Seth Jarvis is officially sticking around
This is a major takeaway from this game and a monumental moment for years to come. Seth Jarvis played in his 10th NHL game, meaning that his entry-level deal will begin to run out this season. He’s officially arrived in the NHL, and he marked the occasion with another assist in this game. Carolina’s rookie is starting to shine with the makings of a true superstar.
Jarvis’ performances have earned him the right to be on the team, and he’s now playing on the Hurricanes vaunted top line. He’s been a major success since he came up to the big time, and he’s been a shining light for the Carolina Hurricanes this season. There were a lot of question marks about him coming into this season, but he’s answered them all and left no questions.
This now means that Jarvis is sticking around for the foreseeable future. He’s become one of the best players on the team and a staple of the top six. It’s a matter of time until we see him on the premier Powerplay unit, and he’s becoming such a difference-maker in those tight games. When the Canes take to the ice for the future, number 24 is going to be a big part of the result from here.
Jarvis’ time in Raleigh has really opened the eyes of a lot of people. We expected him to be good, but no one expected him to be this good right away. We will all talk soon about the Carolina Hurricanes and Jarvis being a potential Calder candidate, but right now Jarvis is just being the player everyone wanted him to be when the canes took him 13th overall in 2020.