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Whalers career highlights
Doug Jarvis and Steve Weeks
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Doug Jarvis Whalers Career Highlights
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DATE HIGHLIGHT
12/7/1985 Doug Jarvis plays his 1st Whalers game vs Boston. 
12/28/1985 Doug Jarvis scores his 1st Whalers goal vs Toronto. 
11/22/1986 Doug Jarvis plays his 900th consecutive NHL game, recording a goal and an assist vs the New York Islanders. 
12/23/1986 Doug Jarvis ties Garry Unger's NHL recored for consecutive games played with his 914th (recording an assist in the game) vs Boston. 
12/26/1986 Doug Jarvis supplants Garry Unger as the NHL's "Ironman" by playing in his record 915th consecutive NHL game. 
3/7/1987 Doug Jarvis records his 400th NHL point (an assist) vs Philadelphia. 
3/21/1987 Doug Jarvis scores his 17th (and final) Whalers goal (shorthanded, his 2nd of the game) vs Minnesota. 
4/8/1987 Doug Jarvis plays his 100th NHL playoff game vs Quebec. 
4/16/1987 Doug Jarvis plays his 105th (and final) NHL playoff game vs Quebec. 
5/19/1987 Doug Jarvis is awarded the Masterton Trophy for his perseverance, sportsmanship, and dedication to the game of hockey. 
10/10/1987 Doug Jarvis plays his 964th consecutive (and last) NHL game setting the NHL record for consecutive games played vs the New York Rangers. 
10/11/1987 Doug Jarvis is a health scratch vs Boston ending his consecutive game streak at 964 (1069 including his 105 playoff games). 
2/7/1988 Larry Pleau is named head coach replacing Jack Evans (who remains as special assistant to the GM). Doug Jarvis assumes the head coaching position in Binghampton. 
5/27/1988 Claude Larose is named Directory of Hockey Operations and Head Coach of the Binghampton Whalers (replacing Doug Jarvis who's contract is bought out).