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David Jones

31-Year-Old Right Wing – Free Agent

2015-16 NHL Stats

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2015-16 NHL Projections

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2015-16 Fantasy Hockey Outlook

Jones stayed healthy for the first time in a few years, and as a result, put his best offensive season together since 2012-13. He registered 30 points in 67 games in the regular season, then exploded for five points in the six-game playoff series win against Vancouver. While...

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SHOOTS: Right   HT: 6' 3"   WT: 208   DOB: 8/10/1984   BORN: Guelph, Ontario   DRAFTED: 9th Rd, #288 Overall in 2003   Show ContractHide Contract

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David Jones Contract Information:

Signed a four-year extension with Colorado in June of 2012.

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Jones (illness) is ready to play Friday night against the Red Wings, Kent Youngblood of the Star Tribune reports.

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David Jones NHL Stats
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Season Age League Team GP G A Pts +/- PIM SOG SH% GWG SHG TOI/G G A Pts TOI/G Hits BS
2007-08 23 27 2 4 6 -5 8 37 5.4 0 0 1 0 1
2008-09 24 40 8 5 13 -8 8 47 17.0 1 0 12:44 1 1 2 0:37 54 13
2009-10 25 23 10 6 16 1 2 39 25.6 3 2 17:56 1 1 2 0:53 29 9
2010-11 26 NHL COL 77 27 18 45 -2 28 153 17.6 4 0 17:41 6 3 9 2:24 93 38
2011-12 27 NHL COL 72 20 17 37 -8 32 136 14.7 5 1 15:45 3 3 6 1:52 85 24
2012-13 28 NHL COL 33 3 6 9 -11 6 62 4.8 2 0 16:49 1 0 1 1:46 45 20
2013-14 29 NHL CGY 48 9 8 17 1 10 104 8.7 1 0 15:28 2 0 2 1:47 102 31
2014-15 30 NHL CGY 67 14 16 30 -3 18 114 12.3 1 0 14:20 2 0 2 1:00 125 45
2015-16 31 NHL CGY 59 9 6 15 -8 10 67 13.4 2 0 12:47 1 0 1 0:27 115 28
2015-16 31 NHL MIN 16 2 1 3 1 0 17 11.8 0 0 11:09 0 0 0 0:07 32 5
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David Jones – Playing Time Overview

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2015-16 Time On Ice Stats

11:09

Average Time On Ice

On average, David Jones was on the ice for 11:09.

0:07

Average Power Play Time On Ice

On average, David Jones was on the ice for 0:07 during power plays.

0:00

Average Short-Handed Time On Ice

On average, David Jones was on the ice for 0:00 while the team was short-handed.

Year Ice Time Power Play Short-Handed
2014-15 14:20 1:00 0:03
2015-16 12:47 0:27 0:04
2015-16 11:09 0:07 0:00

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2015-16 NHL Game Log   David Jones
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David Jones: Past News Updates   ( ▲ View most recent update )

Jones (illness) won't suit up for Tuesday's game against the Blackhawks, Chad Graff of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports.

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Jones missed Monday's practice due to an illness, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports.

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Jones scored his 11th goal of the season, and second with the Wild, in Saturday's win over Carolina.

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Jones notched a goal -- the first with his new squad -- in just 7:20 of ice time in Saturday's 3-2 shootout win against Buffalo.

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Jones (personal) will debut with the Wild on Thursday.

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Jones will miss Tuesday's game against the Avalanche as he deals with a visa issue, Michael Russo of the Star Tribune reports.

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Jones was acquired by the Wild from Calgary on Monday for Niklas Backstrom and a sixth-round pick in the 2016 draft.

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Jones recorded his ninth goal of the season in a 5-3 loss to Minnesota on Wednesday.

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Jones (lower body) will return to the lineup Wednesday against the Wild.

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Jones will actually miss Monday's game against the Ducks because of a lower-body injury.

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Jones (lower body) will make his return to the lineup Monday against Anaheim.

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Jones (lower body) will not return to the lineup for Friday's game against the Coyotes, Derek Wills of Sportsnet 960 The Fan reports.

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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks

2015-16

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2014-15

Jones had his season cut short with an arm injury in 2013-14, but did register 17 points in 48 games before he hit the IR. He will provide a decent burst of offense from the third or fourth line, but his fantasy contributions are minimal, especially with his injury history.

2013-14

Jones is hoping for a fresh start in Calgary after a disappointing 2012-13 season in Colorado in which he scored only nine points. In the previous two seasons, he had 47 goals and 35 assists, so he has an outside shot at the second line in Calgary if he can prove last season was an outlier. He may not get to 27 goals (2010-11) again anytime soon, as he was surrounded by more talent in Colorado. But he is primed for a decent bounce-back season if he can stay healthy. He might just bring you value as a late-round selection, particularly in leagues with goal-heavy scoring systems.

2012-13

Jones tallied 37 points (20G, 17A) in 72 games last season, a disappointing result after cracking the 40-point barrier (27G, 18A) the season before. He also averaged roughly two minutes less in ice time and was frequently a healthy scratch down the stretch. Still, the Avs confirmed their commitment to the rugged winger, taking him off the free agent market in June by inking him to a new four-year, $16 million contract. Jones should open 2012-13 on the Avs' third line, but a top-six role is not out of the question provided he can step up his play.

2011-12

Jones, who has been plagued by injuries over most of his short career thus far, finally managed to play close to a full slate of games last year, scoring a career-high 45 points (27G, 18A) in 77 games. As long as he stays healthy, Jones should resume his role as the Avs' second-line right winger this season. Big and rugged with a heavy shot and decent speed, Jones could be a 40-goal scorer someday if he develops some durability. He could be a late-round bargain in deeper fantasy leagues this season.

2010-11

Jones played in just 23 games last season before suffering a torn ACL which effectively ended his season. He resumed practicing in early April with the intent of rejoining the team in time for the playoffs, but ultimately was unable to get himself back into the lineup. With 16 points (10 G, 6 A) in those 23 games played, Jones showed some real fantasy potential prior to his injury. He projects as a top-six forward if fully healthy, and could be a good sleeper pick on draft day.

2009-10

Jones played in 40 games for the Avs last season, totaling 13 points (8G, 5A) before suffering a season-ending shoulder injury on January 27. Jones has decent offensive upside and will be part of an emerging youth movement in Denver. He should wind up playing on one of the Avs' top two lines this season if he can stay healthy.

2008-09

Jones saw top-six minutes with the Avs late last season, and could wind up as the Avs' number two RW this year if he has a solid training camp and Marek Svatos continues to underperform. Jones has all the tools to be an elite power forward in the NHL - good size, strength and speed to go along with a hard, accurate shot. He's worth keeping an eye on.

2007-08

Jones was sent to the Lake Erie Monsters of the AHL in Sept. 2007.