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38 Jordan Caron LW
Height/Weight: 6-3/204 | Birthdate: 11/2/1990 | Birthplace: Sayabec, Quebec, Canada | Team: Boston Bruins | College: None | NHL Experience: 4 | Owned/Started%: 1/0 | Average Draft Position: 380.00
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10/14/2014

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Jordan Caron

Bruins Send Caron To AHL

News: The Bruins have assigned Jordan Caron to AHL Providence, the team's official site reports.
Analysis: Jordan Caron, who saw action in Monday's loss to the Avs, remains a candidate for recall when injuries hit, or the next time the Bruins are looking to shake up their depth forward mix, but he's not likely to be much of a fantasy factor when he is with the big club this season.

10/9/2014

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Jordan Caron

Bruins Recall Caron From AHL

News: The Bruins called up Jordan Caron from AHL Providence on Thursday, Joe Haggerty of CSN New England reports.
Analysis: Jordan Caron was assigned to Providence on Tuesday, but the move was primarily procedural, and he is back on the Bruins' roster. It remains to be seen if he will be in the lineup for Thursday's game against the Red Wings.

10/7/2014

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Jordan Caron

Bruins Send Caron To Minors

News: Jordan Caron was assigned to AHL Providence on Tuesday, Amalie Benjamin of the Boston Globe reports.
Analysis: After clearing waivers last week, Jordan Caron returned to the Bruins shortly thereafter before being dumped again. There's a strong possibility the Bruins made several of Tuesday's transactions with the motive of getting under the salary cap, so Caron could still return to the NHL club before long.

10/6/2014

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Jordan Caron

Bruins' Caron Clears Waivers

News: Jordan Caron has cleared waivers, csnne.com reports.
Analysis: The Bruins are now able to send Jordan Caron to AHL Providence if they wish to do so, but for now there is still a chance that he may start the season with the big club, with the team's final roster yet to be determined.

10/4/2014

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Jordan Caron

Bruins Place Caron On Waivers

News: Jordan Caron was placed on waivers by the Bruins on Saturday, TSN's Bob McKenzie reports.
Analysis: The move was a bit of a surprise, given that Jordan Caron was having a solid camp, and he could be a candidate to be claimed on waivers. Caron appeared in 35 games for the Bruins last season, tallying three points while seeing most of his ice time on the fourth line.

9/27/2014

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Jordan Caron

Bruins' Caron Notches Two Helpers

News: Jordan Caron notched two assists in Friday's 5-4 preseason loss to the Capitals.
Analysis: In doing so, Jordan Caron, who is fighting for one of the Bruins' open roster spots up front, caught the eye of his coach, the Boston Herald relays. "I thought he had a real strong game," coach Claude Julien said of Caron's effort Friday. "There's no doubt he's fighting for a spot. He wants to show us that he belongs here. If he plays like that, he's got a real good chance of sticking. He was skating well, finishing his checks, creating thing."

7/16/2014

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Jordan Caron

Bruins Sign Caron To One-Year Contract

News: Jordan Caron signed a one-year, one-way contract with the Bruins on Wednesday, Renaud Lavoie of TVA Sports reports.
Analysis: Jordan Caron played 35 games with the Bruins last season, posting just one goal and two assists. His penalty minutes saw a huge increase, however, as he sat in the box for 36 minutes, over double his previous high of 14. Caron will likely spend a majority of the season with the big league club, and will look to continue in his role on the fourth line in 2014-15.

7/1/2014

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Jordan Caron

Caron Gets Offer From Bruins

News: The Bruins have made a qualifying contract offer to Jordan Caron, the Providence Journal reports.
Analysis: The report notes that if Jordan Caron accepts the offer, he'll get a 10 percent raise (to $704,000) this coming season. There's also a chance the Bruins will try to move Caron -- a 2009 first-rounder -- in the coming days after he spent last season as a depth forward.

6/29/2014

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Jordan Caron

Bruins' Caron May Move On

News: The Bruins have not extended a qualifying offer to Jordan Caron, who is slated to become a restricted free agent, the Boston Herald reports.
Analysis: The Bruins could still decide to to extend a qualifying offer to Jordan Caron, but a more likely outcome is that he gets a fresh start with a new organization next season. The 2009 first-rounder recorded just three points in 35 games with Bruins last season.

4/2/2014

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Jordan Caron

Bruins' Caron In The Lineup Wednesday

News: Jordan Caron is in the Bruins' lineup Wednesday night against the Red WIngs, Joe Haggerty of CSNNE.com reports.
Analysis: Jordan Caron typically doesn't see much action, but with Jarome Iginla taking a day of rest on Wednesday, Caron will slide into the Bruins' fourth line.

1/25/2014

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Jordan Caron

Bruins' Caron (Back) Returns To Lineup

News: Jordan Caron (back) will return to the lineup Saturday vs. the Flyers.
Analysis: Jordan Caron hasn't played since Jan. 2 after initially suffering from back stiffness, but he's been seemingly healthy for at least a week now, only to be scratched by coach Claude Julien, who has settled on Daniel Paille as his fourth-line left wing for the moment. However, Ryan Spooner (illness) will be forced to sit out Saturday's contest, creating an opportunity for Caron to slot back in for the Bruins in Julien's rearranged lineup.

1/12/2014

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Jordan Caron

Bruins' Caron Scratched

News: Jordan Caron (back) was a scratch for Saturday's game against the Sharks.
Analysis: With both Shawn Thornton and Loui Eriksson back, Jordan Caron figures to slide back into a spare forward role for the B's. With one goal in 23 games to date though, his fantasy impact has been minimal this season, in any case.

1/9/2014

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Jordan Caron

Bruins' Caron Not Ready

News: Jordan Caron (back) took part in practice Wednesday, but still isn't ready to play, according to the Boston Herald.
Analysis: As a result, Justin Florek remains in line to fill in on the Bruins' fourth line, while the day-to-day Jordan Caron likely remains unavailable for Thursday's contest.

1/8/2014

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Jordan Caron

Bruins' Caron Out Tuesday

News: Jordan Caron (back) will not play Tuesday vs. the Ducks.
Analysis: While Jordan Caron was able to take part in morning skate, coach Claude Julien wants to give the forward some additional time to recover from the back issue. Justin Florek will make another appearance in his stead.

1/7/2014

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Jordan Caron

Bruins' Caron Iffy For Tuesday

News: Though Jordan Caron (stiff back) is traveling with the Bruins on their current road trip, coach Claude Julien indicated that the winger probably won't be ready for Tuesday's game against the Ducks.
Analysis: Justin Florek is in line to fill in on the Bruins' fourth line while the day-to-day Jordan Caron remains out.

1/4/2014

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Jordan Caron

Caron Sits Saturday With Stiff Back

News: Jordan Caron will miss Saturday's game with a stiff back, Amalie Benjamin of the Boston Globe reports.
Analysis: Jordan Caron played Thursday, but was dealing with the injury throughout the morning and was unable to full participate in the club's morning skate. He will be replaced in the lineup by recent call-up Justin Florek and should be considered day-to-day.

10/31/2013

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Jordan Caron

Bruins' Caron Healthy Scratched Thursday

News: Jordan Caron will be a healthy scratch Thursday night against the Ducks, Fluto Shinzawa of the Boston Globe reports.
Analysis: Jordan Caron will have a seat in the press box as rookie center Ryan Spooner draws into the lineup to center Chris Kelly and Carl Soderberg. Caron has recorded just one goal in nine games with the Bruins so far this season, and could find himself in the stands a lot more often if Spooner impresses.

10/24/2013

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Jordan Caron

Bruins' Caron Back In Mix

News: Jordan Caron will rejoin the Bruins' lineup Thursday against the Sharks.
Analysis: With Loui Eriksson out indefinitely with a concussion, Jordan Caron figures to stay in the Bruins' forward mix for a while. Prior to sitting in favor of Carl Soderberg the last two games, Caron recorded one goal in six contests.

10/20/2013

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Jordan Caron

Bruins' Caron Scratched

News: Jordan Caron was a healthy scratch Saturday against the Lightning.
Analysis: Jordan Caron was replaced in the lineup by Carl Soderberg and given that the team defeated the Lightning 5-0 on Saturday, we suspect that the Bruins won't tinker much with their line combos in advance of Wednesday's game against the Sabres.

10/18/2013

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Jordan Caron

Bruins' Caron Gets Maintenance Day

News: Jordan Caron didn't skate Friday, with coach Claude Julien saying it was a "maintenance day" for the Bruins' winger, the Boston Herald reports.
Analysis: Julien expects Jordan Caron to be available Saturday against the Lightning, though with Carl Soderberg having been cleared to play, Caron could be a candidate to sit, especially if he is nicked up at all.

10/5/2013

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Jordan Caron

Bruins' Caron Scores Against Wings

News: Jordan Caron scored a goal in Saturday's 4-1 win over the Red Wings.
Analysis: Jordan Caron, who was robbed of a tally in Thursday's opener when a quick whistle overturned what looked like a good goal, has looked sharp out of the gate, while making the most of the opportunity (to play on the B's third line) afforded him by the injury to Carl Soderberg, who remains day-to-day.

10/4/2013

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Jordan Caron

Bruins' Caron Works On Third Line Thursday

News: Jordan Caron skated on the Bruins' third line (with Chris Kelly and Reilly Smith) in Thursday's season opener, with Carl Soderberg (ankle) sidelined.
Analysis: Jordan Caron, who saw 10:21 of ice time in the Bruins' 3-1 win over the Lightning, had two shots on goal, en route to solid opening effort Thursday. In fact, Caron was robbed of a tally when a quick whistle resulted in what looked like a good goal (the result of Caron driving hard to the net) being waved off in the second period. Once Soderberg is available, Caron figures to work as the Bruins' spare forward, but at this stage it's unclear when Soderberg (day-to-day) will be ready to suit up again.

10/2/2013

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Jordan Caron

Bruins' Caron Fills In On Third Line

News: Jordan Caron skated on a line with Chris Kelly and Reilly Smith at practice Wednesday.
Analysis: With Carl Soderberg unavailable out of the gate, Jordan Caron is in line to patrol left wing on the Bruins' third line in Thursday's season opener against the Lightning.

10/1/2013

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Jordan Caron

Bruins Keep Caron Around

News: Jordan Caron stuck with the Bruins as the team's 13th forward, the Boston Herald reports.
Analysis: Though he didn't secure a spot on the Bruins' third line as camp progressed, Jordan Caron may be needed out of the gate, as David Krejci and Carl Soderberg (who was penciled in to skate on the third line) are dinged up at the moment.

8/21/2013

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Jordan Caron

Jordan Caron: Favored To Land Third-Line RW Role

News: The Boston Globe suggests that the Bruins' third-line right wing job is Jordan Caron's to lose.
Analysis: The likes of Ryan Spooner, Jared Knight, Reilly Smith and Matt Fraser could factor in as well, but Jordan Caron is on a one-way deal, suggesting that the B's have plans for him this season. Meanwhile, the report suggests that Chris Kelly is in line to center the team's third line, with Carl Soderberg working on the left wing.