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Winnipeg’s Seth Jarvis named WHL Player of the Week for second time in three weeks

by Ezra Ginsburg  |  January 27, 2020 3:00 pm

Seth Jarvis of the Portland Winterhawks has been named the Western Hockey League’s Player of the Week for the second time in the last three weeks.

The 17-year-old recorded nine points (four goals, five assists) in two games as the Winterhawks won both of their games. The Winterhawks are now undefeated in regulation in their past 21 games (19-0-1-1).

Jarvis record five points (two goals, three assists) last Friday against the Tri-City Americans and followed that up with a four point performance (two goals, two assists) the next night against the Seattle Thunderbirds.

Jarvis is now up to 63 points (26 goals, 37 assists) in 41 games this season, which leads the Winterhawks. Jarvis is tied for 4th in WHL scoring, is tied for 8th in goals, and tied for 7th in assists.

NHL Central Scouting released their 2020 Mid-Term Draft rankings in early January and Jarvis was ranked 19th overall amongst North American skaters.


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