2012-13: | Stats | Photos
Skated in 38 of 39 games ... recorded seven points on four goals and three assists ... in 27 Hockey East league games, tallied six points on three goals and three assists ... scored the game-tying goal Feb. 10 vs. Providence ... assisted on the game-winning goal at Boston U. (11/18) ... recorded a point in back-to-back games twice – Nov. 18-23 and Feb. 2-10.
2011-12: | Stats | Photos
Pavelski participated in 21 games for the Wildcats… tallied four points on three goals and one assist… scored a goal in a game against Hockey East champions Boston College on 01/27/12… registered his first collegiate goal on 10/21/11 against St. Cloud State... A Hockey East All-Academic team selection.
2010-11: | Stats |Photos
Pavelski saw action in nine regular-season games and three postseason games… One of 10 Wildcats named to the Hockey East All-Academic Team.
2009-10: | Stats
Pavelski skated in 12 games for the Wildcats… One of eight Wildcats named to the Hockey East All-Academic Team.
Career Milestones: First goal on Oct. 21, 2011 vs. St. Cloud State... Career-high one assist on Dec. 30, 2011 vs. Brown... Career-high one point on multiple occasions... Career-high one goal on multiple occasions.
Before UNH: Pavelski was a two-year player for Coach PK O’Handley’s Waterloo Blackhawks club team… Followed his brother Joe (Wisconsin and now the San Jose Sharks) to Waterloo, where Joe won a championship with former Wildcats Kevin Regan, Matt Fornataro and Mike Radja… Played in all situations for the Blackhawks in his second season amassing 29 points in 57 games on 13 goals and 16 assists to go along with a +19 rating.
Personal: Born in Plover, Wisconsin on October 11, 1988 to Mike and Sandy Pavelski… Shoots right… An accounting and finance major in the Whittemore School of Business and Economics.… Brother Joe played at Wisconsin from 2004-06 and is currently a member of the San Jose Sharks… Lists Payne Stewart as his favorite athlete all-time and his brother Joe as the person he most admires.