Jones missed Friday’s game, but is expected to return tonight vs. the Senators. Jones has 11 goals and 12 assists (23 points) in 51 games this season. He will skate on the Flames fourth line with Matt Stajan and Brandon Bollig.
Jones left Thursday's game with a lower-body injury and did not return.
Jones played just 2:44 before retiring to the dressing for the evening. He was hit by a slapper and hobbled off of the ice. Flames head coach Bob Hartley did not have an update on Jones’ status after the game.
Jones (upper-body) returns to the Flames lineup on Wednesday.
Jones has missed the last four games with an upper-body injury that he suffered on November 15th. Corban Knight is expected to be the one who is reassigned to the AHL to make room for Jones. Lance Bouma, who played on the top-line last night, is expected to move back and centre the fourth line, with Jones taking his spot with Sean Monahan and Curtis Glencross.
Jones (upper-body) will be back in the Flames lineup on Tuesday.
Jones has missed the last eight games with an upper-body injury that he suffered on October 9th vs. the Oilers. Jones is expected to take Mason Raymond's spot in the lineup because Raymond is dealing with an upper-body injury of his own and he is listed as questionable.
Jones (lower-body) will likely play on the Flames home-stand.
Jones has been sidelined since October 9th because of an upper-body injury. The Flames said that he is progressing well and is expected to play on their current home-stand, which has three games remaining after tonight.
Jones was injured in Monday's loss to the Flames. He only played 12:13 before departing for the dressing room. Jones was spotted after the game with the arm in a sling, which suggests he is dealing with a shoulder issue.
Jones (eye) is expected to return to the Flames lineup tonight.
Jones has missed the last eight games with an eye infection but appears to be back tonight vs. the Sharks. He has 12 points (6G / 6A) in 36 games this season. Jones is expected to skate with Matt Stajan and Paul Byron tonight.
Jones (eye) will travel with the team on their two-game road-trip.
The road-trip begins on Saturday in Vancouver and wraps up on Monday in San Jose. Jones has missed the last seven games with an eye infection, but traveling with the squad suggest that he could return to the lineup in one of the two games.
The Colorado Avalanche have traded forward David Jones and defenceman Shane O'Brien to the Calgary Flames in exchange for forward Alex Tanguay and defenceman Cory Sarich.
Jones struggled with three goals and six assists in 33 games last season. In the previous two years, he had 20 goals in 2011-12 and 27 goals in 2010-11. He has 70 goals and 126 points in 272 games, all with Colorado.