Fantasy Summary

A dangerous, dual-threat offensive weapon. Lives in the high-danger scoring areas.


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March 2022 – Jarvis has been electrifying this year, potting 12 goals and 14 assists for 26 points in 52 games. He has Swiss Army Knifed his way around the Carolina lineup, but is consistently seeing time with Sebastian Aho and/or Andrei Svechnikov, and this bodes very well for the 20-year-old. He also has been putting up a hit per game, with 13 minutes of ice time, showing an ability to play with an edge to go along with his offensive prowess. His 15% shooting percentage is due to regress at some point, but as his 1.5 shots per game is due to increase with more playing time, a steep drop off in goal scoring should be avoided. It’s likely too late to buy low on Jarvis, but if you still can, you should. Alex Wyatt

May 2021 – Jarvis started slowly when the WHL season got going but he finished strong for Portland scoring 13 points in their final 10 games, finishing the season with 27 points in the 24-game season. This came after 11-points in a nine game AHL stint. Jarvis is one of the Canes’ top prospects and will have no trouble producing at any level he plays at next season. Austin Broad


April 2021 – Jarvis started the season slowly in the WHL but he has really kicked it into gear as of late. After having only three points in his first five games he has recorded 11 points in his last nine games bringing his WHL totals up to seven goals and seven assists in 14 games. Coupling his AHL production with his strong play in the shortened WHL season so far it has been a very successful 2021 for the 2020 first-round pick. Austin Broad


March 2021 – Jarvis is returning to Portland (WHL) for the start of their season later this month. He was fantastic in his brief AHL stint this season recording 11 points in nine games for the Wolves. After a 98-point WHL season last year and his impressive AHL run, Jarvis should have no issue dominating Junior hockey this season. It should fully be expected that he is one of, if not the best player in the WHL for the 24-game season this year.  Austin Broad 


February 2021 – After dominating the WHL last year, Jarvis is having no problems adjusting to the AHL. The 2020 13th overall pick has exploded out of the gate for the Chicago Wolves, producing 7-points (4 goals and 3 assists) in his first 5-games.  Jarvis’ speed and skill have translated well to the professional level, not something that comes easy for many 19-year-olds. His production has him leading the team in points early on, and he looks like he’d have no issues staying in the AHL for the entire season.  His play over the next month will be interesting to monitor as the WHL’s American Division is set to return to action on March 19thAustin Broad


January 2021 – Jarvis signed his ELC with the Canes recently right before the World Juniors started, and will work out with the Chicago Wolves until Portland and the WHL is ready to return. Jack LeGwin


October 2020 – Jarvis was drafted 13th overall by the Hurricanes. Jarvis could need a couple of years before he’s pushing for an NHL job but the long-term potential is high with him.  Pat Quinn


June 2020 – Jarvis wrapped up as the top WHL draft-eligible producer with an impressive 42 goals and 98 points in 54 contests for Portland. He simply refuses to be denied access to the inner portion of the offensive zone. His penchant for clicking at a high conversion rate blends well with this style. Jarvis mixes good speed with a fearless and skillful approach. He was an explosive player on one of the top CHL clubs and will look to replicate and increase that level of performance next season – likely with a spot on the Canadian National Team at the WJC. Pat Quinn


February 2020 – Jarvis has been one of the hottest draft-eligible prospects since the start of the new year. He has recorded three five-point games and 47 points in the 17 games since January 1st, helping power him to an impressive 81 points in 49 games. The skilled winger has been an offensive catalyst for a Portland Winterhawks squad that is leading the league in wins. He is constantly around the net front and possesses the ability to score in bunches. His stock in the draft has been on the rise over the course of the year. He’s worked his way into the first-round conversation but if he does slip out of the round one, he could end up being the steal of the draft. Tony Ferrari


November 2019 – Seth Jarvis is a highly-skilled winger who displays a soft touch with the puck and the ability to stickhandle in a phone booth. The puck seems to follow Jarvis around the ice. He populates the high-danger areas around the net, unafraid to wedge his way into a good position at the net front. Jarvis is able to elevate his shot from in tight on a netminder. His affinity for the slot is also prevalent in where he likes to filter the puck as a playmaker. Jarvis is a strong skater who zips around the ice, agile on his edges n all three zones. If his strong play to start the year continues, his stock will continue to rise. Tony Ferrari

Fantasy Upside 8.5
NHL Certainty 7.0
Country CAN
Position RW
Roster Type Junior
Shoot/Glove Right
Date of Birth February 1, 2002
Height 5‘10”
Weight 172 lbs
Drafted 2020 Round 1; Overall: 13


 Season Team League GP G A TP PIM      Playoffs GP G A TP PIM 
 2011-2012 Winnipeg Jr. Jets (Brick)Brick Invitational6 3 25 0|Playoffs2 1 01
 2014-2015 Western Canada Selects U13WSI U139 8 715 2|        
 2015-2016 Winnipeg Monarchs U14 AAAWAAA U1429 48 2169 12|Playoffs9 12 719
  Western Canada Selects U14WSI U147 4 37 0|        
 2016-2017 RINK Hockey Academy Winnipeg U15CSSHL U1530 42 2466 20|Playoffs3 3 25
  RINK Hockey Academy Winnipeg U18CSSHL U186