Jones (undisclosed) was sent down to AHL San Diego on Monday.
Jones was placed on injured reserve prior to the start of the season and his demotion to the minors would suggest he's healthy. The 22-year-old scored just 12 points in 59 games at the NHL level last season, so it wouldn't be surprising to see him bounce between the majors and minors this season.
Jones (undisclosed) was placed on injured reserve Wednesday, per TSN.
It's unclear when Jones sustained the injury, but it will cost him time at the start of the season. The 22-year-old winger is in the mix for a middle-six role with the Ducks in 2020-21. When he's ready to return, he'll likely compete with Isac Lundestrom and Sonny Milano for playing time.
Jones produced eight goals and 12 points in 59 games this season.
Anaheim's first-round pick in 2016 (24th overall) didn't do much to turn any heads in 2019-20. Jones' 102 shots on goal ranked fifth among all Ducks forwards, which could be spun as a positive, but any prospective owners out there would love to see him start scoring goals at better than a 7.8 percent clip. Nonetheless, the 22-year-old will likely jump back into the team's middle six next season as he continues to develop at the NHL level.
Jones notched a power-play assist, three hits and two PIM in Tuesday's 5-2 win over the Senators.
Jones snapped an eight-game point drought with his helper on Rickard Rakell's insurance tally in the second period. The 22-year-old Jones has 12 points, 101 shots, 82 hits and a minus-6 rating through 58 contests this year.
Jones scored a goal on three shots in a 4-1 loss to the Panthers on Wednesday.
Jones tallied the opening goal of the game, but the Panthers rattled off four unanswered tallies. The 22-year-old winger snapped a five-game point drought with his tally. He's up to eight goals, 11 points, 66 hits and 89 shots through 49 contests. He's seeing time alongside Ryan Getzlaf currently, which could make Jones an appealing DFS option.
Jones potted a goal on three shots and added two hits in Saturday's 3-1 win over the Kings.
Jones converted on a pass from Sam Steel in the first period. The Michigan native has six goals and two helpers through 41 games. He's added 53 hits, 22 PIM and 76 shots on goal this season.
The Ducks recalled Jones from AHL San Diego on Sunday, Elliott Teaford of The Orange County Register reports.
The 21-year-old got some extra work in the minors over the All-Star break, lighting the lamp once in two AHL games. Jones will likely be right back in the lineup with the big club for Monday's game in San Jose, as he's suited up in 14 straight contests.
Jones was sent down to AHL San Diego on Saturday, Elliott Teaford of The Orange County Register reports.
The Ducks don't play again until Jan. 27, so this move was made so Jones could keep playing through Anaheim's bye week. Expect the 21-year-old to be recalled upon the conclusion of his team's week off.
Jones (upper body) will be in the lineup for Monday's game against the Blues.
Jones suffered the upper-body injury during Saturday's game against the Blackhawks, but the fact that he's playing Monday signifies that injury wasn't likely serious. He'll assume his normal role as the team's third-line left wing.
Jones suffered an upper-body injury in Saturday's game versus the Blackhawks.
The Ducks officially called him questionable to return. He skated 10:18 with a goal and two shots prior to exiting the contest. Assuming he can't get back on the ice Saturday, his next chance to return is Monday in St. Louis.
Jones scored a goal on two shots in Thursday's 4-2 loss to the Coyotes.
Jones gave the Ducks a 2-1 lead just over two minutes into the second period. It was his fourth goal of the season and his first since being recalled from AHL San Diego on Wednesday. The 2016 first-rounder has been averaging more than 15 minutes per game since his recall, so he appears to be getting a chance to stick with the Ducks.
The Ducks recalled Jones from AHL San Diego on Wednesday.
With Troy Terry (knee) ruled out for Wednesday's road game against the Devils, Jones and Isac Lundestrom were recalled from the team's AHL affiliate. Jones has the most NHL experience between the two, recording five points over 23 games with the big club this year. The Ducks have 12 healthy forwards already, so the move could just be for depth since they play two more road games Saturday and Sunday.
Jones posted an assist and two shots on goal in Saturday's 4-1 win over the Blues.
Jones has three points in his last four games, a spree that saw him bumped up to Ryan Getzlaf's line for Saturday's contest. Jones still has just four points through 17 games, but with 31 shots on goal and 16 hits as well. Fantasy owners in deeper formats may want to keep an eye on the first-round pick from 2016 while he's seeing top-line deployment.
Jones potted a goal on two shots and added two PIM in Thursday's 5-3 loss to the Sharks.
Jones' third-period marker cut the deficit to one goal, but the Ducks were unable to catch up with their in-state rivals. The 21-year-old is showing a little more spark on offense with two goals in the last three games. He's up to three points, 29 shots and 16 hits through 16 contests.
Jones potted a goal on three shots and added two hits in Sunday's 6-2 loss to the Oilers.
Jones' goal in the third period gave the Ducks a little hope, but Connor McDavid answered with a pair to complete his hat trick. Jones has just Sunday's goal and a helper in 14 games. The winger has added 25 shots and 15 hits this year in a limited role.
Jones was promoted from the minors Monday.
Considering Jones has yet to score a goal this season and has just one assist in 12 outings, it wasn't a shock to see him sent down to AHL San Diego in the hopes the winger could re-discover his offensive game. Heading into Tuesday's matchup with Minnesota, Jones is far from guaranteed a spot in the lineup and will need to steal a spot from Nicolas Deslauriers, Derek Grant or Carter Rowney.
Jones was reassigned to AHL San Diego on Saturday.
The decision to relegate Jones to minor-league duty could mean Ondrej Kase (jaw) is nearing a return to action. Jones, in 12 games, has only managed a single assist, so his fantasy production won't be missed.
Apart from an assist on Opening Night, Jones has gone pointless in nine games this season.
Jones collected an assist in Anaheim's first game of the season but has been held off the scoresheet in nine contests since. At this stage of his career, the 21-year-old sophomore winger is not a reliable point producer and should be kept off fantasy rosters.
Jones collected an assist and three hits in Thursday's 2-1 win over the Coyotes.
Jones is looking to stick in the NHL this season as part of the Ducks' larger youth movement. He accumulated five points and 30 hits in 30 games last year. Jones is starting the year on the third line with Adam Henrique and Troy Terry, but veteran Devin Shore will be pushing him for that role throughout the year.
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.
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