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    Default Martin Jones makes history in Kings' 6-0 victory at Montreal (LA Times)

    Jones gets his second consecutive shutout in his third NHL start, and the Kings' first-ever shutout of the Canadiens.



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    and they said jones wasn't ready for the big show this season..

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    Quote Originally Posted by KopiFan11 View Post
    and they said jones wasn't ready for the big show this season..
    He played very well last night, but he's got a long way until he's considered "ready". Goalies have great peaks and valleys in their careers. Saying Jones is the second coming of Roy or Brodeur is a little premature.
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    Quote Originally Posted by daxx View Post
    He played very well last night, but he's got a long way until he's considered "ready". Goalies have great peaks and valleys in their careers. Saying Jones is the second coming of Roy or Brodeur is a little premature.
    not sure where you got me saying jones was the second coming of Roy or brodeur. but for management plans on keeping him in Manchester this season to develop him in hopes for him to be ready next season as a backup to quick who is known to play 80+% of the season when healthy, he definitely looks like he would have been ready to take on that role this season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KopiFan11 View Post
    not sure where you got me saying jones was the second coming of Roy or brodeur. but for management plans on keeping him in Manchester this season to develop him in hopes for him to be ready next season as a backup to quick who is known to play 80+% of the season when healthy, he definitely looks like he would have been ready to take on that role this season.
    He had a late start in camp. Scrivens has been an amazing backup goalie as well. Better to have a plethora of good goaltenders than to have a plethora of Dan Cloutiers.

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