Discussion in 'Winnipeg Jets' started by sipowicz, Mar 6, 2017.
Sorry guys, damn protected link!
Story was on Hockey Feed;
Your link doesn't work but according to Wiebe he requires surgery so has probably played his last game as a Jet.
If he has surgery now, Jets pay for the rehab right?
I'm wondering where sip gets his news from that you can't even link to it...
Too bad for Pav. I wish him all the best with his next team.
I didn't even know you could have surgery to fix pulling yourself from the game because you already let in three goals.
Correct, the Jets pay for his treatment.
Damn Hockey Feed crap sight *#*@!
Wow - that was unexpected!
So Hellebuyck is going to play every game left in the season (absent maybe a Comrie late-season call up after we're officially eliminated)? I don't think Maurice has a tiny shred of confidence in Hutch these days...
Jets have two B2B's remaining.
And Hellebuyck just played both games in a B2B this last weekend.
The two remaining B2Bs are on the road however.
Seems to be a common theme for Jets players this year. Guy goes out with what appears to be a harmless injury, ETA is a couple weeks. A month later we catch wind of them having surgery to fix something. Tough way for him to end his his time with the Jets, but at least he got 1 more stint with the big club. Wish him all the best going forward, be interesting to see how he comes back from this.
Yea link is protected.
What a crappy misleading headline.
Yep... I am happy to be watching form very, very far away whenever it is he does come back.
Thank you for dragging us into the playoffs that one time, Pav (credit to Hutch for playing very well the first half of that season though). That's about all I can say.
I would suspect he has played his last game in the NHL. Any GM looking at his accomplishments this year won't be able to get past an .888 save percent and giving up at least 3 goals in every game to focus on the "timely" saves and the confidence of the team playing in front of him.
We will remember how he was "nearly perfect" this year. We will always have that
Disagree. He's still a veteran netminder. GMs always think they're smarter than everyone else in the league and can "save" a player's career. He'll be hired on somewhere as a #2, and as a number 2 he'll probably post better numbers than he has been in Winnipeg.
I think I'd be calling Ben Scrivens right about now.
Strange...he was reportedly fine on the ice the other day and Maurice said he had a problem off the ice and suddenly he's got season ending surgery? WTF?
knee was scoped. he's out 2-4 weeks
update....now he's not
He should be back around the same time as Myers and Clitsome.
Surgery with recovery time of 2-4 weeks seems pretty minor...like play-through-it-and-wait-for-the-offseason minor.
Seems like they're happy with hellebuycks progress the past few games and needed a solid excuse to stash Pavelec away without waiving him as a courtesy to his time here...
So they force him to have unnecessary surgery and he agrees?
Now I'm confused:
Maurice added that recovery time for this type of procedure is usually 2-3 weeks for a player but could be longer for a goalie.
So which is it? If Pavelec is lucky and back in 2 weeks he gets to watch hockey from the bench. If he's back in 4 weeks or "longer because he's a goalie" he will be back in time to clean out his locker.
Then again... maybe Chevy will extend him because he hasn't played for a while and hasn't been properly evaluated.
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