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Maple Leafs' Martin Jones: Gives up three goals in win
Jones stopped 23 of 26 shots in Thursday's 7-3 win over the Golden Knights.
The Maple Leafs jumped out to a 4-0 lead after the first period, giving Jones all the support he needed to secure his second win in a row. It was Toronto's sixth straight win, though Ilya Samsonov has once again claimed the No. 1 job in Toronto. Jones is at 11-7-1 with a 2.71 GAA and a .907 save percentage through 20 outings. The Maple Leafs wrap up their road trip Saturday in Colorado, and with no back-to-back sets over the next week, it's unclear when Jones might get back between the pipes.... See More ... See Less
Maple Leafs' Martin Jones: Set to start Thursday
Jones is expected to play on the road against Vegas on Thursday, per Jesse Granger of The Athletic.
Jones has a 10-7-1 record, 2.69 GAA and .908 save percentage in 19 outings in 2023-24. He stopped 19 of 21 shots in a 9-2 victory over Anaheim in his last start Saturday. Vegas, which has a 19-8-2 record, will likely be a challenging adversary for Jones.... See More ... See Less
Maple Leafs' Martin Jones: Earns win vs. Ducks
Jones stopped 19 of 21 shots in Saturday's 9-2 win over Anaheim.
Toronto's offense did most of the work Saturday, but Jones was sharp when he needed to be, allowing just a pair of goals en route to his first win since Jan. 18. The 34-year-old netminder improved to 10-7-1 with a .908 save percentage and 2.69 GAA on the season. He should continue to see occasional work behind Ilya Samsonov until Joseph Woll (ankle) is able to return.... See More ... See Less
Maple Leafs' Martin Jones: Back in action vs. Anaheim
Jones (undisclosed) will start Saturday at home versus the Ducks, David Alter of The Hockey News reports.
Jones was unavailable for Toronto's last two contests, but the 34-year-old netminder will return to action Saturday against a Ducks team that's averaging just 2.57 goals per game. It'll be just the second start since Jan. 20 for Jones. He's 9-7-1 on the season with a .908 save percentage and 2.73 GAA.... See More ... See Less
Maple Leafs' Martin Jones: Still day-to-day
Jones (undisclosed) remains day-to-day and isn't likely to play Thursday versus Philadelphia, David Alter of The Hockey News reports.
Jones has a 9-7-1 record, 2.73 GAA and .908 save percentage in 18 contests this season. Ilya Samsonov is expected to start Thursday while Dennis Hildeby will likely serve as the backup netminder.... See More ... See Less
Maple Leafs' Martin Jones: Unavailable Tuesday
Jones (undisclosed) won't be in the lineup Tuesday versus the Blues, per Mark Masters of TSN.
Jones is considered day-to-day with a minor injury. As a result, Dennis Hildeby will summoned from AHL Toronto on Tuesday to serve as Ilya Samsonov's backup against St. Louis.... See More ... See Less
Maple Leafs' Martin Jones: Allows four in loss
Jones made 28 saves in a 5-3 loss to Ottawa on Saturday. He allowed four goals.
It was Jones' first start since Jan. 20. He didn't play poorly -- the goals were all impressive. Claude Giroux corralled a rebound in front, waited for Jones to commit and scored on a backhand. Vladimir Tarasenko got the second goal on a breakaway, and Shane Pinto tipped in a point shot. Josh Norris scored the winner on a seeing-eye wrist shot that went top shelf. Jones will continue to see sporadic work until Joseph Woll (ankle) returns or the Leafs trade for a netminder.... See More ... See Less
Maple Leafs' Martin Jones: First off ice Saturday
Jones is expected to get the road start in Ottawa on Saturday after being the first netminder off the ice at the morning skate, per David Alter of The Hockey News.
Jones has sat on the bench the last five games as Ilya Samsonov has taken over as the Maple Leafs' No. 1 goaltender. Jones is 9-6-1 with a 2.65 GAA and a .911 save percentage this season. He gave up three goals on 29 shots in a 4-2 loss to the Senators on Dec. 27.... See More ... See Less
Maple Leafs' Martin Jones: Struggles continue
Jones made 15 saves on 21 shots Saturday in a 6-4 loss to Vancouver.
He didn't get rattled in the first when the Canucks' bottom six rang up three quick goals. The game was tied 4-4 until the 7:11 mark of the third when Vancouver scored the first of two power-play goals that frame to seal the win. Jones hasn't had a great run lately, going 1-3-1 and giving up 20 goals in his last five starts. The Leafs have struggled with poor team defense during that span against some elite teams, including Vancouver, Edmonton and Colorado. Jones will continue to be the starter in Toronto until Joseph Woll (ankle) returns. Still, it may be time to rotate Ilya Samsonov into more games to give Jones a bit of a breather.... See More ... See Less
Maple Leafs' Martin Jones: Guarding road goal Saturday
Jones is expected to start on the road against Vancouver on Saturday, per David Alter of The Hockey News.
Jones has a 9-5-1 record, 2.40 GAA and .920 save percentage in 16 contests this season. He's struggled recently, though, allowing at least three goals in each of his last four starts. It will be difficult for Jones to rebound against the Canucks, who led the league offensively this year with 3.78 goals per game.... See More ... See Less
Maple Leafs' Martin Jones: Yields three goals in win
Jones stopped 23 of 26 shots in Thursday's 4-3 win over the Flames.
The Flames were hot to start the game. They fired 11 shots at Jones in the first period, scoring on two of them including a power-play goal by Nazem Kadri at the 15:23 marker. After being down 2-0, the Maple Leafs forwards gave the team some cushion by scoring four consecutive goals, including a hat trick by Auston Matthews. Jones has missed only one start in the past 10 games and has provided Toronto with a .925 save percentage and a 2.12 GAA during that span. The Maple Leafs play Vancouver on the road Saturday.... See More ... See Less
Maple Leafs' Martin Jones: Tending twine Thursday
Jones will patrol the blue paint against the Flames on the road Thursday, Mark Masters of TSN reports.
Jones is mired in a three-game losing streak during which he's given up 11 goals on 93 shots (.882 save percentage). With the veteran netminder struggling, it could open the door for Ilya Samsonov to re-stake his claim at the No. 1 job, though an upcoming back-to-back against Vancouver and Seattle on Saturday and Sunday, respectively, should see both backstops feature.... See More ... See Less
Maple Leafs' Martin Jones: Falls to Edmonton
Jones allowed three goals on 31 shots in Tuesday's 4-2 loss to the Oilers.
Jones was staked to a 2-0 lead midway through the second period before surrendering a Leon Draisaitl goal later in the frame. That was followed by two more unanswered tallies in the third en route to a 4-2 defeat. It's the third straight loss for the 34-year-old Jones -- he's allowed 11 goals on 93 shots in that span. Overall, Jones falls to 8-5-1 with a .922 save percentage and 2.36 GAA this season. While Jones has earned the starting job over Ilya Samsonov, it remains to be seen how Toronto's goalie situation will shake out with Joseph Woll (ankle) nearing a return.... See More ... See Less
Maple Leafs' Martin Jones: Gets starting nod
Jones will start between the pipes in Tuesday's road game versus the Oilers, Mark Masters of TSN reports.
Jones wasn't great in his last start Saturday against the Avalanche, surrendering four goals on 32 shots en route to a 5-3 loss. He'll try to return to the win column in a brutal road matchup with a scorching-hot Edmonton team that's won 10 straight games.... See More ... See Less
Maple Leafs' Martin Jones: Needed help from top teammates
Jones made 28 saves in a 5-3 loss to Colorado on Saturday.
Jones allowed four goals, which is the same number he surrendered Thursday night against the Islanders. The Leafs didn't really help Jones out Saturday. None of Auston Matthews, Mitchell Marner, William Nylander or John Tavares found the scoresheet, and the team couldn't fend off a marauding Nathan MacKinnon late in the game. Jones remains a solid fantasy netminder, but remember he's not the type who can carry the team when the big guns go silent.... See More ... See Less
Maple Leafs' Martin Jones: First off ice Saturday
Jones will be between the home pipes versus Colorado on Saturday, according to David Alter of SI.com.
Jones has taken over the No. 1 job with the Maple Leafs after starting the season in the AHL. He is 8-3-1 with a pair of shutouts, a 2.15 GAA and a .928 save percentage. Jones could have a tough time Saturday against an Avalanche team has gone 8-1-1 in their last 10 games. Colorado also ranks third in the league this campaign with 3.64 goals per contest.... See More ... See Less
Maple Leafs' Martin Jones: Undefeated in regulation in 2024
Jones made 26 saves in a 4-3 OT loss to the Islanders on Thursday.
The Leafs staked Jones to a 3-1 lead by the 2:40 mark of the second period, but the Isles quickly roared back fast. Alexander Romanov roofed a shot glove side at 4:18. And then Bo Horvat notched a power-play goal on a deflection at 13:51 of the same frame. It was Jones' first loss in five games, but he has garnered points in every game since the calendar flipped to 2024 (4-0-1). Overall, Jones is 8-3-1 in 11 starts (13 appearances) with a 2.15 GAA and .928 save percentage. The crease is his with Ilya Samsonov back in the fold as the backup.... See More ... See Less
Maple Leafs' Martin Jones: Slated to face Islanders
Jones is expected to start in Thursday's road game against the Islanders, David Alter of SI.com reports.
Jones has won his last four games while saving 103 of 106 shots (.972 save percentage). He's 8-3-0 with a 1.98 GAA and a .934 save percentage in 12 appearances this year. The Islanders are tied for 19th offensively this campaign with 3.05 goals per game, making them a somewhat favorable matchup for Jones.... See More ... See Less
Maple Leafs' Martin Jones: Cruises to win over former club
Jones turned aside 22 shots in Tuesday's 7-1 win over the Sharks.
Henry Thrun spoiled his shutout bid with a power-play tally in the second period, but otherwise Jones had no trouble dispatching the team he spent six seasons with between 2015-16 and 2020-21. The 34-year-old has recaptured the form he displayed in his first few campaigns for San Jose, allowing only three goals in total while winning four straight starts. Since making his Maple Leafs debut Dec. 7, Jones is 8-3-0 in 12 outings with a dazzling 1.98 GAA and .934 save percentage.... See More ... See Less
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