Jeremy Javielle is a former goaltender for Team Daiku, playing from 2005-2013. He was the starting goaltender, along with his brother, Gemel Javielle, who took the starting jobs for two years before being replaced by Anton Carlyle. His brother, Daiku Javielle, is the team's captain.
After the disappointing end to the 2011-2012 Season, where the team had a 53-17-0 record and lost 4-1 in the SHL Cup Finals to the Green Hornets, Jeremy announced his matter of leave, citing that he can't continue having "such a disappointing result". Despite this, he played 20 games in the 2012-2013 Season. His number was honoured and retired during the 2014-2015 Season, along with his brother, Gemel.
Jeremy was known for his quick stick play and advantageous use of behind-the-net play. He remains as the only goaltender for the team to eclipse 30 wins, and is the franchise leader in shutouts for a season and in total, in which he had 14 during the 2011-2012 Season. During the same season, he won the Goliath Ironwall Trophy for best goaltender, having a 1.76 GAA, 94.9% SV, and 14 shutouts.
He was the fastest goaltender to reach 200 wins, doing so in 310 games, winning the prize in the 2012-2013 Season. That same season, his record was broken by Buck Kampra, who did the same in 309 games.