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May 30, 1958 |
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
|Height||5 ft 11 in (180 cm)|
|Weight||185 lb (84 kg; 13 st 3 lb)|
|Played for||Washington Capitals
Minnesota North Stars
Los Angeles Kings
Toronto Maple Leafs
|NHL Draft||213th overall
Selected by the Washington Capitals in the 1978 NHL Entry Draft, Jarvis also played for the Minnesota North Stars, Los Angeles Kings, and Toronto Maple Leafs. Jarvis was the winner of the 1978–79 Gary F. Longman Memorial Trophy, which is awarded to the player voted to be most outstanding in his first season in the International Hockey League by the league coaches. During the 1982–83 season, Jarvis won the Phil Esposito Trophy, which is awarded to the leading scorer of the Central Hockey League for the regular season. His last season of professional hockey was in 1989–90 with the Newmarket Saints. Jarvis was the head coach of the Newmarket Hurricanes of the OPJHL and was an assistant coach with the Barrie Colts for three seasons.
Now living in Ontario with his wife (Darlene) and four daughters (Darcie, Corie, Terrie and Leslie), Wes and former NHL teammate Mike Gartner own and run National Training Rinks, a hockey training and instruction facility. He is the uncle of Alex Foster. He is cousin with Doug Jarvis.
- Biographical information and career statistics from Legends of Hockey, or The Internet Hockey Database
- Profile at hockeydraftcentral.com
|Winner of the Phil Esposito Trophy
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