate captain. As much as he will be remembered for his chatter, fashion sense and beautiful karaoke voice, his on-ice ability more than earns him a spot in the Eagles Greatest 25.

Teky was a dangerous combination of good skating, slick hands and a big body which made him hard to knock off the puck. In 28 recorded games he put up 104 points, leading to the Eagles scoring title being named after him. He was instrumental in the Phoenix Scottish Cup win in 2013 and in the season that saw the Eagles make the Nationals Tournament Final for the only time, for now.




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