Shortly after being recalled by the Boston Bruins, forward Jordan Caron is making his way back to Providence, Rhode Island. The team announced today that they will be sending Caron back down to their AHL affiliate Providence Bruins, marking his fifth trip back down to the AHL.
During his time with the Bruins, the 2009 first round pick has scored one goal recorded two assists in 13 games played with Boston. In Providence, Caron has played nine games and has one goal and five assists for six total points.
Caron's demotion means that another former first round selection, Zach Hamill, will be the team's extra forward for at least a little while. In eight games with the Bruins this season, Hamill has played eight games and has recorded two assists and has yet to score a goal. Hamill filled in on the Bruins third offensive line for Rich Peverley, who was battling an injury at the time.
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