Joe Pavelski C SAN 1 week ago

Pavelski recorded a power-play assist in Saturday's loss to the Kings.

Though the Sharks' season was a tumultuous one, 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.

Joe Pavelski C SAN 3 weeks ago

Pavelski notched a power-play goal in Saturday's 3-2 shootout win over Philadelphia.

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.

Joe Pavelski C SAN 1 month ago

Pavelski potted a power-play goal on one of his seven shots in Monday's 5-2 loss to the Senators.

Pavelski continues to stay on a roll, even while his team has been plummeting in the standings, as he's chipped in three goals and two assists in his last five contests. The 30-year-old needs just four points in the final nine games to reach the 70-point plateau for the second consecutive season, and has been as reliable as it gets this year.

Joe Pavelski C SAN 1 month ago

Pavelski scored both San Jose goals Tuesday in a 5-2 loss to the Jets.

Fun fact: They came against the only other player in the NHL whose last name starts with "Pavel," Ondrej Pavelec. With 34 goals and 64 points in 70 games, Pavelski continues to be one of the brightest spots for a Sharks team that's struggled to find consistency this year.

Joe Pavelski C SAN 2 months ago

Pavelski put up a goal and an assist in Monday's 4-0 shutout over the visiting Canadiens.

Little Joe just continues to roll, having recorded 59 points in 64 games this season. More impressively, since Jan. 13, he hasn't gone pointless in consecutive games, piling up 22 points -- split evenly between goals and assists -- in 21 games. Pavelski is right in line with last year's 41-goal, 79-point breakout, and will need to continue to score with regularity for the Sharks to have any hope of extending their playoff streak to 11 straight seasons.

Joe Pavelski C SAN 2 months ago

Pavelski had two assists -- one on an empty-net goal -- Thursday in a 5-2 win over Dallas.Sure, Thursday's points were cheap ones -- a secondary helper and the empty-netter -- but they all count, and with 55 points in 60 games this year, Pavelski remains one of fantasy's finest assets. He's been particularly useful of late, with eight points in the last six games.

Joe Pavelski C SAN 2 months ago

Pavelski notched his fourth career hat trick in Friday's win over the Coyotes, tallying two goals at even strength and one on the power play in the 4-2 victory.Pavelski's second score allowed him to hit 30 goals for the third time in his career, and the second consecutive season. Although one of the goals was an empty-netter and another took a fluky bounce off the skate of the Coyotes' Oliver Ekman-Larsson before finding twine, there's no denying that Pavelski has established himself as one of the game's premier finishers. With two months still left to play, Pavelski has a legitimate chance to match last season's personal bests of 41 goals and 79 points, numbers many felt on draft day that he would struggle to attain again.

Joe Pavelski C SAN 2 months ago

Pavelski had an assist, two penalty minutes, and a pair of shots in Wednesday's OT loss to the Capitals.Pavelski is doing everything you want him to. His 28 goals are sixth in the NHL. Add in his 21 assists and he's not far off of a point per game pace. He's also continued to be the best power play scorer in the league with 15 power play markers on the season.

Joe Pavelski C SAN 3 months ago

Pavelski sniped two more goals and added an assist in Monday's 5-4 shootout loss to the Oilers.

With six goals and nine points in his last eight games, it's safe to say that the 30-year-old has found his mojo yet again. Despite leading the Sharks in goals with 27, Pavelski hasn't exactly been a puck hog, racking up 19 assists for a point total of 46 in 51 games. Add to that 168 SOG, a plus-13 rating and 19 PIM just for good measure, and you have one of the most prolific producers in fantasy.

Joe Pavelski C SAN 3 months ago

Pavelski scored on one of four shots in a win over the Ducks on Thursday.

Pavs has goals in three straight games and points in four straight. He's on pace to tie last season's goal total of 41, a career-high.