I figured this was enough of an off-shoot of the P-Bruins tracker to stand alone....
Jordan Caron's season stats in Providence this year after 26 games: 5-2-7, -8.
Bad. In terms of points per game, it's worse than his NHL scoring pace after 71 games playing limited minutes most nights. It's even worse when you consider he had a hat trick early in the year, so in 25 other games, he's 2-2-4. In the AHL. Caron's now 4 years out from his draft year and, if not for the more favourable impression left by his NHL stints, we'd be saying he's worse than Zach Hamill. In terms of scoring, you can't begin to argue the point. (For the record, Hamill has a mere 17 points in 23 games with Hershey - no danger of him becoming Ovechkin's centre when the lockout ends.)
Worse, given the impression that Caron can be a two-way player, is that his -8 is only better than Camper and Krug, both at -9. Hamill's +9 is the best on the Bears.
We need a spy in Providence to tell us if Caron is just staying in shape in Providence and so these results are anomalous, or is he really a guy who can't out-score Lane MacDermid in the AHL?