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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 IHL by the league coaches.
During the 1982–83 season, Jarvis won the Phil Esposito Trophy, which is awarded to the leading scorer of the CHL 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.
In most of his NHL career, Jarvis was a defensive specialist, much like his cousin.
He played in 237 NHL games, scoring 31 goals and 55 assists.
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