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WINNIPEG - The Winnipeg Jets starting goaltender position is Ondrej Pavelecs job to lose, but Connor Hellebuyck remains an intriguing possibility for a team looking to bounce back after another disappointing season.The top goaltender in the NCAA before he decided to turn pro in April, Hellebuyck is tabbed to play with the Jets AHL farm team in St. Johns, N.L., although right now hes attending his third training camp with the club that drafted him in 2012.Ive been working really hard all summer along with all the other guys in the room and I think its starting to pay off, he said Friday.Hellebuyck, 21, hasnt seen any pre-season game action with the Jets. So far only starter Pavelec and backup Michael Hutchinson have played in net during the teams first two pre-season games.The six-foot-four native of Commerence, Mi., isnt on the list for Saturdays game in Minnesota, although he doesnt sound too worried about when hell play.Thats up to the coaching staff, he said. I just want to give my best in practice every day.Hellebuycks size and skill helped earn him a spot a€” along with Winnipegs Jacob Trouba a€” on the American team at last springs world hockey championship in Belarus.Hellebuyck was a steal for the Jets, who owe their scouts a bonus for spotting him early. They picked him up in the fifth round, 130th overall, in 2012.He then finished two stunning seasons at the University of Massachusetts-Lowell. After earning the starting spot in his first season, he had a 38-12-2 record in 54 games along with 12 shutouts, a .946 save percentage and 1.60 goals-against average.For the 2013-14 season, he won the inaugural Mike Richter Award as the top goaltender in college hockey.But at 20, the lure of the professional ranks and a three-year, two-way deal worth an average of just under US$1 million a year, ended his college career.Goaltending has been an Achilles heel for the Jets as they struggle to earn a playoff berth, but so far the team has refused to lay the lions share of blame in front of Pavelecs pads.As camp got underway this year, coach Paul Maurice said the whole team needs to learn how to play a steadier defensive game before its even possible to assess Pavelecs level of responsibility.But his numbers a€” the most goals allowed in the league last season along with one of the worst save percentages a€” have earned him plenty of critics.This is the first season since the former Atlanta Thrashers relocated to Winnipeg in 2011 that the team hasnt brought in a veteran backup. Instead theyve elected to stick with Hutchinson a€” at least for now.Like Hellebuyck, Hutchinson, 24, is from the Jets system. He won two of three games in Winnipeg late last season after splitting the campaign between the ECHL and AHL.Hellebuyck has yet to play a game in the AHL and said he knows hes got a lot to learn.As long as Im improving every day Im happy, he said. I dont want to go out there and have a bad day and not take something from it.Its something he says hes learned from watching other goaltenders like veteran Tim Thomas, who started for the U.S. national team in Belarus. Hellebuyck was third on the depth chart and didnt see any action as the U.S., like Canada, was eliminated in the quarter-finals. Youre always a student, til the day you retire. Stan Smith Adidas Dam Sverige . The Raptors two leading scorers were never able to co-exist the way they hoped or the team had envisioned, but individually DeRozan was thriving, in the midst of a career season. 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Los Angeles kept it close into the second half before the Pacers finished an easy win over the injury-riddled Lakers, who have lost five straight. Adidas NMD R1 Sverige . Venable and Jeremy Hermida drove in three runs apiece, and the Padres beat the Colorado Rockies 7-2 on Sunday to snap a nine-game losing streak.LOS ANGELES -- Yasiel Puig was scratched from the starting lineup after arriving late for the Los Angeles Dodgers home opener on Friday. The rest of the team was already on the field stretching before batting practice while Puig was getting dressed in the clubhouse. He had been slated to start in right field for the afternoon game against the San Francisco Giants, who beat the Dodgers 8-4. "Im sincerely sorry," Puig said through a translator after the game, explaining that he didnt realize stretching and batting practice would be held so early with a 1 p.m. start. Puig said he apologized to manager Don Mattingly and his teammates, and they accepted. "They felt it was OK when I owned up to it and apologized," he said. "I felt bad I wasnt out there playing for all the fans." Instead, Matt Kemp replaced Puig in the lineup after manager Don Mattingly had earlier said Kemp wouldnt start. Kemp came off the disabled list on Friday after rehabilitating from left ankle and shoulder operations. He was limited to 279 games during the last two seasons because of injuries. Puig, last years runner-up for NL Rookie of the Year, was 5 for 20 through his first five games of the season. He wasnt used as a pinch-hitter because Mattingly said the situation didnt call for it. The Dodgers trailed 8-0 after two innings. Mattingly downplayed Puigs mistake. "He truly felt bad," the manager said. "You can tell by his body language; he doesnt hide things well." Mattingly said he thought not allowing Puig to plaay was more fitting punishment than fining him a couple hundred dollars.dddddddddddd "He felt bad he wasnt here and I believe that," Mattingly said. "Hes a good kid. Does he have to grow up and get better? Yeah, but theres a lot of guys like that." It was the latest in a series of frustrations for the team involving Puig. Last week, Mattingly called a team meeting after the 23-year-old Cuban defector made two mistakes on the basepaths during the Dodgers opening two-game trip to Australia. The dynamic right fielder became an instant sensation last year when he made his big league debut in early June and helped lead the Dodgers from last to the NL West title. But Mattingly often was frustrated by Puigs decision-making in the field and on the bases. Puig twice was arrested for reckless driving last year, when his effort on the field also came into question at times. He went 5 for 22 (.227) with 10 strikeouts and committed defensive miscues against St. Louis in the NL championship series. He remains a fan favourite, but the Dodgers want to see Puig grow up, be consistent and show better judgment on and off the field. Catcher A.J. Ellis chalked Puigs mistake up to something that can happen to any player in the mix of day and night games. "Its one of these learning experiences," Ellis said. "Hes going to be fine. Im sure hell be very prompt and on time for the rest of his career, hopefully." Saturdays game against the Giants also starts at 1 p.m. "Ill be here early," Puig said. ' ' '

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