The Colorado Avalanche haven't been talking to Jones about extending his contract.
There's at least one member of the Colorado Avalanche that knows that he could be on the move.
Adrian Dater of the Denver Post reports that winger David Jones, who has scored 10 goals after scoring 27 last season, is a prime candidate to be traded.
Jones will be an unrestricted free agent this summer, and he and the club have not had any discussions about a contract extension.
The Fourth Period believes that the Avs are shopping a defenseman.
The leading candidates are rumored to be pending unrestricted free agent Shane O`Brien and Kyle Quincey, although the latter is expected to bring the most in return.
Quincey, who is currently earning $3.13 million and is slated for restricted free agency this summer, has collected four goals and 18 assists for 22 points in 48 games this season.
CBC's man-games lost to head injuries vs suspension list:
Total - 925 man-games lost to head injuries so far this season.
Total - 114 games $1,999,319.53