Los Angeles Kings
Los Angeles Kings
Martin Jones
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MartinJones
POSITION: Goaltender
HEIGHT: 6' 4"
CATCHES: Left
WEIGHT: 187
BIRTHDATE: 01/10/1990
AGE: 24
BIRTHPLACE: North Vancouver, BC, CAN
DRAFTED: undrafted
 

First NHL game: Dec. 3, 2013 at Anaheim

First NHL win: Dec. 3, 2013 at Anaheim

First NHL shutout: Dec. 7, 2013 vs. NY Islanders (3-0 win)

Most shots, game: 39, 2x’s (Last: Dec. 14, 2013 at Ottawa)

Most saves, game: 38, Dec. 11, 2013 at Toronto

Longest winning streak: 8, Dec. 3 to Dec. 21, 2013

Career shutouts: 4, Last: April 10, 2014 at Edmonton (3-0 win)

Career penalty shots: None

Career shootout record: 2-0

Career shootout save percentage: 1.000 (12/12)

Career assists: 1, Dec. 19, 2013 vs. San Jose

Career penalty minutes: None

2013-14: Selected as the Kings Best Newcomer (Mark Bavis Memorial Award)…Earned fourth career shutout April 10 at EDM (17 saves, 3-0 win)...Selected as NHL Co-Rookie of the Month for December...Went 8-0-0 with a 0.98 GAA, .966 SV% and three shutouts in his first eight NHL games (tied NHL record for consecutive winning games to start a career)...First goaltender in NHL history to allow an average of less than one goal per game in his first eight games of his career...First goaltender to allow two or fewer goals in each of his first eight games since Frank Brimsek in 1938-39...Named NHL Second Star Of The Week Dec .16...Earned third career shutout Dec. 17 vs. EDM (24 saves, 3-0 win) - third goaltender in NHL history to record three shutouts in his first six starts...Scoreless streak of 177:16 (Dec. 3-11)...Earned second career shutout Dec. 10 at MTL (30 saves, 6-0 win) - Second Kings rookie goaltender to record back-to-back shutouts...Earned first career shutout Dec. 7 vs. NYI (16 saves, 3-0 win)...Made NHL debut Dec. 3 at ANA (26 saves and stopped all nine shootout attempts in 3-2 SOW)...Nine shootout stops most by a goaltender making his NHL debut...Nine shootout stops without allowing a goal is a Kings record…Named 2014 AHL All-Star…PLAYOFFS: Made NHL postseason debut in relief, stopping all four shots he faced in 18 minutes April 17 at SJS.

2012-13: AHL rankings were the following: fourth in wins, tied for sixth in shutouts, second in minutes and second in saves…Went 15-7-1 in 23-game span (Feb. 22-April 20, 2013)…Won six straight games (April 7-20, 2013)…Won five of his first six decisions (Oct. 12-28, 2012).

2011-12: Earned shutout March 31, 2012 at Worcester (28 saves, 4-0 win)…Played in four straight overtime/shootout games Nov. 27-Dec. 11, 2011 (won three of the four)…7-1-1 in nine-game span (Nov. 18-Dec. 30, 2011) – 2.56 GAA, .919 SV%.


2010-11:
AHL rankings were the following: sixth in GAA (second among rookies), tied for seventh in save pct (tied for third among rookies), tied for 10th in wins (tied for fourth among rookies) and tied for 11th in shutouts (fourth among rookies)…Seventh among AHL rookies in minutes, ninth among rookies in saves…14-2-0 in 18-game span (two no decisions) Nov. 20, 2010-Jan. 15, 2011 (stopped 496-of-528 shots = .939 spct)…Six-game win streak (Dec. 18, 2010-Jan. 2, 2011 (stopped 159-of-167 shots = .952 spct)…Named to 2011 AHL All-Star Team…AHL Rookie of the Month in December 2010 (7-1-0, 1.99 GAA, .935 spct in 9 GP).   

2009-10:
Finished four-year tenure with Calgary (WHL) with 108 wins and 16 shutouts, most in team history…WHL Goaltender of the Year (Del Wilson Trophy) and WHL First-Team All-Star…Led Calgary to best regular season record in WHL (52-17-3)…Among WHL goaltenders he ranked: first in GAA, first in shutouts, second in wins, fourth in save pct and ninth in minutes…Recorded two short-handed assists (three assists total)…Helped Calgary capture the WHL Championship and bid in Memorial Cup…WHL Playoffs Most Valuable Player…Among WHL goaltenders in playoffs he ranked: first in wins, first in GAA, first in minutes, first in saves, tied for first in shutouts and third in save pct…2-2 with 3.71 GAA and .907 save pct in four Memorial Cup appearances (Calgary lost to Brandon in Semifinals)…Named Outstanding Goaltender at Memorial Cup (Hap Emms Memorial Trophy) and selected to Memorial Cup All-Star Team.

2008-09: Led Calgary to best regular season record in WHL (59-9-4)…Set single-season club record in wins (previous mark was 39)…Among WHL goaltenders he ranked: first in wins, tied for first in shutouts, third in GAA, tied for third in save pct and fourth in minutes…WHL Second-Team All-Star…Helped Calgary advance to the WHL Finals…Tied WHL record with 12 straight playoff wins…Among WHL goaltenders in playoffs he ranked: second in wins, second in GAA, second in shutouts, third in save pct, third in minutes and fourth in saves.

2007-08: Ranked fourth in WHL in GAA, tied for 11th in save pct…Helped Calgary advance to the WHL’s Eastern Conference Finals.

2006-07: Began junior career with Calgary.

LAST AMATEUR CLUB:
Calgary, WHL…WHL Goaltender of the Year (Del Wilson Trophy), WHL First-Team All-Star and WHL Playoffs Most Valuable Player in 2009-10...Outstanding Goaltender at Memorial Cup (Hap Emms Memorial Trophy) and selected to Memorial Cup All-Star Team in 2009-10…WHL Second-Team All-Star in 2008-09.

INTERNATIONAL PLAY:
Played for Team Canada at the following tournament: World Junior Championships (2010, 2 GP, 1-1-0, 2.30 GAA, .917 spct, silver medal).