Paille vs Caron

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    Paille  22GP 0G 4A  4Pts minus 2     26 years old   6'0''  200lbs Caron 20GP  3G 4A 7Pts        +4     20 years old  6'3''  204lbs Who do you want in the line up ???? Stanley Cup to the BRUINS in 2011-2012-2013
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    Re: Paille vs Caron

    Caron didn't impress when he had his chance earlier this year.
     
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    Caron didn't impress when he had his chance earlier this year.
    Posted by Bruinfaninnewjersey

    I strongly disagree!
     
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    Caron impressed me a hell of a lot more than Paille did (is)...
     
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    Caron will continue to progress at 20 years old...I think Paille at 26 has reached his peak ....what scares me is the fact that the teams' management doesnt see that ! ! ! ! ??????


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    Paille last year i like, though he was good for the team. This year, i don't think he fit in the team well. Compared to Caron early this year. Caron is the guy i rather have, he scored goals, assist, Paille nothing really, maybe a assist but just not working this year. That my vote, not to meation a rookie can only...
     
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    Get better...
     
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    Claude does not support Rookies is not true since each of the past few years the bruins have added 3 or 4 rookies as Chiarelli rebuilds the Bruins. Maybe Claude is not the best coach a rookie could have, so Chiarelli suggested that Caron go to Providence to play every day and improve, as he has. This should not be comparing Caron and Paille, BUT Paille and Thornton. Even if Paille has stone-hands, his skating and PK skills are far better than Thornton's minimal capabilities. How about Wheeler/Campbell/Paille as a 4th line. It's time. Caron will come back if Chiarelli adjusts the 9 forwards playing with Kreji and Bergeron, and whoever replaces Savard. That replacement, based on CAP space and talent, might well be Hamill who Caron has been skating with, and producing, in Providence.
     
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    paille is a better checker right now than caron, more reliable defensivly which is all they really want expect from him, i think he would be better on the right wing using his speed to the outside
     
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    Paille does have better speed and is a more reliable checker, agreed fourrings. 

    It's a damn shame he has hands of stone, though.  His speed creates offensive chances, and if Paille could bury half the chances his speed creates, I'm sure he'd have 5-10 goals already.

    At this point (26 y/o), Paille is what he is...a defensive/PK specialist with good speed and cement hands.  I think he's reached his ceiling and plateau'd, in terms of development.  I think Caron brings more to the party at this point and has a higher upside, and if Caron continues to develop then he makes Wheeler expendable.

     
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    paille is a better checker right now than caron, more reliable defensivly which is all they really want expect from him, i think he would be better on the right wing using his speed to the outside
    Posted by fourrings

    Caron threw more checks than Paille(in fewer games played).
     
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    I want to see what Sauve can do with the big boys!  I loved what I saw of him in camp.  He did not look out of place and has what appears to be speed to burn.
     
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    I want to see what Sauve can do with the big boys!  I loved what I saw of him in camp.  He did not look out of place and has what appears to be speed to burn.
    Posted by MeanE

    Yeah,I'd like to see a few of the young guys get a chance to play with the big boys before the season is over.Sauve definitely looks like a keeper.
     
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    Agreed on Max Sauve. That kid was good in the rookie games and love what i saw. Only hope to see him in NHL for Boston soon if not next year. Love for him to come aboard...
     
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    Caron played well to start, and that was about it.. Paille gives the team some speed..

    Caron gets more ice time, a better chance to develop and make mistakes in providence, Paille is simply a depth guy..

    We can't call caron up with out sending Mcquaid or kampfer down, so thats the deal for the remainder of the season..
     
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    Roler, with savard out for whatever, IMO Chia will bring up Hamill who knows how to play center, second half experiments with Seguin will have to wait. I'd love to see caron again, but It will happen only if there is a trade of Wheels, Ryder or Horton. I've suggested a 4th line of Wheels/Campbell/ and Paille which would be a fast and potentially explosive trio with above average defensive skills. Do not know why Claude doesn't see it except for his lack of innovation and satisfaction with Thornton's limited skills. I'm not sure why Stuart is not playing although it may be prelude to a move. I'd rather see Boychuck moved.
     
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    Yes.  I am really starting to think that Sauve might be a better option than either one. Now is a good time to give the kid a tryout -- speed and skill...
     
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    Bogie,
    I think krejci, berg, seguin/wheeler, and campbell play center

     
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    paille is a better checker right now than caron, more reliable defensivly which is all they really want expect from him, i think he would be better on the right wing using his speed to the outside
    Posted by fourrings


    Sorry but this is simply not true Caron was better in every aspect of the game except for skating.  The reasons Paille is playing in Boston and Caron in Providence are that: Caron did not have pass through waivers and the team felt it would be better for Caron's developement to play in all situations in Providence as apposed to being a healthy scratch in Boston.
     
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    Paille does have better speed and is a more reliable checker, agreed fourrings.  It's a damn shame he has hands of stone, though.  His speed creates offensive chances, and if Paille could bury half the chances his speed creates, I'm sure he'd have 5-10 goals already. At this point (26 y/o), Paille is what he is...a defensive/PK specialist with good speed and cement hands.  I think he's reached his ceiling and plateau'd, in terms of development.  I think Caron brings more to the party at this point and has a higher upside, and if Caron continues to develop then he makes Wheeler expendable.
    Posted by CelticBear68


    i think if paille was on the right side he may do a better job of finishing, doesnt look comfortable coming in from the left trying to get to the front of the net on his forehand. how the heck was he a first rounderUndecided
     
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    In Response to Re: Paille vs Caron : Sorry but this is simply not true Caron was better in every aspect of the game except for skating.  The reasons Paille is playing in Boston and Caron in Providence are that: Caron did not have pass through waivers and the team felt it would be better for Caron's developement to play in all situations in Providence as apposed to being a healthy scratch in Boston.
    Posted by Orrthebest


    i'm no paille fan but he is better defensively which is what clod wants out of a 4th line guy and i was not impressed with Caron all that much.
     
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    This is a no brainer - Caron.  This is another example of CJ going with a veteran who who is not very good over a younger player with talent.  He is a veteran player's coach and so he will always play Ryder, Recchi and Savard (who was average at best while he was back) over a young kid with talent.  I don't mind when it is Recchi or when it was Savard but when it is Ryder or Paille that is just awful.
     
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    In Response to Re: Paille vs Caron : i'm no paille fan but he is better defensively which is what clod wants out of a 4th line guy and i was not impressed with Caron all that much.
    Posted by fourrings


    Then why was Caron playing and Paille a healthy scratch?  When did Paille get so good defensively?  He was brought in as a PK specialist and guess what Caron was even better at that.
     
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