Hurricanes' Jarvis leaves Game 7 vs. Rangers after hit from Trouba

Watch as New York Rangers defenceman Jacob Trouba lays down a massive hit on Carolina Hurricanes' Seth Jarvis in Game 7 of their series.

One of the Carolina Hurricanes' most important offensive players was forced to leave Game 7 against the New York Rangers with what the team is calling an upper-body injury.

Seth Jarvis was injured early in the first period Monday on a hit from the Rangers' Jacob Trouba. While the hit connected with his shoulder, Jarvis was visibly shaken up on the play and was slow to get to the bench. He had to be helped to the locker room and was ruled out for the remainder of the game during the first intermission.

Jarvis, who at age 20 is the youngest player remaining in the Stanley Cup Playoffs, has three goals and eight points in 14 games this post-season.

He had 40 points in 68 games during the regular season to finish eighth on the rookie scoring list.

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