Flyers pound Islanders as Jones backs up words with deeds
The winger drew penalties that led to three power-play goals, and
timely assist on one of them.
By Tim Panaccio, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
UNIONDALE, N.Y. - Just before the NHL all-star break, Keith Jones
that he had been taking too many penalties instead of drawing them.
His yapping, a constant source of irritation to opposing players, had
silenced on the ice, he said. And his skating, which had never been
Boitano stuff, just wasn't there, he conceded.