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Binghamton Hockey Hall Of Fame

2005 Inductee

Brad Jones Brad Jones
Left Wing
Born Jun 26 1965 -- Sterling Heights, MI
Height 6.01 -- Weight 195 -- shoots L

From Binghamton Senators.com
One year after the Minnesota North Stars made Don Biggs (Inducted with Biggs) the 156th overall choice of the NHL entry draft, Brad Jones was selected with the same pick by the Winnipeg Jets. After playing parts of six NHL seasons as a winger with the Jets, Los Angeles Kings and the Flyers, Jones came to Binghamton and spent the 1995-96 season playing for the Rangers. He scored 25 goals and 27 assists in 62 games that season. After spending a year playing in Germany he returned to the Binghamton area and scored 65 points in 55 games for the B.C. Icemen of the United Hockey League.

The 1997-98 season was also his introduction to coaching as he served as a player-assistant coach for the Icemen. He was promoted to the head coaching position following the 1997-98 campaign and spent four seasons as the head coach of the Icemen compiling a record of 156 wins, 111 losses and 29 overtime losses. The Detroit , Mich. area native is also a member of the University of Michigan Hockey Hall of Fame .
 

Player Stats
Season     GP G A Pts PIM +/- GP G A Pts PIM
1995-96 Rangers AHL 62 25 27 52 36 -9 4 1 1 2 0
1997-98 Icemen UHL 55 37 28 65 58   5 2 3 5 6
Totals   117 62 55 117 94 7 9 3 4 7 6

Please Note: Brad Jones was a player\assistant for the B.C. Icemen in the 1997-98 UHL season.

Coaching Stats
Season Team Lge Type GP W L T OTL Pct Result
1998-99 Icemen UHL Head 74 39 30 0 5 0.56 Lost in round 1
1999-00 Icemen UHL Head 74 47 20 0 7 0.68 Lost in round 2
2000-01 Icemen UHL Head 74 31 34 0 9 0.48 Out of Playoffs
2001-02 Icemen UHL Head 74 39 27 0 8 0.58 Lost in round 2
Totals   296 156 111 0 29 0.58  

Brad's son Max Jones started his NHL career with the Anahiem Ducks. Brad played 148 games in the NHL for the Winnipeg Jets, Los Angeles Kings and the Philadelphia Flyers.

Head Coach Brad Jones

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