Old friends and old rivalries - Dallas Stars teammates Andrew Cogliano, Corey Perry and Joe Pavelski are also undeniably old school.
Preparing food, washing dishes, handing out food to customers – you name it, Joe Pavelski has done it. But he’s not the only Pavelski working overtime.
For San Jose Sharks general manager Doug Wilson, the start of free agency was a day of mixed emotions.
If you're a San Jose Sharks fan, you likely know quite a bit about Joe Pavelski, but get to know the captain through the eyes of his dad, Mike!
Ever since Joe Pavelski went down with a gruesome head injury in the first round of the playoffs, the mantra for the San Jose Sharks has been to stay alive in the post-season long enough for their captain to come back to the ice.
Joe Pavelski made a triumphant return from a head injury to help send the San Jose Sharks to the Western Conference final with a 3-2 victory over the Colorado Avalanche in Game 7.
Joe Pavelski capped off a seven-point week to co-lead the league in overall scoring with his fifth NHL career hat trick as part of a Sunday night rally win for the San Jose Sharks.
He's a captain, an Olympian, and a great leader - and that's The Truth.
Joe Pavelski (2-1—3) helped the San Jose Sharks get off on the right foot in a 7-0 win Tuesday by scoring 15 seconds into the first period of Game 4 to set a franchise record for fastest goal to start a playoff game, helping to even their First Round series against the Edmonton Oilers.
Joe Pavelski led the way with three points in Game 5 as the Sharks took a 3-2 series lead
With the 2016 World Cup of Hockey one year away, players from around the globe share their excitement .
Dynamic forward has Sharks fans in a frenzy with his clutch goal scoring ways