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Doug Jarvis
Dougjarvis
Position Centre
Shot Left
Height
Weight
5 ft 9 in (1.75 m)
170 lb (77 kg)
Teams Binghamton Whalers (AHL)
Hartford Whalers (NHL)
Washington Capitals (NHL)
Montreal Canadiens (NHL)
Nationality Flag of Canada Canadian
Born March 24,1955,
Brantford, Ontario, Canada
NHL Draft 24th overall, 1975
Toronto Maple Leafs
WHA Draft 30th overall, 1975
Houston Aeros
Pro Career 1975 – 1988


Douglas M. "Doug" Jarvis (born March 24, 1955 in Brantford, Ontario) was a Canadian professional forward who played for the Montreal Canadiens, Washington Capitals and Hartford Whalers in the National Hockey League. Originally drafted by the Toronto Maple Leafs organization in the 1975 NHL Entry Draft, he was traded almost right away to the Canadiens in exchange for Greg Hubick.

Doug Jarvis is the NHL's record holder in consecutive games played with 964; breaking the previous record, set by centre Garry Unger, of 914. He won the Bill Masterton Trophy in 1987 and the Frank J. Selke Trophy in 1984. He won the Stanley Cup four times as a player (with Montreal in 1976, 1977, 1978, and 1979) and one as an assistant coach (with Dallas in 1999). Jarvis served as an assistant coach for the Minnesota/Dallas Stars during Pierre Pagé, Bob Gainey and Ken Hitchcock's tenures in Dallas. He stayed with the team 14 years, making it the longest period of time for an assistant-coach with the same team. He was an associate coach with the Montreal Canadiens until 2009.

Doug Jarvis is married to his wife Linda, and they have two children, Landry and Laura.

Career statisticsEdit

    Regular season   Playoffs
Season Team League GP G A Pts PIM GP G A Pts PIM
1972–73 Peterborough Petes OHA 63 20 49 69 14 -- -- -- -- --
1973–74 Peterborough Petes OHA 70 31 53 84 27 -- -- -- -- --
1974–75 Peterborough Petes OMJHL 69 45 88 133 39 -- -- -- -- --
1975–76 Montreal Canadiens NHL 80 5 30 35 16 13 2 1 3 2
1976–77 Montreal Canadiens NHL 80 16 22 38 14 14 0 7 7 2
1977–78 Montreal Canadiens NHL 80 11 28 39 23 15 3 5 8 12
1978–79 Montreal Canadiens NHL 80 10 13 23 16 12 1 3 4 4
1979–80 Montreal Canadiens NHL 80 13 11 24 28 10 4 4 8 2
1980–81 Montreal Canadiens NHL 80 16 22 38 34 3 0 0 0 0
1981–82 Montreal Canadiens NHL 80 20 28 48 20 5 1 0 1 4
1982–83 Washington Capitals NHL 80 8 22 30 10 4 0 1 1 0
1983–84 Washington Capitals NHL 80 13 29 42 12 8 2 3 5 6
1984–85 Washington Capitals NHL 80 9 28 37 32 5 1 0 1 2
1985–86 Washington Capitals NHL 25 1 2 3 16 -- -- -- -- --
1985–86 Hartford Whalers NHL 57 8 16 24 20 10 0 3 3 4
1986–87 Hartford Whalers NHL 80 9 13 22 20 6 0 0 0 4
1987–88 Hartford Whalers NHL 2 0 0 0 2 -- -- -- -- --
1987–88 Binghamton Whalers AHL 24 5 4 9 4 -- -- -- -- --
NHL totals 964 139 264 403 263 105 14 27 41 42


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Preceded by
Bobby Clarke
Winner of the Frank J. Selke Trophy
1984
Succeeded by
Craig Ramsay
Preceded by
Charlie Simmer
Bill Masterton Trophy Winner
1987
Succeeded by
Bob Bourne

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