Ondrej Pavelec likely wouldn't even consider it. He'll insist he's just doing his job stopping pucks -- many many pucks -- for the Winnipeg Jets.
But if he were so inclined he could certainly build a darn good case for abandonment through the first three games of the young NHL season -- and especially so after Sunday night's 3-2 loss to the Anaheim Ducks that left the Jets 2-1-0.
Outshot for the third straight game the Jets were guilty of too many errors to document in this space -- or this section for that matter -- but the most obvious was Zach Bogosian's giveaway with just over five minutes left when he blew a tire behind the Jets' net and had his attempted pass dribble to a wide-open Corey Perry who buried the game-winner behind Pavelec.
"How we lost at the end... if you're looking at the one mistake these things sometimes happen" said coach Claude Noel. "But look at the way we played: we didn't deserve to win the game playing that way. We got saved by our goalie and realisti...