Caron agreed to terms on a one-year, two-way deal with the Blues on Wednesday.
Caron has been returned to AHL Chicago, Lou Korac of NHL.com reports.
Caron has been recalled from the minors, according to the official site of the AHL.
Caron was returned to AHL Chicago on Wednesday.
Caron was recalled from AHL Chicago on Sunday, Lou Korac of NHL.com reports.
Caron signed a one-year, two-way contract with the Blues on Thursday.
Jordan Caron has agreed to a one-year, $600,000 contract with the Boston Bruins.
The Bruins investigated the possibility of trading Caron, not because he requested a move, but because they were trying to be fair to him and felt he might have a better opportunity to play regularly elsewhere. Nothing materialized from that, but he still might end up being dealt before the summer's over. Caron had three points and 36 penalty minutes in 35 games last season.
Boston has not given Jordan Caron a qualifying yet because they are trying to trade him.
"We've got one prepared, but we're not sure yet," said GM Peter Chiarelli. "He's still young, he's been in and out of our lineup, and in fairness to him we've looked for another [NHL] spot for him. It wasn't out of the request of Jordan. He wants to stay in Boston, but at his age [24 in November], he also wants a chance to play on the regular basis." He suited up in 35 games with the Bruins in 2013-14 and he collected just three points.
Jordan Caron served as a healthy scratch Thursday night in Game 4.
He was replaced in the lineup by overtime hero Matt Fraser, who was making his NHL playoff debut. Caron has one goal in seven games this postseason, but he's averaged just 7:54 of ice time per match.
Jordan Caron appears as though he will skate on the fourth line, alongside Shawn Thornton and Gregory Campbell, in Game 3 versus Montreal.
The Sayabec, Quebec native will probably get to play in his home province Tuesday night. Caron has one goal in six postseason games, while seeing less than 10:42 of ice time in five of those outings.