Philadelphia Flyers Hire Longtime Player As New President

The Philadelphia Flyers have found their new President of Hockey Operations.

The Flyers have hired former Philadelphia Flyer, Keith Jones, to be their new President of Hockey Operations.

Jones boasts a deep connection to the Philadelphia Flyers organization.

Having donned the team's jersey as a player and serving as a longstanding team broadcaster, Jones possesses an intimate understanding of the Flyers and their dynamics. His experience and knowledge make him a compelling candidate to shape the team's future.

Jones played for the Philadelphia Flyers from the 1996-1997 season to the 1999-2000 season. During his time with the Flyers, Jones was known for his physical play and versatility as a forward. He was often utilized as a defensive-minded player and penalty killer.

Jones was not primarily known for his offensive production. Instead, he made valuable contributions as a hardworking, two-way forward. He played a total of 301 regular season games with the Flyers, scoring 47 goals and accumulating 104 points.

He now replaces Chuck Fletcher as the new President of Hockey Operations for the Flyers.