Cody Caron traded to Kingston
January 5, 2015
Kingston Frontenacs have acquired 1996 birth-year forward Cody Caron from the Niagara Ice Dogs for a sixth-round draft pick in 2015.
A Sault Ste. Marie native, Caron had 1 goal and 44 penalty minutes in 34 games for Niagara this season.
This is Caron’s second season in the Ontario Hockey League.
“Cody adds a physical presence and we’re excited to have him join our lineup,” Kingston general manager Doug Gilmour said of the 6-foot-2, 185 pound Caron.
Prior to being drafted by Niagara and making it to the OHL, Caron spent the 2012-2013 season with the Soo North Stars of the Great North Midget Hockey League. In 40 games, playoffs included, Caron scored 35 goals for the Soo midgets.
What you think about “Cody Caron traded to Kingston”
Good pickup by Kingston … … another good Northern boy !!!
This is 1 tuff kid who plays the game the right way!
Cody… Good Luck to you in Kingston …this is a good moove for you and for Kingston. I have watched you play this game, and you play it well!
Cody is the ideal 4th Line energy player. He can even score a few tho working the corner’s is his Game.