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Martin Jones

Martin Jones

G - PHI

Age: 31

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PHI @ NYR
Wed, 12/1 7:00pm
Rank G #63
Best / Worst G #58 / #58

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Martin Jones' 43 saves not enough as Flyers lose 4th straight

Jones third star of game, surrenders two goals on 45 shots in Wednesdays overtime lose to the Panthers.

Fantasy Impact

Despite Jones losing his third game in a row he played well, including a spectacular diving stick save on Sam Reinhart to keep the Flyers ahead by one in the second period. Jones now sports a 3-2-1 record, 2.82 GAA and .927 save percentage. Jones is a stash in deeper leagues but not a recommended start at this time.

Kevin Mayes6 days ago
Martin Jones allows four goals in loss

Martin Jones stopped 20-of-24 shots during San Jose's 5-2 loss to Vancouver.

Fantasy Impact

The Sharks and Jones allowed the Canucks to score four unanswered goals in the home loss. Jones has struggled this season going 13-17-2 in 33 games played with a 3.25 GAA and a .889 save percentage. He has allowed 13 goals in his last three starts.

Robert Klein2 years ago
Martin Jones struggles in Game Five versus Blues

Martin Jones surrendered five goals on 40 shots faced in San Jose's 5-0 loss to the Blues Sunday.

Fantasy Impact

Jones was peppered with a bounty of shots faced by the Blues during a 5-0 shutout in Game Five of the Western Conference Finals. Jones will need to put this one behind him quickly as he and his squad will have to get ready for a do-or-die Game Six battle in St. Louis Tuesday.

Matthew Catalano3 years ago
Martin Jones is expected to get the start in Game Four Friday

Martin Jones will get the green light to start between the pipes for the San Jose Sharks in Game Four Friday night.

Fantasy Impact

Jones will attempt to help his team gain a commanding 3-1 series lead over the St. Louis Blues with a victory Friday evening in Game Four. So far, the San Jose net-minder has a 10-6 record, 2.89 GAA, and a 0.903 SV% throughout the 2018-19 post-season.

Matthew Catalano3 years ago
Martin Jones turns aside 28 shots in OT win versus Blues

Despite allowing four goals on 32 shots against St. Louis Wednesday, Martin Jones was still able to come up with enough timely saves to secure a Game Three OT win for his squad. San Jose now leads the Western Conference Finals 2-1.

Fantasy Impact

While this was not one of Jones' better performances, it was still enough to get the job done Wednesday night against the Blues. Jones now possesses a 10-6 record with a 2.89 GAA and a 0.903 SV% through 17 games started this post-season.

Matthew Catalano3 years ago