Jordan Caron wasn't gone very long. One game in fact, as the Boston Bruins have recalled the second year forward from the Providence Bruins, where he was assigned for one game in order to get some playing time.
Caron was a healthy scratch in the past two games for the Bruins. In Sunday's game with Providence, Caron recorded an assist in a 3-2 overtime loss to the Albany Devils. Check out a description of Caron's assist from the Providence Bruins' website after the jump.
Another Albany penalty allowed a nice give-and-go scoring opportunity from Carter Camper, Jordan Caron and Hamill, but Devil's net minder Maxime Clermont stoned their attempt. The trio proved to be too much for Clermont on the next shift when Camper fed Caron in the neutral zone and Caron dished the puck over to Hamill streaking down the right wing. Hamill beat Clermont five-hole with a quick snap shot to tie the game 1-1 going into the first intermission.
Caron has not recorded a point yet this season in four games with the Bruins and has a plus/minus of minus-two. In 23 games last season, Caron had three goals and four assists.
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