Since Seth Jarvis iced on October 31, Carolina Hurricanes fans took notice of the young Canadian. When he scored the first goal of his second game, everyone knew that this boy had something special. When he scored two disallowed goals in a 24-hour period, he captured the hearts of fans who wanted nothing more than to see the 19-year-old score his goal. me. The long wait allow The ultimate goal has come to the Vegas Golden Knights, and the Caniacs are all excited for him.
Since Las Vegas, he’s scored a goal in both Anaheim and Los Angeles, putting him on the three-game roster and we hope this is the start of things to come. While he officially has four goals in the season, most fans are correct it is *six. No matter who he was paired with, he was produced. When he paired up with Derek Stepan and Stephen Lorentz, that created a lot of scoring opportunities, and when he paired up with Andrei Svechnikov and Sebastian Aho, he really shined.
“It was fun (to play with him),” said Sebastian Aho after the Golden Knights game. “He is a good child. He can really skate and is a smart player. It’s been fun to play with him, and I’m just trying to find him and obviously he can score,” (from ‘Hurricanes vibe check: Streaking on West Coast, Seth Jarvis is an NHL player,’ The Athletic, 11/20 / 21)
Look at where he comes from
As a Manitoban, geography landed him in the Western Hockey League, and the Portland Winterhawks, grateful for that fact, chose him in first round, eleventh total, in the 2017 WHL Input Draft.
In his first season, he played 11 games, starting with two assists. The following season, he played 61 games, scoring 16 goals and providing 23 assists. His shining season has come to where it matters, his draft year. In his third season with the Winterhawks, he had 42 goals and 56 assists in 58 games. He showcased the kind of player and person he is by winning the Brad Hornung Trophy, the award given annually to the WHL Sportsman of the Year.
Given the type of player Canes have in their dressing room, including the 2021 Lady Byng Cup winner for the most athletic player in the NHL, Jaccob Slavin, it’s no surprise that they’ve got their eye on him. .
Jarvis had the choice to go to college or play in Portland, and he chose Portland. He set his sights on the NHL and chose the WHL path knowing it would put him on the path to the NHL. His coach in Portland, Mike Johnston, coached the Pittsburgh Penguins for a season before moving back to Portland.
The Winterhawks produced a large number of NHL first-round picks, such as Ryan Johansen, Braydon Coburn, and Seth Jones, as well as Hall of Famers Marian Hossa, Mark Messier, and Cam Neely. Not only that, but the great Glen Wesley of the storm was also a Winterhawk, and ironically the man whose injury brought Jarvis into the squad, Nino Niederreiter, was from the Hawks.
In the 2020 NHL Input Draft, The storm chose Seth Jarvis from the Winterhawks with their 13th pick. On December 28, he signed a three-year entry deal with the team and made his first game on October 31, 2021, after Neiderreiter had to miss the game due to injury.
Jarvis is still a teenager and according to NHL rules, a team can play youth outlook in up to nine NHL games without any penalty to their contract or the claim of five services affecting the free agent. The moment a player enters the 10th game, it activates their contract and brings them closer to a year of being a free agent.
Look at him now
Tonight, Jarvis will have his 10th NHL game, which officially means the first year of his NHL contract expires at the end of the season. Right now, all signs are pointing that he will stay with the big boys for the rest of the season. He’s proving that he’s completely capable compete at a high level.
Luckily for Jarvis, his current teammates, Aho and Svechnikov, both started the rookie season full-time with the Hurricanes and can help guide him on his life’s new path. That is the path taken by captain Jordan Staal and a new member of the team, Stepan.
Jarvis’ scoring record came right away to Hurricanes great Ron Francis and teammate Svechnikov. If this is his record for being this fast at the start of the season, we’re sure to see a lot in the coming years. It is clear that he has found his place with his teammates and feels comfortable there. It shows how well he is playing and how much his teammates have liked him.
As Canes Colored Commentator Tripp Tracy observed after his goal against Anaheim Ducks’ John Gibson, the goal and the way he works with his teammates is an expression of Jarvellousness.
Many, myself included, worry about how the season will turn out after losing solid goalkeepers and defenders Dougie Hamilton. We wonder how, after how powerful last season’s storms were, they were able to make such a change. They are definitely showing us the way. Frederik Andersen has been a bulwark and new defenders at Ethan Bear, Ian Cole and Tony DeAngelo have all shown their strengths.
I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again, hockey is showing why it has a home in the south. I joined many fanbases in my day, but Caniacs is unlike any other. They love the team as much as the team loves having passionate fans who take the road trips with them.
Hi guys, my name is Casey Bridge and I cover Hurricane Carolina for THW. Even though I’m a Steel City-born, a former season member with the Lightning, and live in Orlando, I’ve been a big Caniac as long as I’ve watched hockey. I started my hockey career as a Timekeeper for the PA Vulcans University hockey club in California during college, but I became a writer after moving to Orlando. Hope to one day work with Hockey Ministries International as a chaplain. You can often find me tweeting about hockey @Cas_Bridge or posting pictures of hockey and cats on @caseybridge.
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