Pavelski scored a power-play goal on two shots and added three hits in Thursday's 3-2 loss to the Panthers.
Pavelski opened the scoring by deflecting a Justin Dowling shot past Sergei Bobrovsky in the second period. The goal was Pavelski's 10th of the year, and he's added 10 assists, 37 shots on goal and 30 hits in 15 contests. His 12 power-play points this year already exceed his man-advantage production from last season. Pavelski has yet to go more than two games without a point in 2020-21.
Pavelski picked up two assists in Wednesday's 3-0 win over the Panthers.
He helped set up John Klingberg in the first period and Joel Kirivanta in the third, producing his fourth multi-point performance of the season. Pavelski has never scored at a point-a-game pace in a season during his career, but the 36-year-old is off to a blistering start in 2020-21 with nine goals and 19 points through 14 contests.
Pavelski and the Stars will not square off with the Lightning on Saturday after the game was called off due to weather-related concerns, the NHL announced Thursday.
Dallas' next opportunity to play will come Monday versus the Panthers when the team heads out on a five-game road trip. Perhaps the extra time off for the Stars this season is benefitting the veteran Pavelski, as he has racked up nine goals and eight helpers in 12 games this year.
Pavelski and the Stars won't be in action Thursday after their matchup with the Lighting was postponed for weather-related concerns, the NHL announced Wednesday.
Prior to the team's string of postponements, Pavelski was hot with four goals on 18 shots and three helpers in his previous six contests. The 36-yar-old Wisconsin native will look to keep rolling when the two sides meet up Saturday, barring any further postponements.
Monday's clash for Pavelski between the Stars and Predators has been postponed due to weather, Matthew DeFranks of The Dallas Morning News reports.
This wasn't a COVID-19-related postponement, so Tuesday's meeting between these teams is still a possibility. Pavelski has been terrific this season, racking up nine goals, 17 points and 21 hits through 12 games.
Pavelski scored a power-play goal on two shots in Saturday's 4-3 shootout loss to the Hurricanes.
Pavelski tied the game at 3-3 with 40 seconds left in regulation and Dallas goalie Jake Oettinger on the bench for an extra skater. The Stars' captain led a 4-on-2 rush up ice and beat Alex Nedeljkovic with a long-range wrist shot. It was Pavelski's team-leading ninth goal of the season, nine of which have come with the man advantage. He also leads the Stars with 17 points through 12 games, a terrific bounce back after he collected just 31 in 67 contests a year ago.
Pavelski scored a power-play goal on three shots and added three hits in Thursday's 5-3 loss to the Hurricanes.
Pavelski gave the Stars their only lead of the contest at 11:28 of the second period. It lasted all of 8:05 before Brock McGinn tied the game at 3-3 for the Hurricanes. Pavelski has cooled off from his mystifying start to the year, but he still has eight goals and 16 points through 11 contests. Ten of those points have come with the man advantage. The 36-year-old forward figures to be a key part of the Stars' offense, but expecting a point-per-game pace from Pavelski this late in his career may be asking too much.
Pavelski notched an assist and four shots on goal in Thursday's 4-3 loss to the Blue Jackets.
Pavelski was credited with the secondary assist on Jamie Benn's third-period tally. Working as the top-line center in Dallas, Pavelski has a spectacular seven goals and 15 points through eight contests. He's picked up nine of his points on the power play -- the 36-year-old is doing everything right early on, but expect him to return to more earthly numbers as the season progresses.
Pavelski scored two goals on five shots, including one power-play tally, and added two assists, a blocked shot and a plus-3 rating during Tuesday's 6-3 win over the Blue Jackets.
The Jackets had no answer for the Stars' top line, as Pavelski, Jamie Benn and Alexander Radulov combined for four goals and nine points on the night. Pavelski has only been held off the scoresheet once in seven games to begin the season, piling up a stunning seven goals and 14 points during that stretch, and while he obviously won't keep producing at that pace, the 36-year-old is very quickly erasing the memories of his disappointing first campaign with Dallas.
Pavelski scored a power-play goal in Saturday's 4-1 loss to the Hurricanes.
The 36-year-old continues to turn back the clock to begin his second season with Dallas. Pavelski has a point in all five Stars games so far, racking up five goals and 10 points with almost all of that production (four goals, four helpers) coming with the man advantage. He's bound to slow down eventually, but with Jamie Benn (lower body) about to rejoin the lineup, the talent level around Pavelski is also set to rise.
Pavelski scored a goal on two shots and had four PIM in Thursday's 7-3 win over Detroit.
Pavelski opened the scoring with a one-timer in the first period, extending his point streak to four games. The 36-year-old is off to a tremendous start in his second season with the Stars, contributing four goals and five assists.
Pavelski produced a power-play assist, two shots on goal and two PIM in Tuesday's 2-1 overtime win over the Red Wings.
Pavelski kept his season-opening point streak alive -- through three games, he has a staggering three goals and five assists. The Stars' power play was a little more human Tuesday, going 1-for-4, and Pavelski had the secondary helper on the one conversion by John Klingberg. Obviously, some regression is due for the 36-year-old Pavelski, as the Stars' power play is humming along at an unsustainable 56.3 percent through three contests. Still, it looks as if the veteran forward could exceed the 31 points he had in 67 outings last year despite the shortened 2020-21 campaign.
Pavelski scored a goal and added two assists in a 3-2 win over the Predators on Sunday.
The winger is headed toward a star of the week honor -- he has even points (three goals, four assists) in two games this week. Pavelski's first season in the Lone Star State was less than impressive, but his second is off to an explosive start. Make sure he's in your weekly lineups next week and milk this for everything it's worth.
Pavelski put up a four-point outburst (two goals, two assists) in Friday's 7-0 win over the Predators.
Pavelski made his mark in the Stars' season opener. He broke a scoreless tie 2:45 into the second period, and that stood as the game-winning goal. Both of Pavelski's goals, as well as one of his assists, came with the man advantage. Anyone wondering how Pavelski would handle filling in for Tyler Seguin (hip) on an important line has their answer after one game. The 36-year-old Pavelski won't go crazy like this every game, but he can be trusted from a fantasy perspective. He may be asked to shoulder more of the scoring load since Jamie Benn left Friday's contest with a lower-body injury.
Pavelski (undisclosed) took the ice for Tuesday's practice session, Bruce LeVine of Dallas Stars Radio reports.
Pavelski was given a day-to-day label for the first day of camp but was back on the ice right away. With Tyler Seguin (hip) sidelined for the bulk of the season, Pavelski will likely be cemented as the first-line center alongside Jamie Benn. In 69 games last year, Captain America garnered 50 points, including 15 with the man advantage, and should be capable of producing at a similar rate in 2020-21.
Pavelski (undisclosed) is out for the first day of training camp Monday and listed as day-to-day, Craig Custance of The Athletic reports.
The nature of Pavelski's injury is unknown, but the Stars can ill afford to lose the 36-year-old center for an extended period considering fellow veteran center Tyler Seguin (hip) is slated to miss most of the season. Pavelski has a week and a half to shake off whatever's bothering him before the start of the season.
Pavelski scored a goal, dished three hits and blocked three shots in Saturday's 3-2 double-overtime win over the Lightning in Game 5.
Pavelski scored the game-tying goal at 13:15 of the third period, which would force overtime. In the second overtime period, Corey Perry's second tally of the game won it for the Stars. Pavelski has four goals and a helper with a plus-5 rating and 15 hits in five games in the Stanley Cup Finals. The 36-year-old also has 61 playoff goals in his career, the most by an American-born player in history.
Pavelski scored twice in Friday's 5-4 overtime loss to the Lightning in Game 4.
Pavelski netted the Stars' second and fourth goals Friday, but it wasn't enough to get his team to pull even in the series. The 36-year-old now has 60 postseason goals in his career, tying Joe Mullen for the most by an American-born player. In these playoffs, Pavelski is up to 12 tallies, six helpers, 57 shots and 53 hits through 25 appearances.
Pavelski managed an assist, five hits and four PIM in Wednesday's 5-2 loss to the Lightning in Game 3.
Pavelski had an assist on Miro Heiskanen's third-period tally. At the end of the contest, Pavelski earned his four PIM in a scrum. The veteran forward has been solid in the playoffs with 10 goals, six helpers, 30 PIM, 55 shots on goal and 51 hits in 24 outings.
Pavelski scored a power-play goal on a team-high five shots in Monday's 3-2 loss to Tampa Bay. He also had four hits and two PIM.
Pavelski managed to get his stick on a John Klingberg shot while tied up in front, getting the Stars on the board with just over five minutes left on the second period. It was team team-leading 10th goal of the Stanley Cup Playoffs for the 37-year-old Pavelski, who scored just 14 times in 67 regular-season games.
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|02/27||@ TB||L 0-5||0||0||0||0||19:48|
|02/25||@ FLA||L 2-3||1||0||1||-1||18:13|
|02/24||@ FLA||W 3-0||0||2||2||+2||19:05|
|02/22||@ FLA||L 1-3||0||0||0||0||16:54|
|02/13||vs CAR||L 3-4 (SO)||1||0||1||-1||21:11|
|02/11||vs CAR||L 3-5||1||0||1||-1||23:30|
|02/09||vs CHI||L 1-2 (OT)||0||0||0||-1||18:59|
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