Ondrej Pavelec faced a great deal of rubber over the course of this season.
With the regular season close to being over, he currently sits second behind only Buffalo's Ryan Miller in shots against at a whopping total of 1,221. He also places second with 1,106 saves, but unfortunately he has the distinction of allowing the most goals this campaign with 115 pucks getting behind him and into the net. His .906 save percentage and a 2.77 GAA will concern fantasy owners, but coach Claude Noel has the luxury of not worrying about Pavelec's statistical prowess. He's still developing, according to Noel, and perhaps his numbers will get better along with that. The bottom line is the Jets need him to improve if they want to be a playoff team.