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.
Pavelski scored a goal and added six hits in Saturday's 2-1 win over the Golden Knights in Game 4.
Pavelski struck 3:50 after Alec Martinez put the Golden Knights on the board first. Nate Schmidt got a piece of Pavelski's shot, which then knuckled past Robin Lehner in the second period. The tally was Pavelski's ninth of the postseason. He's added five helpers, 48 shots on goal, 39 hits and 22 PIM through 20 contests.
Pavelski notched an assist and three hits in Thursday's 3-2 overtime win over the Golden Knights in Game 3.
Pavelski fed Alexander Radulov for the game-winning goal 31 seconds into overtime. The assist was Pavelski's first point in three games. He's found steady offense in the playoffs with eight goals, five helpers and 47 shots on goal in 19 contests. The 36-year-old has added 33 hits and 20 PIM.
Pavelski registered an assist and five blocked shots in Friday's 5-4 overtime win over the Avalanche in Game 7.
Pavelski set up Alexander Radulov's power-play tally to open the scoring in the first period. The 36-year-old Pavelski has posted eight goals, four assists, 46 shots on net and 20 blocked shots in 16 contests during the postseason. It's an impressive return to form for the center after he registered only 14 goals and 31 points in 67 regular-season outings.
Pavelski scored a goal on four shots and added 12 PIM in Monday's 6-3 loss to the Avalanche in Game 5.
Pavelski broke up Michael Hutchinson's shutout bid at 7:50 of the second period. The 36-year-old Pavelski also got heated in the third period and picked up a 10-minute misconduct penalty. Pavelski has added three assists, 42 shots on net and 22 hits to his eight goals through 14 contests.
Pavelski scored a power-play goal on four shots and went plus-2 in Monday's 5-2 win over the Avalanche in Game 2.
Pavelski got the Stars on the board with his tally at 9:54 of the second period. It was the first of five unanswered goals for his team as they pulled off another multi-goal comeback. Pavelski is up to seven goals and two assists through 11 outings in the playoffs.
Pavelski scored a goal and added two helpers in Thursday's 7-3 win over the Flames in Game 6.
Pavelski originally seemed to have the game-tying goal in the second period, but it deflected in off Denis Gurianov. He would get one of his own on a rebound four minutes later before setting up Gurianov for another. Pavelski only got on the scoresheet in two of the six games versus the Flames, but he had a hat trick in Game 4 to go with Thursday's three-point effort. In nine postseason appearances, he has six goals and two helpers.
Pavelski scored three goals Sunday, one on the power play, in the Stars' 5-4 overtime win over the Flames during Game 4.
He found the net in each period during regulation, but it was his third-period tally that was the most crucial -- Pavelski shoveled home the rebound of a John Klingberg shot with 12.9 seconds left on the clock to force overtime. The veteran center hadn't found the scoresheet in three games, but Pavelski now has five goals and zero assists through seven playoff contests. With the series now tied 2-2, he'll try to stay hot in Game 5 on Tuesday.
Pavelski scored a goal on five shots in a 2-1 shootout win over the Blues in round-robin play Sunday.
Pavelski struck for the Stars' lone goal in the contest while goalie Anton Khudobin was pulled to create a six-on-five scenario. Denis Gurianov added the lone tally in the shootout to earn the win, which puts the Stars in the No. 3 seed in the Western Conference. Pavelski had two goals on seven shots in three games during the round robin. The 36-year-old saw action on the second line Sunday -- Tyler Seguin (undisclosed) was deemed unfit to play prior to the contest.
Pavelski scored a goal on two shots in a 5-3 loss to Vegas on Monday in round-robin play.
Pavelski got the Stars on the board eight minutes into the middle frame when his centering pass bounced off the skate of a Vegas defenseman and past goaltender Robin Lehner. The 36-year-old center went without a goal in his final seven regular-season games, so he'll take them by any means necessary as the playoffs begin.
Pavelski was named the best golfer in the NHLPA player poll.
Pavelski has had a disappointing first year with the Stars, as he's managed just 31 points in 67 games. Even without the shutdown, the 35-year-old would almost certainly have missed the 60-point mark for the first time since the lockout-shortened 2012-13 season.
Pavelski posted an assist in Tuesday's 4-2 loss to the Rangers.
The helper on Andrew Cogliano's third-period tally snapped a four-game point drought for Pavelski. The 35-year-old forward is up to 31 points (14 goals, 17 assists), 125 shots on net and a plus-6 rating through 67 contests. Pavelski has been inconsistent for much of the year -- he's hard to recommend for fantasy owners.
Pavelski collected a power-play helper, four hits and a fighting major in Thursday's 4-3 loss to the Bruins.
Pavelski had the secondary helper on Jamie Benn's first-period tally. In the second period, Pavelski dropped the gloves with David Krejci in a somewhat improbable fight. The assist put the 35-year-old center at 30 points in 62 contests. He's added 118 shots, 61 hits and 29 PIM this year.
Pavelski netted a goal on three shots and added three hits in Sunday's 2-1 win over the Blackhawks.
Pavelski struck in the first period to end a two-game dry spell. The veteran has been good in February with six goals and four helpers over his last 10 appearances. He's at 14 tallies, 29 points, 115 shots and 56 hits through 60 contests overall, but the recent form could get him back on the fantasy radar.
Pavelski potted a goal on four shots in Sunday's 4-3 overtime loss to the Senators.
Pavelski's third-period tally allowed the Stars to earn a point in the standings. The 35-year-old has five goals and four helpers over a seven-game point streak, and he's recently returned from an upper-body injury. For the year, the veteran is at 28 points, 110 shots and a plus-6 rating through 57 contests.
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