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Jarvis, Doug
Hartford Whalers

No one realized in 1975-76 when Brantford. Ontario's DOUG JARVIS joined the Montreal Canadiens that he would play 964 consecutive games. The iron man won Stanley Cups in his first four seasons in Montreal, where he played for the Canadiens for seven seasons and 560 games. In September 1982, JARVIS was traded to Washington with Rod Langway, Brian Engblom and Craig Laughlin for Ryan Walter and Rick Green. During his fourth season, having played 265 games with the Capitals, JARVIS was sent to Hartford in December 1985. With the Whalers, DOUG JARVIS played 82 games. It was during the 1986-87 season, his final campaign in the NHL, that DOUG JARVIS broke Garry Unger's previous consecutive game streak of 914 games. That season, he scored nine goals and 13 assists for 22 points. For his dedication to hockey, DOUG JARVIS was awarded the 1987 MASTERTON TROPHY. The next season began with the defensive specialist playing two more games, but after 964, JARVIS was placed on waivers and sent to the AHL where he finished the season and his playing career. JARVIS scored 139 goals and 264 assists for 403 points in his 964 games. DOUG JARVIS took the ideals and perseverance he learned in the NHL and applied them to coaching -- a natural step in his wonderful career.

Jarvis, Doug