Sport Seth Jarvis Has Been an Asset for Hurricanes in Rookie Season

23:00  25 november  2021
23:00  25 november  2021 Source:   si.com

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Seth Jarvis (born February 1, 2002) is a Canadian professional ice hockey centre currently playing for the Carolina Hurricanes of the National Hockey League (NHL). Jarvis was selected 13th overall by the Hurricanes in the 2020 NHL Entry Draft.

Of interest: Seth Jarvis is still on it. The Canes on Sunday assigned five players to the Chicago Wolves, their American Hockey League affiliate, reducing the roster to 35 players. But sending Jarvis , 19, to the AHL is not an option for the Canes — the crux of the problem. The Canes like the forward “It’s been awesome,” Jarvis said of camp on Sunday. “Little banged up at the start (but) healed up. I feel like I’ve been strong and where I left off in the (Tampa) rookie tournament and picked up full stride and I’ve enjoyed it ever since.” Jarvis said there has been little feedback to him about the Canes’

Seth Jarvis is here to stay for the Carolina Hurricanes, and he's making the team better, too.

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With his 10th game in the books, the Carolina Hurricanes have officially signaled to the hockey world that 2020 first-round pick Seth Jarvis is an NHL player. And an effective one at that.

Jarvis' path to becoming a full-time NHLer is unique. he was among the CHL contingent of players that started last season in the AHL because of the COVID-19 pandemic preventing some leagues from playing, including the WHL.

At one point, he led the AHL in scoring with seven goals and four assists. Thankfully for the rest of the league, the victimization would end after he was sent back to the WHL once the season resumed later in the campaign.

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Seth Jarvis ’ first NHL goal sparked a comeback win for the Hurricanes in Chicago. This is a player in the back half of his career who has accepted his role from day one. Jarvis is benefitting from playing with him, and the Hurricanes seriously benefitted last night from those two being on the ice

And that has been the past few columns, hasn’t it? After scoring the winning goal in two consecutive games, he opened up the scoring Saturday in the Canes’ 5-4 barn-burning win over the Kings. He became the fourth rookie for the franchise in the past 30 years to record a goal in three-plus Jarvis has scored four even-strength goals in nine games, and it would’ve been six if two hadn’t been disallowed. He’s also had an assist, two winning goals and a heck of a net-front presence. According to NaturalStatTrick.com, he’s drawn four penalties, and he’s up there in the league with 15 total

Jarvis went back to the Portland Winterhawks where he continued to be a two-way force. While his offensive numbers took a bit of a step back on a per-game basis, he was clearly one of the most skilled players in the western league and his defensive game looked quite improved.

With nothing left to prove at the WHL level and the AHL not being an option as Jarvis remains a teenager, the Canes kept him on their roster to start the season. It took a while, but on Halloween night, Jarvis finally made his debut – and announced to the world that he was ready for the big show.

Jarvis' trademark puck skill and agility have shown up in flashes during his short NHL tenure, but it’s his persistence and adaptability that has allowed him to find success early on. He has found the scoresheet in six of his 11 games with four goals and two assists, but it could have easily been more impressive had two consecutive goals not been called back.

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• Seth Jarvis may have seen the last of his time with Portland in the WHL. He was injured while playing for Lehigh Valley in the AHL, and is scheduled to have shoulder surgery, a procedure that will keep him out of the lineup for at least five months. Last season , Foerster injured his other shoulder and missed significant time. Another highly touted Flyers prospect, Zayde Wisdom underwent shoulder surgery in August, and no return date has been established for him.

Martin Necas scored and Seth Jarvis had a goal for the third straight game in the Carolina Hurricanes ' 5-4 win over the Los Angeles Kings on Saturday. “It was a little too loose for us," Los Angeles center Blake Lizotte said. “Kind of race-horse hockey, trading chances back and forth, and that’s not typically our identity.” Transition offense was the Hurricanes ’ strength throughout the game, and it finally gave them a lead they were able to protect in the second period when Necas put them up 5-4 with 34 seconds left.

The AHL experience he had last season has proven valuable as he has stepped into the NHL seamlessly. Early returns, as you can see on the chart below, have been quite nice for the now-former Portland Winterhawk forward.

Jarvis has put up excellent results in a limited sample size at five-on-five. His power-play numbers look a bit underwhelming but should turn around as his skill set lends itself to playing with the man advantage in a major way. High skill, impressive passing, and a sneaky good shot tend to all play well on the man advantage.

Coach Rod Brind'Amour has put Jarvis in a position to succeed, and it's working out. Playing primarily with Sebastian Aho and Andrei Svechnikov, the Hurricanes rookie is being given the run that most young players dream of. The trio has played at an extremely high level with a goals-for percentage of 72.69 percent and a shot-share of 58.04 percent.

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Carolina Hurricanes rookie Seth Jarvis has been impressive in his first 8 NHL hockey games, and may not return to junior with Portland Winterhawks of the WHL. Twice this season he has had goals taken away, the first after Jarvis was ruled to have been offside entering the zone. Jarvis was awarded his first NHL penalty shot Thursday but failed to convert against goalie John Gibson. That steamed him a little, but he then scored the winner, banking a shot from behind the goal line off Gibson.

The Hurricanes are thankful for the emergence of rookie forward Seth Jarvis , who has looked comfortable and confident playing on the top line with Sebastian Aho and Teuvo Teravainen. Jarvis was the No. 13 pick in the 2020 NHL Draft. Video: CAR@LAK: Jarvis gets Hurricanes on board. 2. Florida Panthers (14-2-3). Total points: 195. Last week: No. 2. The Panthers are thankful for home games. They won 2-1 in overtime against the Philadelphia Flyers on Wednesday to improve to 11-0-0 at FLA Live Arena this season , tying the 1963-64 Chicago Black Hawks for the best start to a season at

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Putting young, skilled players in the bottom six early in their careers is a recipe for disaster. Oftentimes, teams and fanbases complain when their high-end prospects look less than stellar early in their career despite not accounting for the fact that they are the only offensive presence on the fourth line, playing ten minutes a night. Brind'Amour has ensured that is not the case with Jarvis.

Jarvis blends high-level puck skills with impressive vision of the ice that allows him to put himself in the right place at the right time. His pace is through the roof as he looks to put the defenders on their heels regularly with his speed and agility.

Many scouts and analysts questioned whether the 2020 No. 13 overall pick would be able to play his game at the NHL level. Jarvis has translated his skill and ability to the NHL showing that he belongs in the show.

Confidence is key for young players and Jarvis has it in spades. Jarvis is here to stay.

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