Jones dished out a helper in Saturday's season finale against Boston, giving him four assists in 10 games as a rookie. Jones is still searching for his first NHL goal, but the offensive instincts that allowed him rack up 24 points in 29 NCAA games this season translated pretty well at the NHL level. As long as the Rangers don't move him out in a trade for a big name, Jones should hold down a full-time spot on their blue line next season and will likely see time on the power play.
Jones dished out two helpers in Wednesday's 4-2 loss to Washington. Jones picked up his first career multi-point effort in his eighth career NHL game. The 20-year-old rookie is an offensive-minded defenseman, so there should be more similar efforts in Jones' future as he gets acclimated to playing at the highest level.
Jones produced a power-play assist and two shots on goal in Sunday's 6-3 win over the Sabres. Jones had the secondary helper on a third-period Kaapo Kakko goal. The helper was Jones' first point in three games since he joined the Rangers. Jones is likely to be sheltered on the third pairing, but he's expected to play on the second power-play unit. The 20-year-old blueliner out of UMass-Amherst will likely be in line for a more prominent role in 2021-22.
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