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| 5 ft 9 in (1.75 m)|
170 lb (77 kg)
|Teams|| Binghamton Whalers (AHL) |
Hartford Whalers (NHL)
Washington Capitals (NHL)
Montreal Canadiens (NHL)
|Born|| March 24,1955,|
Brantford, Ontario, Canada
|NHL Draft|| 24th overall, 1975|
Toronto Maple Leafs
|WHA Draft|| 30th overall, 1975|
|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.
|Winner of the Frank J. Selke Trophy|
| Succeeded by|
|Bill Masterton Trophy Winner|
| Succeeded by|