Seth Jarvis Stats
- Height / Weight
- 70 / 184 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 2/1/2002 (21)
Seth Jarvis Last 10 Games
Seth Jarvis News
Carolina Hurricanes forward Seth Jarvis scored his ninth goal of the season in Tuesday's 4-1 win against Philadelphia. He made the game safe with the team's third goal late in the final frame. With the goal, Jarvis now has eight points across his last five appearances. Having added nine assists to his tally in 21 games, the 21-year-old has taken up a spot among Carolina's top scorers this season, with only Sebastian Aho (19) ahead of Jarvis (18).
Carolina Hurricanes forward Seth Jarvis led the team's offense in Thursday's 7-4 loss to the Kraken, producing two goals and an assist with five shots on net. All three points came in the third period when Carolina attempted a comeback from a 4-1 deficit. Jarvis, who led all forwards on the team with 19:25 of ice time, bagged one of his goals with the man advantage and is now among the league leaders with three power-play goals. It's been an impressive start to the campaign from the 21-year-old with six points (four goals, two assists) in five games, and the Hurricanes will certainly need even more offense from him with Sebastian Aho (upper body) and Andrei Svechnikov (knee) out of the lineup.
Carolina Hurricanes winger Seth Jarvis tallied a team-high two points in Thursday's Game 1 loss to Florida. Both of his points came in power-play situations as Jarvis opened the scoring 19:48 into the first period and helped Stefan Noesen tie the game at two early in the third. The contest then had nearly 80 minutes of overtime play, but Jarvis and the Hurricanes couldn't generate any more offense and eventually took a very painful 3-2 loss in front of home crowd. Jarvis has been outstanding for the team during the playoffs, putting up 10 points in 12 games with five goals and five assists. Only Sebastian Aho (11) has registered more points among all Hurricanes skaters.
Carolina Hurricanes winger Seth Jarvis had a very memorable night Thursday against Montreal, scoring his first career hat trick in a 6-2 win. He completed the job with a short-handed goal inside the final minute of play, becoming the fourth youngest player in team history to register a hat trick. It was a spectacular way to end a scoring drought, as the 21-year-old had recorded only two points in his previous 11 appearances. Considering his status as a first-liner on the team, Jarvis really should be more consistent with his offensive output, but he's still young and learning and can only get better. Thursday's hat trick gives him 11 goals for the season and he's dished out 16 assists in 54 games.