And this one counts for Seth Jarvis!
This rookie has been so good during his time in the NHL. He’s going to force the hand of the coaching staff and keep him up with the big team, burning the first year of his entry-level deal, and making it so that he will have to be re-signed at the same time as some of the teams’ stars. But that is an issue for three years from now, as Seth Jarvis continues to make a major impact on the NHL.
He’s smart defensively, he’s good on the puck, he’s smart when he’s in possession, he’s always in the right areas, he’s a good skater, and he works hard. Seth Jarvis has all the makings of a superstar to be, and right now, he’s just a joy to watch. Not many people will be aware of the rookie phenom, but that will change with time. Each passing game seems to make him a better player.
With Jarvis on the right-wing, this team has been kicked in the rear end multiple times, as his second NHL goal, and his third time putting the puck in the net in three nights (while the other two have been disallowed) turned out to be the game-winner in this one. He’s going to be a big-time player for the Carolina Hurricanes moving forward, and there’s absolutely no denying that. He’s too talented to doubt at this point.
Jarvis was sensational in this game and has been for a long time, and he’s just so much fun to watch on the ice. He’s only going to get better too, learning from some of the league’s best that play on his line. He’s provided a spark to this team that wasn’t there before. When he was sitting in the press box, this team felt like a machine. Now, Jarvis seems to just light up the faces of fans.