2016-17: 63 GP, 9g-53a-62pts (w/ Portland, WHL, regular season)
11 GP, 2g-8a-10pts (w/ Portland, WHL, postseason)
7 GP, 0g-2a-2pts w/ Team USA World Junior Team
2017-18: Year one of a three-year NHL entry level contract
GET TO KNOW CALEB WITH THESE FIVE FAST FACTS:
- Won a Gold Medal representing the USA at last season’s World Junior Championships
- Finished second on the Winterhawks this past season in assists with 53 after leading all Western Hockey League rookies in assists the year prior with 45
- Made his professional debut during the Condors inaugural AHL season in 2015-16, appearing in three games at the end of the season
- His brother Seth plays for the Columbus Blue Jackets and his father Ronald, better known as “Popeye,” played 11 seasons in the NBA and is currently an assistant coach with the Indiana Pacers
- Hails from Frisco, Texas and grew up playing in the Dallas Stars youth program before joining the United States National Development Program and ultimately the Portland Winterhawks
WHAT HE’S SAYING:
“I’ve gained a lot of confidence every year and I’ve taken some huge steps since they (Edmonton) drafted me back in 2015,” – Jones during the Oilers development camp in Jasper in July.
HIGHLIGHT OF THE YEAR:
Jones scores shorthanded, end-to-end, against rival Seattle.
— Portland Winterhawks (@pdxwinterhawks) February 20, 2017