Jones was reassigned to AHL San Diego on Saturday, Elliott Teaford of The Orange County Register reports.
The Ducks were the first NHL team to finish up the regular season, so Jones will continue honing his craft with the Gulls. Anaheim's first-round (24th overall) pick from the 2016 draft produced two goals and three assists through 30 games as a rookie this season. He should be a dynasty stash in a variety of formats, and even owners in redraft leagues should view him as a late-round sleeper for 2019-20.
Jones collected a pair of assists and four shots in Friday's 5-2 win over the Kings.
The assists give Jones five points in 30 contests this season, and he added 58 shots on goal. The American winger, a first-round pick from 2016, will try to build on this effort next year after featuring mostly as a fourth-liner in this campaign.
Jones potted a goal on five shots in Wednesday's 3-1 win over the Flames.
It's Jones' second career tally and his first game-winning goal. Jones has three points in 29 games this season, averaging 13:12 per contest coming into the night. He also has 54 shots on goal.
Jones netted the first goal of his career in an 8-2 win over the Canadiens on Friday.
He had three shots and two PIM in the contest. The first-round pick from 2016 has only two points in 17 contests, but his 32 shots on goal show he is willing to shoot frequently. Jones will certainly look back fondly on this milestone moment in his young career.
Jones picked up an assist for his first career point in Tuesday's 4-0 win over the Wild.
Jones saw a little power-play time and made the most of it, delivering the secondary helper on winger Jakob Silfverberg's second-period goal. The first-round pick from 2016 likely won't help fantasy owners this year, but is a name to watch going forward.
Jones tied for the game-high in shots with five in Friday's 3-0 loss to the Bruins.
Jones equaled the shot totals of teammate Cam Fowler and Bruins defenseman Zdeno Chara. Despite going without a point in six games, the first-round pick from 2016 is beginning to adapt to the NHL level while battling to stay in the lineup.
Jones was recalled from AHL San Diego on Wednesday, per the NHL's official media site.
The 20-year-old forward's recall was facilitated by John Gibson (upper body) and Chad Johnson (head) landing on injured reserve Wednesday. Anaheim is now carrying 14 healthy forwards, so there's no guarantee that Jones will crack the lineup for Wednesday's tilt against Vancouver. Currently playing his first professional season, Jones has notched 28 points over 40 AHL contests, while also going scoreless in four outings for the Ducks.
The Ducks ticketed Jones for the AHL on Thursday,
The Ducks' 2016 first-round selection made his NHL debut late in the first half, drawing into each of the team's last four contests. He will head back to the minors during the All-Star break to get in some additional work for an AHL San Diego squad with whom he's tallied 24 points over 32 games. Jones could be a candidate for a recall ahead of the Ducks' return for the second half Feb. 2 versus the Jets.
Jones was summoned from AHL San Diego on Wednesday, Eric Stephens of The Athletic reports.
Stephens referenced the AHL.com transaction's page to detail a slew of transactions that Anaheim made in the midst of a 12-game losing streak. Jones has enormous potential as the team's first-round (24th overall) overall pick from the 2016 draft. He may not require too much refinement since he produced 12 goals and just as many assists over 32 games for the AHL's Gulls.
Jones (thumb) was reassigned to AHL San Diego on Friday, Eric Stephens of The Athletic reports.
Jones missed all of training camp and the first seven games at hockey's highest level while he tended to his thumb injury. It's safe to assume the 2016 first-round (26th overall) draft pick would've otherwise cracked the Opening Night roster considering a slew of Ducks forwards sustained injuries right from the start of the new season. At any rate, Jones will polish his game with the AHL's Gulls, at least for the time being, so he can be left alone in most fantasy leagues at this juncture.
Jones' hand injury specifically concerns his thumb and he will be out until Oct. 15, Elliott Teaford of the Orange County Register reports.
That timeline wipes out all of training camp for Jones, and the touted prospect will also miss at least six regular-season games at the top level. With that in mind, it wouldn't be surprising to see the 2016 first-round (24th overall) draft pick ultimately make his season debut with AHL San Diego.
Jones (hand) has begun skating, Eric Stephens of The Athletic reports.
Jones, 20, is working his way back from offseason hand surgery. Still needing time to develop, all signs point to the No. 24 overall pick from 2016 winding up in the minors for most of the 2018-19 season.
Jones (hand) isn't expected to participate in the upcoming Rookie Faceoff in Vegas and may not be ready for the start of training camp, Elliott Teaford of The OC Register reports.
Jones isn't expected to win a spot on the big club's Opening Night Roster, so there's no reason for the team to rush him back before he's fully recovered from the hand surgery he underwent this offseason. The 2016 first-round pick, who notched 19 goals and 24 points in 31 OHL contest last campaign, will likely spend the majority of the 2018-19 season in the minors.
Jones picked up a hat trick in OHL London's 5-1 win over Kitchener on Friday.
Jones finished the contest with a plus-two rating and game-high nine shots on goal for good measure. Anaheim's 2016 first-round selection is just about ready for NHL duty in a depth role, but the Ducks smartly sent him back to juniors so Jones could develop his offensive game for one more season. Jones now has five goals and six points in eight games for London in the early going.
Jones (lower body) is expected to be out the next few days, Mike Morreale of NHL.com reports.
Jones is currently with Team USA at the World Junior Summer Showcase. While the severity of the ailment has yet to be disclosed, it'll keep him on the shelf for at least a couple more days. There's no word yet on whether Jones, who is one of Anaheim's most promising young prospects, will have his start to training camp impacted by this injury.
Jones racked up three assists in OHL London's 6-3 win over Peterborough on Friday.
Jones suffered a bruised shoulder while participating in Anaheim's training camp not long ago, but he looked completely healthy in his season debut for the Knights on Friday. With many of London's top players from last season having turned pro, Jones is being counted upon to be a major offensive contributor for the club this year.
Jones is back on the ice after sustaining a shoulder injury Tuesday, Eric Stephens of the Orange County Register reports.
Jones bruised his shoulder during the Ducks' first preseason game but several days of rest have allowed the 18-year-old to recover. The No. 24 overall pick in the 2016 draft scored 52 points in 63 games for the London Knights of the OHL last season and figures to begin the 2016-17 campaign in the minors.
Jones is day-to-day with an upper-body injury that he sustained Tuesday, Eric Stephens of the Orange County Register reports.
Jones is expected to play in the minors this campaign. Last season for the OHL's London Knights, the 18-year-old left winger netted 28 goals and added 24 assists in 63 games.
Jones signed a three-year, entry-level contract with Anaheim on Friday.
Jones, the 24th overall pick in this summer's draft, wasted little time agreeing to his first NHL contract. One of the OHL's most prolific checkers last season, the 18-year-old has the potential to evolve into a top-six forward for the Ducks in the coming years. Last season with the London Knights, Jones netted 28 goals and dished out 24 assists over 63 games.
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