Found December 23, 2012 on Kukla's Korner:
PLAYERS: Jordan Caron
TEAMS: Boston Bruins
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Al Daniel can't figure out why Bruins prospect Jordan Caron has struggled so badly in the AHL this season: Everybody knows he has it in him based on his better moments in Boston, such as his four-game production streak that saw him tally three goals and four assists between March 4 and March 10, 2012. Simply put, though, the confidence Caron’s skill set can give the Bruins is not valid as long as he is failing to make an impact in the AHL. It is not enough to merely be on the ice for two goals, as No. 38 was against Worcester on Friday, when he had only one shot to his credit and Providence collapsed after blowing a pair of leads. A first-round draft pick in 2009, Caron was expected to put up some big numbers in Providence this season.  It hasn't happened.  In 27 AHL games, Caron has tallied a mere five goals and two assists (three of those goals came in one game), to go along with an ugly minus-seven rating.  It's a stat line that's very typical for a yo...
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