LA Kings rookie goaltender Martin Jones
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EL SEGUNDO, CA — As he left the ice after earning his first National Hockey League
shutout in a 3-0 victory over the New York Islanders
on December 7 at Staples Center
in what was just his second NHL game, goaltender Martin Jones
entered the dressing room while his teammates chanted his name.
In two games, Jones has won both contests, the first coming at Anaheim, a 3-2, nine-round shootout win on December 3. In those games, Jones earned an 0.97 goals-against average and a .955 save percentage.
Those are magnificent numbers, to be sure. However, given the small sample size, they do not mean a whole lot. Even so, it represents a tremendous, near-fairy tale start to a young goaltender’s NHL career.
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