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Jarvis' ironman streak could be next major NHL record broken

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Jarvis’ ironman streak could be next major NHL record broken

After Patrick Marleau passed Gordie Howe recently for the most video games played in NHL history, the ironman streak of Doug Jarvis could be the next turning point to fall.

Jarvis played in a record 964 successive video games – every video game for 12 complete seasons from 1975 through 1987 on 3 various groups while raising the Stanley Cup 4 times with Montreal.

Florida’s Keith Yandle, Marleau and Arizona’s Phil Kessel are all less than a complete season far from passing Jarvis. Now 66 and an advisor for the Vancouver Canucks, Jarvis is rooting for his record to be broken.

“They all have a pretty good opportunity that they will bypass 964, I would think,” Jarvis stated. “I’m happy for them. To be able to play in the game of hockey at the NHL level for all those years and those games and to really basically avoid injury, I think that’s tremendous.”

Yandle is the front-runner, 47 video games back of Jarvis at age 34 with 2 seasons left on his agreement. The defenseman has actually credited his moms and dads for his work principles.

“I’m lucky every day just to be playing in the NHL and calling this a job,” Yandle stated in March prior to playing his 1,000th regular-season video game. “Never really thought I’d even make it to the NHL, so it’s one of those things where I’m just kind of enjoying the ride and enjoying every minute of it.”

Marleau is 62 video games behind however he turns 42 in September and would require to play another season to have a possibility. Prior to passing Howe’s mark of 1,767 video games played, Marleau stated the exact same thing keeps him appearing to the rink: “I just love it. There’s nothing else like it.”

Kessel is 33, won the Stanley Cup two times with Pittsburgh and has a year left on his agreement. He is likewise producing at a high level for the Coyotes, who remain in playoff contention.

“I haven’t changed anything,” Kessel stated just recently. “My body’s feeling better than it did last year. Whenever your body feels good, it helps a little bit.”

Jarvis is feeling great 33 years because his streak ended and he hung up his skates for great.

“I have too many colleagues that have played the game and they’re dealing with sore hips and knees and shoulders,” Jarvis stated. “I’m good – really no issues. I enjoy running. I like to stay active that way. I feel very blessed.”

CANADA PLAYOFFS CONCERN

The NHL won’t need to stage its whole postseason in a quarantined bubble like in 2015, however Canada’s 4 playoff groups deal with some concerns. If constraints don’t relieve north of the border and travel is a problem, the league could think about something like a mini-North Department bubble or move the winner to the U.S. when the playoffs get to the last 4.

“It’s going to depend on government regulations in terms of where we’re going to be able to travel our players and our teams and where we can’t,” Commissioner Gary Bettman stated Tuesday. ”If we can’t take a trip in Canada, either as amongst the provinces or from the U.S. to Canada and back, we’ll make whatever modifications we need to do to get the playoffs entirely. It’s extremely unforeseeable.”

TELEVISION DOLLARS AND CAP

NHL groups will recover some pandemic profits losses with Seattle’s $650 million growth charge and the cash from brand-new U.S. media rights handle ESPN and Turner Sports. Bettman anticipates that windfall to assist the wage cap boost “sooner than it otherwise would have” however stay at $81.5 million for most likely the next number of seasons.

“We have a fairly large escrow to be made up, and until we do, the cap is basically flat,” Bettman stated. “The increase in value obviously is going to shorten the timeframe that perhaps many had projected when we did the return to play for last season and extended the collective bargaining agreement.”

VIDEO GAME OF THE WEEK

Sidney Crosby and the Pittsburgh Penguins check out the Washington Capitals on Thursday and Saturday in a prospective East Department playoff sneak peek.

LEADERS (through Monday)

Objectives: Auston Matthews (Toronto), 34; Assists: Connor McDavid (Edmonton), 53; Points: McDavid, 81; Ice time: Drew Doughty (Los Angeles), 26:47; Wins: Andrei Vasilevskiy (Tampa Bay), 28; Goals-against average: Jeremy Swayman (Boston), 1.57; Conserve portion: Swayman, .946.

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AP Sports Author Josh Dubow contributed.

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