Ondrej Pavelec 31 | Goaltender

Winnipeg Jets

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Thu. Oct 30, 2014 Subscribe 
News: Pavelec stopped 27 of 28 shots Thursday, but allowed the only goal of the shootout to take a 2-1 loss at the hands of the Devils. Impact: Pavelec remains inconsistent, but he's been sharper of late, having posted three one-goal efforts in his last five outings. It's also worth noting that the Jets aren't giving up nearly so many shot attempts as they did last year -- Pavelec has yet to face 30 shots in a game this season. Last year, he had 30-plus shots put on him 29 times in 57 starts.(RotoWire, )
Thu. Oct 30, 2014
News: Pavelec will be between the pipes for Thursday's game against the Devils, according to Tom Gulitti of The Record. Impact: Pavelec will be looking for his third straight win, and fourth in five starts, Thursday night. He will face a Devils squad that has not scored more than three goals in a game since the second game of the season.(RotoWire, )
Wed. Oct 29, 2014
News: Pavelec held the Islanders to three goals on 21 shots in Tuesday's victory, evening his record at 4-4 in the process. Impact: Three of Pavelec's wins have come in his last four starts, but he needed his offense to pick him up a bit Tuesday night. Pavelec owns mediocre ratios (2.52 GAA, .901 save percentage) and doesn't figure to will the Jets to victory most nights, but Winnipeg probably has enough talent at forward and on the blue line to make a .500 record sustainable over the course of an 82-game schedule.(RotoWire, )
Tue. Oct 28, 2014
News: Pavelec will be in the crease Tuesday against the Islanders, Gary Lawless of the Winnipeg Free Press reports. Impact: Pavelec has alternated strong performances with weak ones his last four times out, holding the Hurricanes and Avalanche to one goal in victories and surrendering four goalies apiece to the Flames and Lightning in defeats. That level of inconsistency makes him a tough to count on in daily play to deliver a steady outing against a quality Islanders squad, especially with 12 games on the docket Tuesday night.(RotoWire, )
Oct 26, 2014
News: Pavelec stopped 22 shots in a 2-1 victory over the Avalanche on Sunday. Impact: Pavelec was pulled in his last start after giving up four goals on just 18 shots, but bounced back with a good performance against Colorado. He's still performed merely adequately on the whole this season with a .906 save percentage, but he's now allowed just one goal in two of his last three starts.(RotoWire, )
Oct 26, 2014
News: Pavelec will start between the pipes for the Jets on Sunday, Ken Wiebe of the Winnipeg Sun reports. Impact: Pavelec was pulled from Friday's start after allowing four goals on just 18 shots. He is now 2-4-0 on the season with a .899 save percentage, 2.71 GAA on the season. While he remains the top goaltender for the Jets, Pavelec's firm grasp on the spot may continue to weaken if he doesn't start putting up better performances in net.(RotoWire, )
Fri. Oct 24, 2014
News: Pavelec was pulled Friday against the Lightning after giving up four goals on 18 shots. Impact: Backup Michael Hutchinson stopped all nine shots he faced in relief, but the damage had already been done, as the Jets lost for the fifth time in six games. Pavelec is now 2-4-0 on the year with an .899 save percentage and 2.71 GAA. He is the Jets' clear No.1 goalie, but his weak performance Friday may mean Hutchinson starts a few games in the near future.(RotoWire, )
Fri. Oct 24, 2014
News: The Jets will stick with Pavelec in goal Friday against the Lightning, Ken Wiebe of the Winnipeg Sun reports. Impact: Pavelec snapped a three-game losing streak with a 2-1 victory over the Hurricanes on Tuesday, improving his season ratios (2.32 GAA, .913 save percentage) in the process. Though he has a middling 2-3-0 record on the season, Pavelec's strong performance in the net and coach Paul Maurice's distrust of backup Michael Hutchinson should continue to give him plenty of security in his role as the Jets' No. 1 netminder.(RotoWire, )
Wed. Oct 22, 2014
News: Pavelec made 21 saves in Tuesday's 3-1 win over Carolina. Impact: Pavelec had dropped each of his previous three starts before bouncing back. He'll carry a 2.32 GAA into the next game.(STATS, 4:25pm)
Tue. Oct 21, 2014
News: Pavelec will get the starting nod Tuesday versus the Hurricanes, Ken Wiebe of the Winnipeg Sun reports. Impact: Pavelec's been the recipient of some poor offensive support by his mates to saddle him with a 1-3-0 record, but his 2.61 GAA and .906 save percentage through five games aren't world-beating, by any means. Just as was predicted heading into the season, Pavelec looks like one of the league's weakest starting netminders, though he should be a fine fantasy play Tuesday against Carolina, the NHL's only winless team.(RotoWire, )
Tue. Oct 21, 2014
News: Pavelec put a stop to 21 of 22 shots Tuesday in a 3-1 win over Carolina. Impact: He'd given up four goals in his last outing and lost his previous three decisions, but Pavelec has actually been playing pretty well to open the season. He's appeared in six games and delivered very fine work in four of them. Of course, facing the winless Hurricanes is a cure for what ails nearly any goaltender right now.(RotoWire, )
Mon. Oct 20, 2014
News: Pavelec surrendered four goals on 29 shots for his third straight loss Sunday vs. Calgary. Impact: Pavelec hasn't necessarily been as bad as the losses indicate, but the team in front of him certainly has. Pavelec is a workhorse and the clear starter in Winnipeg, but don't expect much, as the Jets aren't good enough for the goalie to put up strong win totals.(RotoWire, )
Oct 19, 2014
News: Pavelec will start in goal for the Jets on Sunday, Ken Wiebe of the Winnipeg Sun reports. Impact: Pavelec allowed two goals on 27 shots against the Predators on Sunday, leaving him with a 1-2 record to go with a .919 save percentage and 2.22 GAA. He will look to even up his record Sunday against the high-powered Ducks.(RotoWire, )
Sat. Oct 18, 2014
News: Pavelec surrendered two goals on 27 shots as the Jets fell to the Predators on Friday, 2-0. Impact: All things considered, it was a pretty good outing for Pavelec, but unfortunately, his offense couldn't put anything past opposing netminder Pekka Rinne. Even the goals that Pavelec allowed were mostly a product of bad luck, as both came on redirected shots that ended up finding the net.(RotoWire, )
Fri. Oct 17, 2014
News: Pavelec will be between the pipes Friday against the Predators, Ken Wiebe of the Winnipeg Sun reports. Impact: Pavelec has been steady in three appearances (two starts) for the Jets thus far, going 1-1-0 while saving 66 of 72 shot attempts (.917 save percentage). His mediocre career track record suggests his current level of play isn't sustainable, however, so there's strong odds his production declines from here. That being said, his standing as the team's No. 1 goalie doesn't appear to be in jeopardy, given backup Michael Hutchinson's immense struggles during the preseason and in his first start last weekend.(RotoWire, )
Ondrej Pavelec
2014-15 Season
Ht: 6' 3"  Wt: 220  Age: 27
Born: 8/31/1987, Kladno, Czechoslovakia
Shoots: left
Drafted: 2005 - Rd 2
(41st overall by the Thrashers)
Injury Status
No Current Injury
Depth Chart
1. Ondrej Pavelec
2. Michael Hutchinson