Seth Jarvis asks for passage in Los Canes

A young Canadian from 19 years is knocking at the door of the Carolina Hurricanes since he debuted on October 31 in the NHL. It is the forward Seth Jarvis who in fourteen games in the League has added seven points (4 goals and 3 assists) and has even canceled two goals, so he is showing a great potential and ask for passage to stay on the Carolina team roster.

It doesn’t matter who I’m paired with, since with anyone you add points. If you are with Derek Stepan and Stephen Lorentz, I think many chances to score, and when paired with Andrei Svechnikov and Sebastian Aho, shines. All signs are that he will stay with the first team for the rest of the season as he is showing that he is fully capable of competing at the highest level.


Seth Jarvis with the WHL Winterhawks |  Photo: Portland Winterhawks
Seth Jarvis with the WHL Winterhawks | Photo: Portland Winterhawks

He was born in Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada in 2002. He was elected to the draft of the Western Hockey League (WHL) in 2017 for the Portland winterhawks in the first round, eleventh pick. After two discreet seasons it exploded in its third, coinciding with the year of draft of the NHL that it corresponded to enter achieving 97 points (42 goals and 56 assists) in 58 games winning the Brad Horung trophy to the sportiest player in the WHL.

At draft of 2020 was selected in the first round, thirteenth election, by the Carolina Hurricanes, with whom he signed on December 28 of that same year a entry level contract age three, playing matches last season with his affiliate in the American Hockey League (AHL) the Chicago Wolves and with Portland on the WHL. Debuted this season with the Canes in the NHL where he has played the fourteen games that were already reviewed previously and where ask for passage to stay in the NHL despite his 19 years.