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Jim 'Bud' Jarvis

jersey no 5
born 7-Dec-1907 Fort Williams, ONT
height 5'6"
weight 165
died 7-May-1983
Acquired : • 18-Oct-1930 - Transferred to Philadelphia after Pittsburgh franchise relocated
Lost : • 26-Sep-1931 - Claimed by NY Rangers from Philadelphia in Dispersal Draft

Played with the Port Arthur Ports in 1927-28 and 1928-29 … First NHL season was with the 1929-30 Pirates ... Jarvis “signed his allegiance to Frank Frederickson of the down-trodden Pittsburg Pirates, after a final amateur season of prolific scoring,” the Toronto Globe reported on November 6, 1929 (he scored 26 goals in 37 games with the Ports in two years) ... In his year as a Pirate, notched a more modest 11 goals and eight assists in the full 44-game schedule ... Jarvis, age 22, shared starting spots at left wing with Syd Howe early in the season, but was a frequent starter beginning in mid-February 1931 … Scored five goals and was credited with seven assists in 44 games with the Quakers ... Scored twice in the last game the Quakers played, the memorable 4-4 tie with the Canadiens in Montreal on March 21, 1931 ... Another of his goals was a game-tying goal (in Philadelphia’s 2-2 tie with Ottawa November 18, 1930) ... One of the smaller Quakers at 5’ 6” … The Philadelphia Inquirer reported he was “one of Cooper Smeaton’s fast-skating kids who is making a name and reputation for himself” … The Toronto Star concurred at midseason, calling him “speedy” … Arthur Siegel of the Boston Herald wrote following a fight-filled Quaker game in Boston Christmas night of 1930, “Bud Jarvis is the rough tough guy of the Quakers, although D’Arcy Coulson, the millionaire defenceman, is prone to plebian gestures on occasion” … Jarvis ranked fifth among Quakers in penalty minutes (30) … Claimed by the New York Rangers in dispersal draft on September 26, 1931 ... Jarvis played 39 games for Springfield Indians of the CAHL in 1931-32 (four goals, five assists) … Spent five years with the Buffalo Bisons (IHL, IAHL) before one last stint with the NHL, when he scored one goal for the 1936-37 Toronto Maple Leafs in 24 games ... The Toronto Globe and Mail called him “a real hustler going both ways” … Andy Lytle of the Toronto Daily Star called Jarvis “a game little sucker and a real warrior when pucks are to be taken care of and one-man raids engineered” … Next played for the Syracuse Stars, Providence Reds, Hershey Bears, and Geraldton Gold Miners … Last year as a player: 1943-44, with the AHL Hershey Bears (eight goals, 14 assists).

Regular Season
GP G A Pts PIM +/- PP SH GW GT Sht Sh%
1930-31 435712 30
TOTAL 435712 3000 0000

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