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Art Jones (born January 1, 1935 in Bangor, Saskatchewan) is a retired Canadian ice hockey center who played most of his career in the Western Hockey League for the Portland Buckaroos.

Jones played for the Buckaroos for their entire existence in the WHL and led the team to 3 Lester Patrick Cups (WHL league championships). He was the WHL's leading scorer six times, and won the George Leader Cup, given to the league's most valuable player, twice (in 1967–68 and 1970–71). In 1970, he set the WHL scoring record for most points (127) in a season.

Jones also played for the New Westminster Royals and Victoria Cougars of the WHL, and the Seattle Totems of the Central Hockey League.

After retiring from hockey, Jones settled in Portland. He was named to the Oregon Sports Hall of Fame in 1984.

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