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WINNIPEG - Ondrej Pavelec and Michael Hutchinson know how to share.The Winnipeg Jets goaltenders have been rotating starts for the past 12 games, and there are no plans right now to end the two-starter approach.After the teams optional skate on Monday, head coach Paul Maurice said the pattern will continue with Hutchinsons turn to start when the Jets visit Chicago for a game against the Blackhawks on Tuesday.Its not a common practice in the National Hockey League to rotate goalies, and its perhaps less likely in this situation because Hutchinson is a rookie.Youd think the veteran Pavelec would have his nose out of joint, but he said thats not the case.For me, its not a competition at all, said Pavelec, whose NHL resume features more than 300 games.Its just get yourself ready for a game and thats all that you can control. Hutch is a really good guy. Were having fun.And the team (17-10-7) is having success with the duo.During the 12-game rotation, Hutchinson is 4-1-1 and Pavelec 3-0-3. The veteran was in net for a 4-3 overtime loss to Philadelphia on Sunday.Overall this season, Hutchinson is 7-2-2. The native of Barrie, Ont., has stopped 281 of the 299 shots hes faced for a league-leading 1.73 goals against average and .940 save percentage.Pavelec is 10-8-5. Hes faced 642 shots and turned aside 586 for a 2.34 GAA and .913 save percentage.I definitely didnt think my first season would be going as well as it has, but at the same time, I didnt really come in with any expectations, said Hutchinson, 24.Its just been a fun season and Im just enjoying every moment.Pavelec, 27, also recognizes Hutchinsons talents.He doesnt play as a rookie at all, he said.The first year its exciting, its something different. The second year is always harder, but the way hes playing I think its not going to be any different the next year or the year after.Its his rookie year and he enjoys playing well. Hes really excited about playing. I think its a pretty good story that a guy who played in the (ECHL) last year makes the NHL and plays unbelievable.Hutchinson played last season for the Ontario Reign of the ECHL and then led the American Hockey Leagues St. Johns IceCaps through to a loss to Texas in the Calder Cup final.He also got into three games with the Jets and had two victories, one against the Boston Bruins who drafted him in 2008 and later let him go.Hutchinson said his only goal this season was to make the Jets roster.Hes proud of how hes performing, and thankful Pavelec has been supportive.Ondrej and I get along great, he said. We both realize its a team sport.Obviously, every goalie wants to be playing games, but you know from a young age thats not that the case. Theres always two goalies on a team.Right now, weve been winning games during a little bit of a rotation so thats the only thing that matters. It doesnt matter who plays. When hes in the net, I want the team to win just as much as they do when Im playing, so its been working out well.Pavelec noted he had good goaltending partners such as Chris Mason and Johan Hedberg when the franchise was in Atlanta and its good he and Hutchinson enjoy each others company.Maurice said the duo has made his game planning a bit easier.When you have two guys that have played exceptionally well, you cant make a wrong call on whoever goes in, he said.Hell make a change when he needs to, but so far that time hasnt come.I didnt start out this saying Im going to roll the goalies this month, Maurice said. It started with Mikes game got to the point that he deserved to be in and so did Pav.And it just seemed the right thing to do was put the guy who had a real good game last in next. And you look back, there was always a good game in behind so they deserved to be in a rotation.The rotation actually helps during busy stretches and thats one of the reasons Pavelec doesnt mind sharing time in the crease.Youve got that day off to mentally prepare for the next one and sometimes its not a bad thing, Pavelec said.But at the same time, I dont know any goalie who likes to be on the bench, right? Probably other goalies feel the same thing, but its worked out pretty well for us and worked pretty well for the team.Well see. At the end of the day its always the coachs decision whos going to be in the net. Your job as a goalie is to be ready to go in no matter what. If I ever needed a brain transplant, Id choose a sportswriter because Id want a brain that had never been used.- Norm Van Brocklin When I was 13, I transferred to a new school for the first time. I had spent ten years from junior kindergarten through Grade 8 at the northwest corner of Bathurst Street and Viewmount Avenue in midtown Toronto. It was my home court advantage. I knew the roll of the rims and the carom of the walls and which teachers were lax at taking attendance. It couldnt last forever. At some point a promotion was coming, and my record setting minor league career wouldnt matter once new maths and makeup-laden girls challenged all that I had honed. I was heading to St. Andrews Junior High. Grade 9. The Show. Embarking on my first day in the wilds of the public school system, I knew I had to make my mark early. Mr. Pelech, my clever English teacher, noticed my t-shirt just minutes into the first class. It was a tattered, ink-drenched Grateful Dead concert tee. He remarked that "Grateful Dead" was an example of a contradiction. Contra what now? Coach tapped my shoulder and I hopped the boards. I proceeded to argue with a shellshocked Mr. Pelech for several minutes. My arguments were lithe, varied and completely illogical, but I had been trained to stand my ground no matter how ridiculous my position. Eventually, a hapless Mr. Pelech scanned the class and sputtered, "Just who is this guy?" Each one of my classmates shook their heads sheepishly as if to say uh, dont look at me. Mark made. Within two weeks I owned that school. They didnt realize the repressed explosiveness that ten years of private school Yiddish lessons would unleash. It is in this brazen spirit I introduce myself to you now, Dear Reader, as your new weekly columnist for Bardown. Why was I chosen as The One to guide you through the international sports landscape, particularly with so many scribes vying for your sports-saturated eyeballs? Commence the elucidation (AKA bring da noize): Basketball. This is my wheelhouse. I know all the lyrics to Kurtis Blows Basketball and I have for decades. I own a Sweet Georgia Brown-humming Harlem Globetrotters pinball machine from 1979. 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I worked camera on the 2003 documentary A Day in the Life of the Maple Leafs so I know a thing or two about hockey. Well, exactly two things. One, when I was eight years old, my teenage neighbour convinced me his Mats Naslund rookie card could be mine for the extremely low price of my 1979 O-Pee-Chee Wayne Gurtski rookie card. (Note: I have forgotten how to spell that particular Edmonton Oilers name. At least my night terrors have subsided.) Two, I have developed an algorithm demonstrating the NHL to be the worst run league in the history of Industry. It involves a complicated geometric measurement involving my eyes and common sense. (A fact I will gladly prove over and over again until they, oh I dont know, realign the conferences to have an equal amount of teams. Lets start there.) Fantasy Sports. I Am Legend. 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