Found March 17, 2012 on NESN.com:
PLAYERS: Jordan Caron
TEAMS: Boston Bruins
Jordan Caron finally played like the first-round pick he once was. The down side was that Caron's strong play came during one of the roughest patches of the season for the Bruins. Caron has eight points in March, the same month in which the Bruins have lost six of their nine games. If Caron can keep this up and the Bruins can get back into a groove, both the team and the player will be better off. Check out more from Caron on Big Bad Bruins LIVE in the video above.
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