You've heard of players with no-trade clauses in their contracts?

Winnipeg Jets goalie Ondrej Pavelec might want to explore a no-State clause for his next deal. As in, no games in Pennsylvania.

For the second time this season, Pavelec gave up at least a converted touchdown in the Keystone State, as the Pittsburgh Penguins blew eight pucks by him in an 8-5 win, Saturday.

The deluge comes after Pavelec was between the pipes for seven of Philadelphia's eight goals in a 9-8 Jets win back in October.

Pavelec is now 1-9 against the Penguins in his career.

But while the 24-year-old's goals against average took another beating, his teammates were taking the blame, calling their play an embarrassment.

"We left our goalie hanging out to dry," forward Blake Wheeler said. "It's unfair for him. He's played so well for us. The chances we gave up to the caliber of players we gave them to, it's pretty embarrassing. It wasn't just one thing, or one guy — it was everyone."

Forgetting their defensive responsibilities and coughing up the puck with reckless abandon, the Jets allowed too many odd-man rushes to count.

Pavelec didn't stand much of a chance against the likes of Evgeni Malkin (a goal and four assists), Kris Letang (two goals and an assist) and Chris Kunitz (a goal and three assists).