2009 NHL Draft: Boston Bruins select Jordan Caron at #25

The Bruins ended up keeping their first round pick in the 2009 NHL Entry Draft and selected Jordan Caron from the Rimouski Oceanic (QMJHL). At 6'2" 205 lbs, the right winger already has NHL size. He is a two-way forward with good offensive ability and a solid shot, who likes to play physical. He is admittedly more of a shooter than a playmaker. While he excels in the offensive zone, he is still responsible in his own end and can play on the penalty kill. NHL scouts were very impressed with his attitude and work ethic. He likes to drive to the net and is not afraid to go to the danger areas of the rink. He put up 67 points (36-31-67) in 56 games this season for Rimouski, narrowly recording more points than PIMs (66 PIMs).

Right Wing

Shoots: Left 

6'2"

205 lbs

Sayabec, QC

Date of Birth: 11/2/90

 

More on Jordan Caron:

NHL.com Draft Prospect Profile

Hockey's Future

Pensburgh (Frank from Pensburgh along with the rest of the SBN Hockey crew that are up in Montreal is doing a phenomenal job covering the draft. Frank has profiles on every player selected in the 1st round.)

I should have audio or at the very least transcripts from interviews with Jordan Caron. I owe a huge thank you to Brandon from Defending Big D for taking time out from covering the Stars tonight to help me get some great stuff on the Bruins' first round pick.

Photos Courtesy of Brandon Worley from Defending Big D:

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