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Roby Järventie

Born:Aug 8, 2002Draft: 2020 Senators, 33rd Overall
Hometown:Tampere, FINPosition:Left Wing
Known For:U20 WJC Bronze Medal (2021)Shoots:Left
National Team:FinlandCurrent Team:Belleville Senators (OHL)

Roby Järventie (born August 8, 2002) is a Finnish ice hockey player, currently under contract with the Ottawa Senators. After spending five seasons with the Ilves hockey program in Finland, he made his North American debut with the Belleville Senators of the Ontario Hockey League (OHL). Järventie was selected 33rd overall by the Senators in the 2020 NHL Entry Draft.

Roby Jarventie Team Finland
Roby Jarventie of Team Finland (Pasi Mennander / Finnish Ice Hockey Association)

In his first complete season in North America, Järventie recorded 11 goals and 33 points in 70 games with Belleville. He added one goal in two playoff games while remaining at an even rating and no penalty minutes. Internationally, he’s represented Finland on three occasions, capturing a silver medal at the 2018 World U-17 Hockey Challenge and a bronze medal at the 2021 IIHF World Junior Championship.

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Deeper Dive


  • U16 Pohjola Camp Roster (Ilves) (2017)
  • EYOF Bronze Medal (2019)
  • U17 WHC Silver Medal (2019)
  • Finland2 (Mestis) Most Goals by Rookie (23) (2020)
  • Finland2 (Mestis) Rookie of the Month (January, 2020)
  • Finland2 (Mestis) Second All-Star Team (2020)
  • Liiga Most Goals by Rookie (14) (2021)
  • U20 WJC Bronze Medal (2021)