That hasn't stopped the rookie goaltender from receiving plenty of attention, and he may get a shot to set an NHL record with his ninth straight winning start to begin a career when surging Los Angeles hosts the Dallas Stars on Monday night.
Jones is 8-0-0 with a 0.98 goals-against average since making his debut with a victory over Anaheim on Dec. 3, joining Philadelphia's Bob Froese in 1982-83 as the only other goalie to accomplish the feat.
He's posted three shutouts while stopping 226 of 234 shots faced, helping the Kings (25-8-4) get off to the best 37-game start in team history.
Los Angeles blew a two-goal lead against Colorado on Saturday, but Jones stopped all three attempts in the shootout after making 23 saves through overtime for a 3-2 win.
The Kings have won five straight at home and nine of 10 overall.
"Honestly, I don't even know what the record is," Jones said. "It's a good start and it's something to build off of. I just wanted to make sure I came in here and did the things that made me successful in the past."
He's filled in nicely for star No. 1 goalie Jonathan Quick, who has been on injured reserve since suffering a groin injury Nov. 12.
"Everything is more magnified up here, so it's good to keep level," Jones said. "It's been fun, but I want to make sure I stay focused and prepared for the next game, and you can't do that by thinking about the last game."