CHAMPIONS KEEP PLAYING UNTIL THEY GET IT RIGHT
JEFF SHATTLER SASKATCHEWAN RUSH
2 TIME NLL CHAMPION
THE ONLY PERSON WHO CAN STOP YOU FROM REACHING YOUR GOALS IS YOU!
Jeff Shattler, a Toronto raised Native from the Ojibwa tribe, has played in the National Lacrosse League for 15 years. Shattler spent his rookie year with the Buffalo Bandits, but spent the majority of his career with the Calgary Roughnecks. Jeff is going in to his 16th season with the Saskatchewan Rush where he was recently named playoff MVP during the 2018 Season, and where he helped win the team the championship that year. In addition to two NLL championships during his career, Jeff has also won two Mann Cup championships and participated in nine all star games.
Prior to his latest achievements with the Saskatchewan Rush, Shattler had several other career highlights with the Calgary Roughnecks. In 2011 he was awarded with both the ‘Transition Player of the Year’ and the ‘League MVP". Shattler also represents Team Iroquois on an international level where he helped secure three world championships; One bronze medal in field lacrosse, and two silver medals in box lacrosse.
At present, Shattler is the all time leading scorer amongst aboriginals in box lacrosse, and number 11 in the NLL history.
Currently, Shattler and his family are residing In Regina, Saskatchewan where he has founded, The Shattler Lacrosse Academy; an outlet he uses to spread his knowledge and passion for the sport to individuals all across North America. In 2022, Shattler retired from Pro lacrosse and was inducted North American Indigenous Athlete Hall of Fame.
CAREER NLL PRO STATS as of March 2021:
260 GP 374G 576A 950PTS
- 3rd in games played NLL history
- 11th in goals in NLL history
- 9th in assists in NLL history
"I want to reach out to our youth, teach them the game and history. I want to give our youth a chance to be a part of something, interact and be active. My promise is to teach our youth the game. I love the skills I've learned and share in the life lessons and opportunities that I've had along the way"