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Bruins sign Simon Gagne to 1-year contract 10.14.14 at 11:09 am ET
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The Bruins signed veteran forward Simon Gagne to a one-year, $600,000 contract Tuesday. In corresponding moves, the team sent Jordan Caron to Providence and put Bobby Robins on waivers with the intentions of sending him to Providence.

Gagne, 34, did not play last season and was brought into camp on a tryout by the Bruins. In 38 games in the lockout-shortened 2013 season, he had five goals and six assists for 11 points.

The Bruins have a few options with where they can play Gagne. The team’s fourth-line is far from solidified, as Tuesday’s moves make it three players who have played on the fourth line this season and have been sent down (Caron, Robins and Craig Cunningham). The left-shooting Gagne could serve as either a left or right wing on the line.

In Tuesday’s practice, Gagne was on the fourth line with Daniel Paille and Ryan Spooner.

Depending on how the Bruins feel about their other options, they could also play him on David Krejci‘s line with Milan Lucic. Seth Griffith played right wing with the pair on Monday. The team could also try Gagne, a former 40-goal-scorer who hasn’t scored more than 17 goals in a season since 2009-10, on one of their power play units.

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Jordan Caron sent to Providence as Bruins set roster (for now) 10.07.14 at 6:02 pm ET
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The Bruins made multiple moves to trim their roster to 23 players prior to Tuesday’€™s 5 p.m. deadline, but general manager Peter Chiarelli cautioned beforehand that the moves made Tuesday might reflect a different roster than the one that takes the ice Wednesday against the Flyers when the regular season begins.

As Chiarelli said, the team would be doing some “€œroster manipulation”€ in order to get as much cap space as possible from using the long-term injury exception to the upper limit of the cap.

The moves included assigning Jordan Caron to Providence, recalling Brian Ferlin and Malcolm Subban from Providence, placing David Krejci on injured reserve, placing Marc Savard on long term injured reserve and putting Gregory Campbell and Anthony Camara on non-roster injured reserve.

The team had sent David Pastrnak to Providence earlier in the day.

That leaves the following roster, which, again, will probably be different from Wednesday’€™s:

FORWARDS (13): Patrice Bergeron, Craig Cunningham, Loui Eriksson, Brian Ferlin, Matt Fraser, Chris Kelly, Milan Lucic, Brad Marchand, Daniel Paille, Bobby Robins, Reilly Smith, Carl Soderberg, Ryan Spooner

DEFNESEMEN (7): Matt Bartkowski, Zdeno Chara, Dougie Hamilton, Torey Krug, Adam McQuaid, Kevan Miller, Dennis Seidenberg

GOALTENDERS (3): Tuukka Rask, Malcolm Subban, Niklas Svedberg

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Bruins place Jordan Caron, David Warsofsky and Craig Cunningham on waivers 10.04.14 at 1:29 pm ET
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The Bruins placed Jordan Caron, David Warsofsky and Craig Cunningham on waivers Saturday.

Teams will now have 24 hours to claim the players. The Bruins noted in a press release that Warsofsky was waived with the intention of being sent to Providence.

The most notable name of the bunch is Jordan Caron, the team’€™s first-round pick in 2009. In 123 regular-season games, Caron has 12 goals and 16 assists for 28 points. He also has played in nine postseason games, with one goal.

Warsofsky, a native of Marshfield who played college hockey at Boston University, is a decent candidate to be claimed by another team, as he is an NHL-ready defenseman whose offensive play makes him a valuable power play asset. He told WEEI.com this week that though he wants to remain in the Bruins’€™ organization, his goal is to be an NHL player.

“If I’€™€™m going to be in the AHL, I’€™€™d rather be in Providence than any other city,” Warsofsky said. “€œ€œI’€™€™m comfortable down there with the coaching staff, the organization and the way they play. It’€™€™s a great city to be in if I am in the AHL, but obviously my goal is to play in the NHL, so the first opportunity, I want it to be here, but if it is somewhere else, it’€™€™s part of the business.”€

Cunningham was vying for a job as a fourth-line center or 13th forward after playing the last three seasons in Providence.

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Seth Griffith, Jordan Caron have multi-point games as Bruins fall to Capitals 09.26.14 at 10:36 pm ET
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The Bruins suffered a 5-4 overtime loss Friday night as they faced the Capitals in their second preseason meeting in three days.

Seth Griffith and Jordan Caron had two points apiece for Boston, with Caron assisting both of Griffith’€™s goals. The B’€™s also got scoring from Matt Fraser (his second power-play goal in as many games this preseason) and Matt Lindblad.

Caron stole the puck from Washington defenseman and high-priced free agent acquisition Matt Niskanen to set up Griffith’s first goal and took part in an impressive passing sequence on Griffith’s second goal. After the game, Claude Julien spoke of what Caron’s play is doing for his chances of earning a full-time spot this season after serving as the team’s 13th forward last season.

“I thought he had a real strong game tonight,” Julien told reporters. “There’€™s no doubt he’€™s fighting for a spot,and he wants to show us that he belongs here, and if he plays like that, he’€™s got a real good chance of sticking.”

The Capitals got two power play goals from Alexander Ovechkin, with their other regulation scoring coming from Michael Latta and Liam O’€™Brien. Troy Brouwer scored the game-winner in overtime.

Niklas Svedberg, who is expected to be Tuukka Rask‘€™s backup this season, played the entire game for Boston.

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Bruins sign Jordan Caron, Tommy Cross, Craig Cunningham, Tyler Randell, Zach Trotman and Justin Florek 07.18.14 at 2:11 pm ET
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The Bruins announced new contracts for Jordan Caron, Tommy Cross, Craig Cunningham, Tyler Randell, Zach Trotman and Justin Florek on Friday. All but Florek’€™s deals have been signed.

As was reported Thursday, Caron’€™s contract is a one-year, one-way deal for $600,000. The rest of the deals are two-way contracts, though Trotman’€™s contract is two-way in the first year and one-way in the second year. Trotman will make $650,000 in the second year of his deal.

Cross received a one-year, two-way contract worth $600,000 at the NHL level and $72,500 at the AHL level. Cunningham’s contract is a one-year, two-way deal worth $600,000 at the NHL level and $85,000 at the AHL level.

Florek received a one-year, two-way deal worth $600,000 at the NHL level and $90,000 at the AHL level. Randell’s deal is a one-year, two-way contract worth $575,000 at the NHL level and $70,000 at the AHL level.

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Source: Bruins sign Jordan Caron to 1-year deal 07.16.14 at 12:18 pm ET
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According to a league source, the Bruins have signed forward Jordan Caron to a one-year, one-way contract worth $600,000. The signing was first reported by Renaud Lavoie of TVA Sports.

Caron, 23, was a restricted free agent after playing last season on a one-year, one-way, $640,000 pact. He served as the team’€™s 13th forward, skating in 35 regular-season games with a goal and two assists for three points.

The 2009 first-round pick also played seven playoff games, scoring in Game 3 of the first round against the Red Wings.

Though Caron is under contract with the Bruins, the team has been looking at trade options for him in order to find him a team that has more playing time to give him. A defensively sound wing, Caron has not played more than 48 NHL games in a season since turning pro in 2010.

With Caron now under contract, the Bruins have $3.818 million in salary cap space, assuming Marc Savard ($4.027 million cap hit) is placed on long-term injured reserve.

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Bruins looking at trade options for Jordan Caron 07.01.14 at 11:04 pm ET
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After sending qualifying offers to all of the team’€™s remaining restricted free agents before Monday’€™s deadline, Peter Chiarelli said Tuesday that one may not have a future with the team.

Jordan Caron, who has been a depth player for Boston over his professional career, may be best served by an opportunity to play elsewhere. The Bruins have a number of young wingers competing for jobs, and Caron deserves regular ice time in the NHL. As such, the Bruins are exploring trades for the 23-year-old.

“I think he can be a full time player,”€ Chiarelli said of Caron. ‘€œ’€It may be that it is time for him to get a chance with another team, so I do believe he can be a full-time player.

“€œI’€™ve talked to a few teams about him and Jordan wants to stay in Boston, but he would welcome another opportunity also, so I will continue to explore those.”

Chiarelli’s words echo Caron’s from breakup day in May, when he said that he wants to stay with the Bruins, but that he also wants to play.

The 25th overall pick in the 2009 draft, Caron is a responsible winger, but his lack of offensive contributions have limited him to being an extra forward. In 123 career NHL games, Caron has 12 goals and 16 assists for 28 points.

Caron dressed in seven games this postseason, scoring in Game 3 of the first round against the Red Wings.

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