2011 Draft prospect: Jaroslav Pavelka

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Jaroslav Pavelka

Jaroslav Pavelka (HCHK.cz)

Jaroslav Pavelka (HCHK.cz)

CSS Ranking: 3 (Eur)
Current Team: Hr. Kralove Jr. U-18
League: Extraliga U18 (Czech Republic Jr.)
Number: 31
Position: Goalie
Height: 6’1″
Weight: 165 lbs
Birth Date: September 12, 1993
Birthplace: Dvur Kraloven Labem, Czech Republic
Future Commitments: N/A

Regular Season




Pavelka has spent the past fours seasons with HC Hradec Kralove U18 in the Czech Republic. He did not play a single game in the 2007-08 season, but made his way between the pipes starting in 2008-09 where he played in 44 games and posted a 3.48 goals-against average and .902 save percentage.

His statistics got better with each year. In 2009-10, he played in 35 games with a 3.02 GAA and .909 SP. His best year was in 2010-11 where he had a 2.69 GAA and .925 SP.Unfortunately, his playoff numbers are not nearly as sparkling. In the 2009-10 playoffs, he was in only one game and came out of it with a horrendous 13.64 GAA and .722 SP.

The 2010-11 playoffs were slightly better, but still an unsightly number. He posted a 6.32 GAA and .854 SP. Pavelka was part of the 2011 World Juniors U-18 team for the Czech Republic. He played in one game against Switzerland. He surrendered four goals on 25 shots in the 4-1 loss to the Swiss.

Stats were provided by the Elite Hockey Prospects.


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Categories: Ice Hockey, NHL, NHL Entry Draft, Sports

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