Joe Pavelski

#8 C / San Jose Sharks / EXP: 9YRS Height: 5-11 Weight: 190 lb Age: 31 College: Wisconsin

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      Sharks' Joe Pavelski: Scores twice in win

      Pavelski scored twice in the third period of Sunday's win over the Blue Jackets. The Sharks entered the final frame down a pair of goals, but Pavelski helped them pull within one before sealing the game with an empty netter. The captain hadn't factored onto the scoresheet in the two games prior to Sunday, but he's now back up to almost a point-per-game pace (20 points through 21 games).

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      Sharks' Joe Pavelski: Nets Game Winner Friday

      Pavelski potted the game-winning goal Friday against the Red Wings. Pavelski is now up to nine goals on the season -- fourth most in the NHL. The 31-year-old has scored a league-high four game-winning goals thus far and is sporting an impressive plus-8 rating. Having recorded 14 points, 58 shots on goal and two power-play tallies on the year, the all-round fantasy stud should be in your lineup every game.

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      Sharks' Joe Pavelski: Nets twice Tuesday

      Pavelski contributed two goals Tuesday, but the Sharks still lost to the Blue Jackets, 5-2. Pavelski is back to a point-per-game pace with eight goals and four assists. Those gaudy numbers will be extremely tough to sustain, but Pavs remains a hot commodity in fantasy circles and appears to be leading by example and taking his new captaincy role in stride.

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      Sharks' Joe Pavelski: Mixed results in Saturday's loss

      Pavelski picked up a goal Saturday, but also had a minus-2 rating in a 6-3 loss to the Islanders. Pavelski and team suffered its first loss of the season, with backup goalie Alex Stalock experiencing a rough start in place of No. 1 starter Martin Jones, who was getting some much needed rest after winning the first four games. Chalk up the poor rating as an aberration, as Pavelski is likely to wind up on the better side of the plus-minus whenever Jones, currently second in the league in save percentage (.982), works between the pipes.

    • Dazzles in 2015-16 debut

      News: Joe Pavelski received first-star honors for his performance in Los Angeles on Wednesday, recording a goal and two assists on seven shots.
      Analysis: Joe Pavelski's tally came on the power play, yet he still finished plus-3 while skating on a line with veteran Joe Thornton and rookie Joonas Donskoi. The new Sharks captain seems poised for another huge campaign after registering at least 70 points in each of the last two seasons.
    • Named team captain

      News: Joe Pavelski was named captain by head coach Pete DeBoer on Monday, Curtis Pashelka of the Mercury News reports.
      Analysis: Joe Pavelski has been on the Sharks for his full 10-year career and is coming off another great season, leading the team with 70 points in 82 games. The Stevens Point, Wisc. native is the first American-born captain in Sharks history. He's joined by Logan Couture and Joe Thornton as assistants.
    • Scores two against Arizona

      News: Joe Pavelski put in two goals in San Jose's 3-0 victory over Arizona on Friday.
      Analysis: Joe Pavelski also added three shots and a pair of hits in the game. He's looking like he's ready for the season.
    • Pavelski Expected To Be Named Sharks' Next Captain

      News: Joe Pavelski is expected to be named the Sharks' next captain, CSN Bay Area's Kevin Kurz reports.
      Analysis: Captaincy has been a delicate issue in San Jose over the last year, as former coach Todd McLellan stripped longtime leader Joe Thornton of those honors heading into 2014-15, straining the relationship between the star center and team brass. While Thornton is still around, it's clear that the 31-year-old Joe Pavelski is now the face of the franchise, after ranking fourth in the NHL in goals over the last four seasons with 161. Pavelski figures to pace the Sharks in scoring once again during the upcoming campaign, while taking on more of a leadership role in the locker room.
    • Sharks' Pavelski Hits 70-Point Mark In Finale

      News: Joe Pavelski recorded a power-play assist in Saturday's loss to the Kings.
      Analysis: Though the Sharks' season was a tumultuous one, Joe Pavelski was consistently good throughout, reaching the 70-point mark for the second straight campaign. He also played in every game for the fourth straight year, making him one of the most durable top-flight scorers in the league. Personnel changes may be afoot in San Jose this summer, but Pavelski's team-friendly $6 million cap hit should keep him in the fold as a cornerstone for any rebuilding effort that might take place.
    • Sharks' Pavelski: Six Points In Last Seven Games

      News: Joe Pavelski notched a power-play goal in Saturday's 3-2 shootout win over Philadelphia.
      Analysis: It's his 19th power-play goal of the season and 36 overall. The Sharks may be struggling lately, but Little Joe is doing everything he can to carry the team forward. He has six points, including four goals, in his last seven games. Ride him out -- he's one determined dude.
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