Jeff Jackson, Head Coach - University of Notre Dame (NCAAM-DI)
Project Stanley Podcast
The 2020-21 season marks University of Notre Dame hockey coach Jeff Jackson’s 16th season behind the Irish bench. During his first 15 seasons, the program has enjoyed a great deal of success, including four trips to the Frozen Four and eight conference championships. The highly regarded Jackson has over 30 years of coaching experience and led Notre Dame to back-to-back Big Ten tournament championship seasons in 2018 and 2019 while also guiding the Irish to the 2018 national title game en route to being named the Spencer Penrose Award winner as the National Coach of the Year. Jackson was also named the Spencer Penrose award winner in 2007 and he is one of just 14 coaches to have earned the honor multiple times (dating back to 1951). Additionally, Jackson is the only coach to have earned the honor multiple times in the last 16 seasons.Notre Dame’s Jeff Jackson era began in 2005 when the University searched for a coach who could move the program among the elite hockey schools in the country. The veteran coach owned a resume packed with success at the collegiate, junior hockey, professional and international levels. Throughout his coaching career, Jackson’s teams had been successful both on and off the ice and the hope was that he could deliver those same qualities at Notre Dame.Jackson’s Notre Dame teams have made 10 trips to the NCAA Championship (2007-09, 2011, 2013-14, 2016-19), advancing to the Frozen Four four times and playing in the 2008 and 2018 national title games.During his 15-year run, Notre Dame has become one of the nation’s top teams while playing in the Central Collegiate Hockey Association, Hockey East and now Big Ten. Under Jackson, the Irish won the CCHA regular-season title twice (2006-07 and 2008-09) while earning three Mason Cup championships (2007, 2009 and the final one in 2013). Then, in the team’s first season in the Big Ten (2017-18), Notre Dame captured both the regular season and conference championships and followed up by once again winning the conference tournament in year two (2018-19). Jackson’s success on the ice also has had a major impact off the ice for the Irish. With the wins came a commitment from the University that led to the new home of Irish hockey — The Compton Family Ice Arena — one of the finest college hockey facilities in the nation. The venue opened for business on Oct. 21, 2011.Since Jackson’s arrival, the Irish have had 35 players selected in the National Hockey League Entry Draft (leading into the 2020 NHL Draft), including three first round selections. In that same span, 26 players from USA Hockey’s National Team Developmental Program have matriculated to Notre Dame.During Jackson’s tenure, the Irish have had eight players garner All-America honors — Bobby Nardella in 2019, Cale Morris in 2018, Anders Bjork in 2017, Robbie Russo in 2015, Anders Lee in 2013, Ian Cole and Erik Condra in 2009 and David Brown in 2007. In addition, 24 of Jackson’s Notre Dame players have gone on to play in the NHL.Jackson enters the 2020-21 season with a 20-year collegiate record of 516-258-89 for a .649 winning percentage, the third-highest winning percentage among all active coaches with five years or more in Division I (entering 2020-21). His 516 career wins rank tied for 12th all-time in Division I and second among active coaches (entering 2020-21).
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New Missouri Valley Conference Commissioner Jeff Jackson
Valley Hoops Insider Podcast
Jeff Jackson has been named as the Missouri Valley Conference's tenth Commissioner. He replaces the retiring Doug Elgin who held the post for an historic 33 years. Jackson discusses his journey to the Valley, his background and what lies ahead for college basketball.
Jeff Jackson, the Executive Vice President of Wasserman Hockey, and the agent for NHL superstar Connor McDavid, joins Craig on this week's Full 60. Jackson, who also represents Aaron Ekblad, Connor Brown and Alex Debrincat, discusses how he got into the agent business, originally working for Bobby Orr and Rick Curran. Jackson who went to University after his playing career with Quebec and Toronto was finished, became a lawyer, which paved the way for him to work in the NHL Office, and in the front office for the Toronto Maple Leafs.Jax, has seemingly done it all in hockey, even argued arbitration cases on behalf of teams, against players, before becoming an agent.Jeff, never shy to offer an opinion, shares his feelings on protecting star players from getting cross checked in front of the net, on if McDavid will spend his entire career in Edmonton, and who is favorite GM is, to negotiate with. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Can platonic relationships be successful? In this special episode I sit down with my best friend Jeff Jackson to discuss our platonic relationship and share our experiences with relationships & dating while having platonic friendships.This Listen Up Spotlight goes to the owner the of the Tie Closet, Jeff Jackson. The Tie Closet, is a Modern Neck Tie Company, that added the perfect touch to any style of yours. To learn more about The Tie Closet check out the website https://thetiecloset.com/ and Check out on Social Media Follow on IG @thetiecloset @theejeffjackson
If you thought the new year would mean a break from partisan politics, think again! We start this week's show with North Carolina State Sen. Jeff Jackson, a Democrat from Charlotte, who tells us why he chose to run for U.S. Senate in 2022 and why now is the right time to make that announcement. Then we're joined by Charlotte City Councilmen Larken Egleston and Tariq Bokhari for a roundtable discussion about WCNC's report on Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police still arresting low-level drug offenders despite the district attorney's decision to not pursue the cases. We also discuss how Charlotte's economy is faring one year after the state's first COVID-19 case. In case you hadn't heard, Charlotte received over 100 inquiries for the at-large city council seat. Egleston and Bokhari break down the process of getting a new councilmember and their plans for the future in the Queen City.
Notre Dame's Jeff Jackson talks Fighting Irish, Big Ten, pandemic, analytics – Season 3 Episode 8
Hosts Jim Connelly (@jimmyconnelly) and Ed Trefzger (@EdTrefzger) are joined by Notre Dame head coach Jeff Jackson, whose Fighting Irish swept then-No. 1 Minnesota last weekend. Jackson speaks about this year's team, the Big Ten's response to the pandemic and how his team has adjusted, about analytics vs. the "eye test," and about this weekend's series with Michigan.
This season is all about chasing your passion. But, what happens when you get thrown into your passion? Do you answer the call, or shy away from it. In this episode, we interview Senator Jeff Jackson out of North Carolina who is a prime example of answering the call.