Bruins forward Jordan Caron, who has bounced back and forth between Boston and Providence over the last three seasons, will call Boston his permanent home starting this fall. Bruins insider Joe Haggerty is reporting that the B’s have signed Caron to a one-year, one-way deal worth $640,000. Caron was a restricted free agent.

The Bruins first round pick in 2009 is coming off his third professional season. Caron has played 88 games over the last three seasons in Boston, putting up a 11-14—25 line in bottom-six duty.