Pavelski compiled one goal and two assists to complement a plus-3 rating in Sunday's 5-2 home win over the Stars.
Pavs opened the scoring with his 15th goal of the season. The captain's exploits seemed to inspire his teammates, as the Sharks followed up with four unanswered goals through the second period. He's the type of player that can put a team over the top in the hunt for a fantasy title.
Pavelski scored twice, had two assists and fired six shots on goal in Saturday's win over Edmonton.
Another monstrous performance from Pavelski, who scored twice against Vegas on Thursday. The 33-year-old has fired 15 shots on goal in his last three games and is now up to 14 goals and 42 points in 55 games. The second-line center remains a very valuable fantasy forward who should be owned in all formats.
Pavelski netted a power-play marker and added an even-strength tally in Thursday's win over the Golden Knights.
Pavelski was credited with five shots on goal in the loss and has been a solid producer of late. The second-line center has collected three goals and nine points in his last 11 games, putting him at 38 points (12 goals) through 54 games on the season. Pavelski is heating up, so get him in your lineup, as he shoots often and plays an important role with the man advantage.
The goal was the second of the new year for Pavs, who has averaged a tick over 20 minutes per contest over his last five games. While his 8.1 shooting percentage is troubling, the captain has reached 10 goals by virtue of firing the puck quite a bit -- we're talking 123 shots in 47 games. At 33 years old, Pavelski remains one of the more reliable players in the game.
Pavelski recorded a goal and two assists in a 6-5 overtime victory over the Coyotes on Saturday.
Similar to the other Sharks stars, Pavelski isn't scoring as much as he usually does. The Sharks have gone from fourth in scoring in 2015-16 to 19th last season to 21st in 2017-18, and Pavelski is on pace for his lowest output of goals since the 2012-13 lockout-shortened season. At some point, though, he should start seeing more luck because his shooting percentage is almost four percent below his career norm (8.4 versus 12.0 percent). That could mean Pavelski is in line for more games like Saturday soon.