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Dec 6, 2022 4 12 16 -1.6
Nov 29, 2022 8 27 35 2.4
Nov 27, 2022 4 25 29 6
Nov 23, 2022 5 21 26
Nov 19, 2022 2 27 29

Fantasy Stats

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2022 94.25 12 5 421 1 2.97
2021 151.44.3 12 18 1027 3.42
2020 151.64.5 15 13 878 1 3.28
3y Avg. 1624.4 15 17 975 1 3.21
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Fantasy News

  • Kraken's Martin Jones: Ugly outing versus Habs

    Jones gave up four goals on 16 shots in Tuesday's 4-2 loss to the Canadiens. There wasn't much the Canadiens could do in the contest, but they made the most of their limited opportunities. It continues a worrying trend for Jones, who has allowed 21 goals over his last four outings. The Kraken's strong offense bailed him out the first three times, as this loss ended his five-game winning streak. The 32-year-old is down to 12-5-2 with a 2.97 GAA and an .888 save percentage in 19 appearances. The Kraken begin a road trip versus the Capitals on Friday.
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  • Kraken's Martin Jones: Facing Montreal on Tuesday

    Jones will start Tuesday's home game against Montreal, Alison Lukan of Root Sports reports. Jones will get the nod after Philipp Grubauer played in the last two contests for the Kraken. The former has won his past five starts, including a 27-save effort in last Tuesday's 9-8 overtime victory over the Kings. Jones has a 12-4-2 record this season with a 2.90 GAA and an .893 save percentage. Montreal is coming off a 7-6 overtime loss to Vancouver on Monday,
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  • Kraken's Martin Jones: Wins despite allowing eight goals

    Jones surrendered eight goals on 35 shots in Tuesday's 9-8 overtime win over the Kings. In a game that had more momentum swings than a Newton's cradle, Jones managed to escape with a win. It was the first time a goalie has allowed eight goals and still won since Mike Vernon did it in 1991. The Kings tied the game on five of their eight tallies in the contest, though Jones made enough key saves to keep it from being worse. While he's won his last five starts, he's allowed 21 goals in that span. Jones is up to 12-4-2 with a 2.90 GAA and an .893 save percentage after this contest. Given the shaky outing from Jones, it wouldn't be surprising to see Philipp Grubauer start Thursday at home versus the Capitals.
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  • Kraken's Martin Jones: Staring in LA

    Jones will patrol the road crease Tuesday against the Kings, Bob Condor of the Kraken's official site reports. Jones wasn't great in his last start, allowing four goals on just 29 shots, but he still earned a win thanks to fantastic goal support from his teammates. The 32-year-old netminder will try to extend his personal four-game winning streak to five in a road matchup with a middling Kings offense that's averaging 3.17 goals per game this season, 15th in the NHL.
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  • Kraken's Martin Jones: Does enough to claim win

    Jones made 25 saves during Sunday's 5-4 victory over the host Ducks. In the Pacific Division matchup, Jones earned his third straight decision despite yielding four goals to a team that entered Sunday averaging just 2.48 goals per game -- second-fewest in the NHL. The 32-year-old netminder allowed the Ducks to rally from three two-goal deficits and score three power-play goals but blanked them over the final 22 minutes, improving to 11-4-2. The Kraken have secured 21 out of 24 possible points over their past 12 performances.
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  • Kraken's Martin Jones: Starting in Anaheim

    Jones was the first goalie off the ice at the morning skate, Bob Condor of the Kraken's official site reports, indicating he will start Sunday in Anaheim. Jones has won his past three outings, including a 21-save effort in Friday's 8-5 victory over San Jose. He has a 10-4-2 record this season with a 2.49 GAA and a .906 save percentage. Jones has been superb on the road this year with a mark of 4-1-0, a 1.93 GAA and a .930 save percentage.
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  • Kraken's Martin Jones: Yields five goals in win

    Jones allowed five goals on 26 shots in Wednesday's 8-5 win over the Sharks. Jones had one of his worst starts of the season, but he was bolstered by the Kraken's franchise-best scoring output. This was his third straight win and his seventh victory in his last nine outings. Jones is up to 10-4-2 with a 2.49 GAA and a .906 save percentage through 16 games. With Philipp Grubauer back from injury, Jones' run of eight straight starts will likely come to an end sometime soon. The Kraken begin a three-game road trip in Vegas on Friday.
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  • Kraken's Martin Jones: Starting versus San Jose

    Jones was the first netminder off the ice Wednesday, Kraken radio announcer Mike Benton reports, indicating he will defend the home crease against San Jose. Jones will be making his eighth straight start in goal, as he has gone 5-1-1, allowing only 11 goals on 194 shots. Overall, Jones is 9-4-2 with a 2.30 GAA and a .913 save percentage. He will take on the Sharks, who are averaging 2.90 goals per game, 23rd best in the NHL.
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  • Kraken's Martin Jones: Prevails in overtime again

    Jones allowed two goals on 29 shots in Saturday's 3-2 overtime win over the Kings. The Kraken's last three games have gone to overtime, and Jones has collected the win in two of them. He's started seven in a row, winning five of them while putting up some of the best numbers in the league. The 32-year-old has a 9-4-2 record, a 2.30 GAA and a .913 save percentage through 15 appearances. Philipp Grubauer (lower body) was activated from injured reserve Saturday, so Jones is likely due to receive a day off soon. The Kraken end their homestand versus the Sharks on Wednesday.
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  • Kraken's Martin Jones: First off ice Saturday

    Jones was the first goaltender off the ice Saturday, Kraken radio announcer Mike Benton reports, indicating he will be defending the home crease against LA. Jones has been great this season for the Kraken, going 8-4-2 with a 2.33 GAA and a .912 save percentage. Jones will face the Kings, who have averaged 3.25 goals per game this season.
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  • Kraken's Martin Jones: Collects overtime win

    Jones stopped 28 of 30 shots in Thursday's 3-2 overtime win over the Rangers. Both of the Rangers' goals came on the power play. Jones was otherwise solid once again, earning his fourth win in his last six outings. The 32-year-old is up to 8-4-2 with a 2.34 GAA and a .912 save percentage through 14 appearances this season. Philipp Grubauer (lower body) is getting close to a return, but Jones has played well enough to at least force a timeshare if he can't keep the starting job outright. The Kraken host the Kings on Saturday night.
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  • Kraken's Martin Jones: Faces Rangers

    Jones will be in the home crease against the Rangers on Thursday, according to Kraken radio announcer Mike Benton. Jones has been solid in the Kraken net this season, going 7-4-2 with a 2.38 GAA and a .909 save percentage. He has given Seattle the goaltending it has needed to be competitive in the NHL this season, something that was lacking in 2021-22 with Philipp Grubauer and others. Jones will face the Rangers, who are 8-6-3 and scoring 3.07 goals per game as they begin their four-game West Coast road trip.
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  • Kraken's Martin Jones: Can't hold on in OT loss

    Jones allowed three goals on 30 shots in Sunday's 3-2 overtime loss to the Jets. The Kraken held a 2-1 lead late into the third period, but it wouldn't last. Jones gave up a power-play goal to Blake Wheeler with less than six seconds left in regulation, and Mark Scheifele scored 54 seconds into overtime to finish off the Jets' comeback. The Kraken had too many penalties Sunday, making Jones' job a bit harder as he slipped to 7-4-2 with a 2.38 GAA and a .909 save percentage in 13 appearances. He'll have some time to regroup after the tough defeat, as the Kraken's next game is Thursday versus the Rangers.
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  • Kraken's Martin Jones: Facing Winnipeg

    Jones will start Sunday's home game against Winnipeg. Alison Lukan of Root Sports reports. Jones made 20 saves in a 1-0 loss to the Wild on Friday, snapping his four-game win streak. He has a 7-4-1 record this season with a 2.32 GAA and a .910 save percentage through 12 games played. Winnipeg is coming off a 3-2 loss to Calgary on Saturday.
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  • Kraken's Martin Jones: Winning streak snapped

    Jones allowed a goal on 21 shots in Friday's 1-0 loss to the Wild. Jones gave up a tally late in the first period to Mats Zuccarello, and that was it for the low-event game. It's a tough way to see Jones lose his four-game winning streak, but he hasn't allowed more than two goals in five straight starts. The 32-year-old dropped to 7-4-1 while improving his GAA to 2.32 and save percentage to .910 through 12 appearances. Philipp Grubauer (lower body) was moved to long-term injured reserve Friday and won't be back for at least another week, so Jones' run as the Kraken's unquestioned starting goalie should continue for a while longer.
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  • Kraken's Martin Jones: Aiming for fifth straight win

    Jones will defend the home crease against Minnesota on Friday, Alison Lukan of Root Sports reports. Jones has been amazing this season, giving the Kraken the goaltending they thought they were getting last season when they inked Philipp Grubauer to a six-year contract. Jones is 7-3-1 with a 2.45 GAA and a .907 save percentage. He has given up four goals on 115 shots in his last four games -- all wins -- and faces Minnesota, whom he shut out a week ago, stopping 22 shots.
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  • Kraken's Martin Jones: Strong again in fourth straight win

    Jones stopped 24 of 25 shots in Tuesday's 5-1 win over the Predators. The lone tally against Jones was scored by Filip Forsberg on a breakaway, so that's a forgivable blip in an otherwise strong outing. Jones has allowed just four goals over his last four games, all wins. He's up to 7-3-1 with a 2.45 GAA and a .907 save percentage in 11 appearances this season. The Kraken's next game is Friday against the Wild.
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  • Kraken's Martin Jones: Set to start Tuesday

    Jones is expected to start at home against Nashville on Tuesday, according Kraken radio announcer Mike Benton. Jones has been on a roll lately, allowing just three goals over his last three starts. That's brought him up to a 6-3-1 record, 2.61 GAA and .901 save percentage in 10 contests. Nashville ranks 28th offensively with just 2.75 goals per game.
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  • Kraken's Martin Jones: Earns road victory

    Jones turned aside 35 shots during Saturday's 3-2 victory over the host Penguins. Jones, who was coming off his first Kraken shutout, continued his stout play Saturday. The 32-year-old netminder has claimed his past three decisions, yielding just three goals on 92 shots. Jones (6-3-1) backed the Kraken to a fifth win in the team's past six games Saturday despite facing a season-high 37 shots.
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  • Kraken's Martin Jones: Starting Saturday

    Jones will defend the road net against Pittsburgh on Saturday, Pens Inside Scoop reports. Jones stopped all 22 shots Thursday in a 4-0 win over Minnesota for his first shutout of the season. He is 4-2-1 with a 2.69 GAA and an .893 save percentage. He will face a Pittsburgh team that has struggled with a 4-5-2 record. However, the Penguins are averaging 3.64 goals per game, with Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin leading the way.
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