Terry Jones, Edmonton Sun

Terry Jones

Edmonton Sun

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Recent:
  • Edmonton Sun
Past:
  • Edmonton Journal
  • Winnipeg Sun
  • Canoe
  • Toronto Sun
  • National Post
  • TheStarPhoenix.com
  • Calgary Sun
  • The Province

Recent articles by Terry:

JONES: Edmonton getting double dose of bubble hockey before world juniors make a return

Edmonton will not be done with Hub City, no-fans-in-the-stands bubble hockey when the Stanley Cup playoffs conclude. → Read More

JONES: Avalanche hoping Cinderella story doesn't end in abrupt final chapter

Win, and Michael Hutchinson will become one of those zero-to-hero Stanley Cup stories for the ages. → Read More

Cancelled World Triathlon Series championships returning to Edmonton in 2021

This was supposed to be the week. → Read More

JONES: Alphonso Davies can't come home following Champions League victory

It began only a few minutes after Alphonso Davies had hoisted the huge Champions League trophy as the first Canadian to win the biggest competition involving club teams in the soccer world. → Read More

JONES: Short series may be key to Stanley Cup success

Other than goaltending, Killer Instinct may become the key to success in that we’re dealing with here.If there was ever a year that you wanted to sweep a series or two in the Stanley Cup playoffs, this is it. → Read More

JONES: Good day for Canadian teams in Stanley Cup Playoffs

When hub hosts Toronto and Edmonton joined Winnipeg in checking out of the 2020 Stanley Cup playoffs, it looked like Canada’s bubble had burst barely before the teams had all entered the bubbles. → Read More

JONES: Oilers still missing something says Connor McDavid

It was a virtual, five-day-late, 18-players-short Zoom video edition of garbage-bag-day-exit media interviews offered up Friday by the roundly criticized Edmonton Oilers for using the COVID-19 pandemic as a reason to allow them to dodge the normal departure routine. → Read More

JONES: Never get rid of Stanley Cup playoff marathons

When Chris Cuthbert started calling the Calgary-Dallas Stanley Cup playoff game in Edmonton on Tuesday, the Tampa Bay-Columbus game was in overtime in Toronto.When he finished, Columbus and Tampa were still in overtime. → Read More

JONES: Oilers GM faces tough decisions after ‘massively disappointing’ series loss

It was a measured, reasoned, honest, no bull, no rose-colored glasses evaluation from general manager Ken Holland that Edmonton Oilers fans needed to hear. → Read More

JONES: NHL Hub City hosts sent packing, but don’t dial out just yet

The two Hub City hosts are toast. The Toronto Maple Leafs and Edmonton Oilers are out before the traditional four rounds of the Stanley Cup playoffs even begin. → Read More

JONES: Oilers skip out on end-of-season media interviews after loss

There was no “garbage bag day.”The Edmonton Oilers left the bubble faster than Connor McDavid can skate. Most of the them departed Hub City without having to make the walk of shame through the interview room the next day. → Read More

JONES: Oilers may be out but 50-50 ticket draw must go on

The Oilers are out. But their world record-setting 50-50 must go on without them!You can stop Connor McDavid, Leon Draisaitl and Ryan Nugent-Hopkins but the Edmonton 50-50 has become unbeatable, a juggernaut, hitting $15,220. → Read More

JONES: Oilers out on Elimination Day with 3-2 loss to Blackhawks

They died on do-or-die day.They were eliminated on Elimination Day.Failure to attend to detail, giveaways in their own end, continually allowing the Chicago Blackhawks to produce points from the point and not being able to generate secondary scoring were only a few of the long list of failings. → Read More

JONES: Oilers stars need help from supporting cast

To most of the hockey world the Edmonton Oilers are Connor McDavid, Leon Draisaitl and Ryan Nugent-Hopkins.If they don’t bounce back from Wednesday’s failure to close Game 3 of the NHL’s best-of-five ‘Play-In’ Stanley Cup qualifying series game while in apparent control... → Read More

JONES: TV numbers are in and Edmonton a hit as NHL Hub City

In the biz, they’re known as “beauty shots.”Generally they’re the first views you see on a telecast of a sports event, setting the scene. Often they’ll feature an overhead view of the venue. → Read More

JONES: Superstar and goaltending always a winning formula for Oilers

Gretzky and goaltending.That used to be the formula.McDavid and netminding.Works just as well.Yes, there’s all sorts of other pieces and parts at play. You need most of them going most nights to win a Stanley Cup playoff series. → Read More

JONES: Hub Cities brilliant for all except local teams so far

In Toronto and Edmonton, of course, it has the potential to be one of those “Other than that, Mrs. Lincoln, how did you enjoy the play?” deals.But for openers, the NHL’s ‘Return To Play’ Hub City summer Stanley Cup playoffs have been brilliant. → Read More

JONES: Remote broadcasts the next best thing for Oilers voice Jack Michaels

The broadcast booth is 10.9 kilometres away from the Stanley Cup logo at centre ice in Rogers Place.Play-by-play man Jack Michaels and colour commentator Bob Stauffer will call Game 1 of the Chicago-Edmonton best-of-five ‘Play-In-Series Saturday afternoon from the 630 CHED studios on Edmonton&... → Read More

JONES: Expect Koskinen to start in Oilers net against Chicago

If you had a goaltender with a 50-24 record, complete with an impressive 1.64 goals-against average and an equally imposing .936 save percentage in the playoffs, would you start the guy?That’s the post-season goaltending line on Mikko Koskinen in his six seasons in the Kontinental Hockey Leagu... → Read More

JONES: Blackhawks rookie Dach looking to dig in against hometown Oilers

The only time the Chicago Blackhawks played in Edmonton this season, there was a curious sight to behold after the game.There were dozens and dozens of fans who stayed around to visit with their man of the match when it was over. → Read More