|Joseph Chief Jones|
"Chief" Joseph Jones with the Portage Lakes Hockey Club in 1902–03
December 18, 1879|
Renfrew, ON, CAN
|Height||6 ft 0 in (183 cm)|
|Weight||205 lb (93 kg; 14 st 9 lb)|
|Played for||St. Paul Victorias
Portage Lake-Houghton HC
Michigan Sault Ste. Marie Indians
Cobalt Silver Kings
|Playing career||c. 1902–1913|
Joseph Henry "Chief" Jones (born December 18, 1879) was a professional ice hockey goaltender who played in many games in various professional and amateur leagues, including the National Hockey Association and International Professional Hockey League. Amongst the teams he played with were the Cobalt Silver Kings. He was a "full blooded Indian" who hailed from Michigan. Before he played with Cobalt, he played with the St. Paul Victorias in St. Paul, Minnesota and in the International Professional Hockey League with a team in Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan from the league's inaugural year until the 1908–09 season, when he signed with the Cobalt Hockey Club. He played for Waterloo in the Ontario Professional Hockey League the following hockey season. He retired after that season.
|1902–03||Portage Lake-Houghton Hockey Club||US Pro||4||2||1||1||240||11||2.75||—||1|
|1903–04||Michigan Sault Ste. Marie Indians||US Pro||4||0||4||0||240||31||7.75||—||0|
|1904–05||Michigan Sault Ste. Marie Indians||IPHL||24||10||13||1||1428||79||3.32||—||1|
|1905–06||Michigan Sault Ste. Marie Indians||IPHL||22||16||6||0||1340||57||2.55||—||2|
|1906–07||Michigan Sault Ste. Marie Indians||IPHL||23||10||13||0||1358||88||3.80||—||0|
|1908–09||Cobalt Silver Kings||TPHL||8||6||2||0||484||32||3.97||—||0|
|1909–10||Cobalt Silver Kings||NHA||12||4||8||0||724||104||8.62||—||0|
|1909–10||Cobalt Silver Kings||NHA||2||1||0||1||120||6||3.00||—||0|
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- Squaw Valley Gold: American Hockey's Olympic Odyssey - Seamus O'Coughlin - Google Books. Books.google.ca. Retrieved 2013-02-19.
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