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Andrew Yogan spent last season in Peterborugh of the OHL as an overage player.

He had 41 goals and 37 assists after only playing in 10 games the previous season due to a shoulder injury.

In describing his own game, Yogan said "I am a big guy and I look to use my hands. When I have the puck in the zone I can use my body to keep people away. I love scoring goals, play physical and get into the dirty areas."

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Andrew Yogan is slated to play in Hartford this season as he starts his professional career after five seasons in the OHL.

He has played six regular season games for the Whale and has three points in those games.

Yogan told Ranger Rants "I?m going to work my hardest and make the big team, if not the AHL. I?m working hard this summer. I have the size and the skills, it?s just a matter of how much I?m willing to put in and I?ll get rewarded.?

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The Rangers have announced that they have signed 2010 fourth round pick Andrew Yogan to an Entry Level contract.

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10:01AM: Yogan and Ceresnek have been signed to ATO's according to the Whale.

? Peter Ceresnak (@ceresnak) March 20, 2012

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The Ontario Hockey League announced today that 2010 fourth round pick Andrew Yogan was named the OHL player of the week.

He scored a hat trick in his final OHL game over the weekend.

Yogan, in his overage season, scored 41 goals and added 38 assists.

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At Buzzing the Net, Nate lists the Rangers Christian Thomas as an honorable mention in his listing of yesterday's "Three Stars" after Thomas had three points for the Oshawa Generals last night.

Nate says that Thomas made a terrific play to set up a teammate:

On a rush down right wing late in the second period, Thomas flipped the puck over the head of retreating defender Trevor Murphy, darted by him to retrieve it and made a saucer pass to Laughton for the goal. This, from someone who had more goals than assists in each of the previous two seasons.
JT Miller had two goals for Plymouth yesterday and Andrew Yogan had two goals for Peterborough.

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At? OHL Prospects, Brock looks at some prospects from the 2010 draft that have not yet signed contracts.

One of those players is the Rangers fourth round pick Andrew Yogan.

Yogan, playing in an overage year, has 22 goals and 19 assists in 40 games for Peterborough this season.

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Following a disappointing 2010-11?season in which center/winger Andrew Yogan was limited to only 10 games due to shoulder-surgery, the 19-year-old was dealt from his Ontario Hockey League (OHL) club, the?Erie Otters,?to the Peterborough Pete's?over the summer. Yogan's season was limited?due?to surgery he received on his left-shoulder in September of 2010, which?he apparently?played with during the 2009-10 campaign ( his draft year). The New York Rangers selected Yogan 100th overall, fourth-round, in the 2010 draft, and they?hope that the 6-foot-2, 202-pound, forward will develop into a decent scorer at the professional level.

In?10 games?last season, Yogan scored three goals and an assist along with six penalty-minutes. In three playoff appearances, Yogan recorded two assists and four penalty-minutes. After the Otters were eliminated from the OHL playoffs, Yogan signed an amateur try-out contract with the Connecticut Whale, and played in two games with the team. In his first two?AHL contests, Yogan scored two goals and added an assist. The Whale coaches were very impressed with his play, and the Rangers were delighted to hear that Yogan played well following his short season in the OHL.

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Update: 4:59PM:

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GoErie.com reports that Andrew Yogan has been traded from the Erie Otters to the Peterborough Petes of the OHL.

Yogan waived his no-trade clause to approve the deal.

He can play in Hartford next season or return to the OHL for an overage year.

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Update: 7:30AM: Yogan is apparently on the trading block in Erie according to Go Erie.com, via Prospect Park.

Original Post:At NYRangers.com, they look at 2010 4th rounder Andrew Yogan as part of the "20 Prospects in 20 Days" series.

Yogan says that he likes to use his size, 6-3, 203lbs, to his advantage, but scoring is what he loves to do:

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2010 4th round pick Andrew Yogan has joined twitter.

Follow him, HERE.

Yogan joins fellow prospect Christian Thomas on twitter, along with 2011 4th round pick Michael St. Croix.

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Yogan was the Rangers 4th round pick in 2010.
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This from the Rangers on Yogan

New York Rangers President and General Manager Glen Sather announced today that forward Andrew Yogan, the Rangers? third round selection in the 2010 NHL Entry Draft, underwent successful surgery on his left shoulder yesterday.? The procedure was performed by Dr. Andrew Feldman at the NYU Hospital for Joint Diseases in New York.? Yogan is expected to make a full recovery.
Original Posts From Monday:

Update: 2:22PM:

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via Buzzing the Net.

...A guy with first-round talent who needs to just work on some things could end up as a huge steal as a fourth-rounder for the Rangers. You hope that getting drafted and being in the Rangers prospect camp has taught him some things that he can take back to Erie to become a good prospect.

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In the Buffalo News, via KK, Bucky Gleason writes of how Gary Bettman's oft-mocked expansion in the 1990s has worked, and that was shown true during the draft in June where 11 Americans were taken in the first round, including players from Florida and California.

...This has been a theory of mine for awhile, even though I do think that there are too many teams and some need to go. Most of this expansion took place around the time that most of the players now being drafted were kids. While the teams themselves may not be doing well in certain markets, the kids being drafted now from those areas were young and the first exposed to the expansion teams when they started, and the league is beginning to reap the benefits of that.

Andrew Yogan, the Rangers' 4th-round pick, is from Boca and certainly a part of this culture.

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With the 100th pick, the Rangers have drafted center Andrew Yogan.

He is 6-3, 200, and was 25 and 30 for Erie last season. The season before, he was 17 and 17 in 34 games for Erie.

Before that, he was a member of the Windsor Spitfires, and in 66 games over two seasons there he had 15 points.

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