Talk about how much of a difference a week makes. The Providence Bruins started their season 0-2, their power-play was abysmal (0-11) and talented forward Jared Knight was lost to injury. Well, after a pair of victories and four power-play goals, the Providence Bruins are back at 2-2 and playing great hockey.
One of the main reasons why the Baby B’s are off and running is the play of Jordan Caron. On Friday night where the Baby B’s traveled to Manchester, they scored three power-play goals on four chances to edge the Monarchs 4-3. Caron lit the lamp three times (2PP) for a hat trick jump starting a mini two game win streak.
Caron is back on track notching three points in four games. The right-winger tallied four goals and nine assists (13 points) in 17 games with the Baby B’s when he was not playing with the big club last year. Caron is making a case to play with the Boston Bruins once this lockout nonsense ends, but look for Caron to improve and put the puck in the back of the net until then. Caron did score seven goals and have 15 points in 48 games while playing under Claude Julien in the 2011-2012 season.