Doug Jarvis, 1970-1979, Alumni (Brantford Minor Hockey Association)

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Doug Jarvis
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Participated: 1960-1972
Doug Jarvis, a four-time Stanley Cup champion with the Montreal Canadiens, is currently the head coach of the Habs' AHL affiliate, the Hamilton Bulldogs. It is Jarvis's second stint as an AHL head coach. He led the Binghamton Whalers to a record of 11-10-3 in 24 games at the end of the 1987-88 season. Doug's playing career was spent with Montreal, Washington and Hartford, winning the Stanley Cup in each of his first four pro seasons with the Canadiens (1976-79).

The native of Brantford, Ont., went behind the bench after his retirement, spending 14 seasons as an assistant coach with the Minnesota North Stars/Dallas Stars (1988-2002) and winning another Stanley Cup in 1999. He was awarded the NHL's Selke Trophy in 1984 as the league's best defensive forward, and the Bill Masterton Trophy in 1987 for perseverance, sportsmanship and dedication to hockey for his pursuit of the league's all-time consecutive games played record. Jarvis is the NHL's all-time ironman with 964 consecutive games played from 1975-87.
Doug's Achievements
  • Canada U21
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    1974
    National Team
  • Montreal Canadiens
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    1975-1982
    National Hockey League
  • Washington Capitals
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    1982-1986
    National Hockey League
  • Hartford Whalers
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    1985-1988
    National Hockey League
  • Peterborough Petes
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    1972-1975
    Canadian Hockey League
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