Sebastien Caron

G / Tampa Bay Lightning / EXP: YRS Height: Weight: lb Age: College: None

Fantasy Points by Week

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    • Nashville Lands Caron in Trade

      News: Sebastien Caron was dealt along with a pair of second-round picks and a third-round pick to the Predators on Friday, the Globe and Mail's James Mirtle reports.
      Analysis: The Lightning received Kyle Wilson, Andres Lindback and a seventh-round draft pick in return. Sebastien Caron is set to become an unrestricted free agent on July 1, so Nashville likely had their eyes on the second round picks over the 32-year old goalie.
    • Bolts' Caron Lit Up

      News: Sebastien Caron, making just his second NHL start of the year, allowed five goals on 25 shots in Wednesday's loss to the Canadiens.
      Analysis: He'd actually looked good in limited exposure in the approximately 75 minutes of NHL hockey he'd played for the Bolts before this one, but Sebastien Caron is a middling goalie and a victim of circumstance behind the less-than-responsible Tampa defense.
    • Caron Likely Starter For Lightning Wednesday

      News: Sebastien Caron was the first goalie off the ice at Wednesday's morning skate, suggesting that he will start the Lightning's evening game against Montreal, the team's official site reports.,
      Analysis: Sebastien Caron is an option if you are digging deep for a stretch-run goalie filler, but Wednesday's outing will be just his second start of the season, so temper your expectations.
    • Lightning's Caron Returns To NHL With A Win

      News: In his first NHL start since playing with the Blackhawks in 2006-2007, Sebastien Caron turned away 26 of Winnipeg's 28 shots on net Saturday. The Lightning went on to win the contest in overtime.
      Analysis: Though a net-minder adjusting to the pace of the NHL so quickly after taking his reps in Germany for the past five seasons is certainly impressive, Sebastien Caron should in no way be employed on any fantasy roster at this stage in the game.
    • Lightning To Start Caron Between Pipes Saturday Vs. Jets

      News: Sebastien Caron is expected to start Saturday against Winnipeg, according to Damian Cristodero of the Tampa Times.
      Analysis: This will be Sebastien Caron's first NHL start since 2006-07 following several seasons playing overseas. This year with the Iserlohn Roosters of the DEL (German Ice Hockey League), Caron was 25-23-0 with a .932 save percentage and 2.57 GAA. It will be interesting to see how long it takes him to re-acclimate himself to the more demanding NHL style of play.
    • Bolts To Start Caron Monday Or Tuesday?

      News: Sebastien Caron may start one of the Lightning's back-to-back games at the beginning of next week, reports Damian Cristodero of the Tampa Times.
      Analysis: It's a tough straw to pull either way -- Philly on Monday or Boston on Tuesday. Sebastien Caron has not played in the NHL in five years and adrenaline will make or break him. Either way, he's not really a viable fantasy option unless you're really pained between the pipes. Really pained.
    • Caron Joins Tampa Bay

      News: Sebastien Caron cleared re-entry waivers Tuesday and joined the Lightning, TSN's Bob McKenzie reports.
      Analysis: Sebastien Caron's last extended run in the NHL in 2005 resulted in an 8-9-5 record and a 3.98 GAA. It's not likely that he'll have a positive impact if/when he sees the ice.
    • Bolts Sign Former NHLer Caron To Mind Net

      News: Sebastien Caron, who has been playing in Germany, has signed a contract with the Lightning, reports NBC Sports.
      Analysis: He will have to clear re-entry waivers before he can dress. He last played in the NHL in 2006-07 with the Ducks and his signing will allow the Bolts to return Dustin Tokarski to the AHL. He'll team up with Dwayne Roloson to get the team to season's end.
    • Caron reassigned to minors

      News: Ducks G Sebastien Caron, who appeared in just one game for the Ducks after being recalled from American League affiliate Portland, Maine, on Dec. 30, was reassigned to the Pirates on Thursday.
      Analysis: It is now safe to cut Caron in all Fantasy leagues. He will only be back up if one of Anaheim's goalie go do with injury, again.
    • Caron replaces Ilya Bryzgalov

      News: Ilya Bryzgalov allowed four goals on 13 shots in Tuesday's game against the Blues before being pulled midway through the second period of Sebastien Caron.
      Analysis: Caron played pretty well, but he is likely heading back for the minor leagues shortly with Jean-Sebastien Giguere nearing a return from a groin injury.
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