Max Jones Stats
- Height / Weight
- 75 / 216 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 2/17/1998 (26)
Max Jones Last 10 Games
Max Jones News
Anaheim Ducks left wing Max Jones (upper body) has been removed from Injured Reserve and appears ready to rejoin the lineup for Friday's matchup against the Oilers. Jones has been out since Jan. 5, missing 12 contests. He has played in 34 games this season, producing four goals and four assists. The 26-year-old isn't very productive in the attack and has finished with zero points in 14 of his last 16 appearances. Jones looks set to replace Mason McTavish (upper body) in the lineup on Friday.
Anaheim Ducks left wing Max Jones suffered an upper-body injury in Friday's 3-1 loss to Winnipeg, taking only five shifts and finishing with 4:15 of ice time. Jones has filled in for Troy Terry (upper body) on the top line lately. His stint in the role gets an unfortunate ending, although Terry is on the cusp of returning anyway. Jones has posted four goals with four assists in 34 games this season. He's averaged less than 12 of ice time for the season, so the 25-year-old doesn't have a large role to play for the Ducks, but we could see him back in the top six if Anaheim suffers further injuries. Jones should be considered questionable for Sunday's tilt with Detroit.
Anaheim Ducks winger Max Jones will make his season debut as a first-liner on Friday against Minnesota. He missed the team's first game of the season with an illness and takes over from Troy Terry, who is also now battling a non-COVID related illness. Jones is a former first-round pick, who hasn't made much noise in the NHL so far with 28 points in 135 games. Fantasy managers shouldn't expect too much from the 23-year-old, despite him filling a top-six role.
The Anaheim Ducks have re-signed forward Max Jones to a three-year, $3.885 million contract ($1.295 million average annual value). The 23-year-old, who was previously a restricted free agent, is coming off a campaign in which he tallied 11 points (seven goals, four assists), a minus-nine rating, 77 shots and 100 hits in 46 contests. The former first-round draft pick has yet to tap into his offensive potential at the NHL level (career-high of 12 points in 59 games in 2019-2020) so he should mostly stick in the Ducks' bottom-six forward group next season.