Found January 08, 2013 on Sox and Dawgs:
HARTFORD, January 8, 2013:  Connecticut Whale general manager Jim Schoenfeld announced today that forward Andrew Yogan has been reassigned back to the Whale from its ECHL affiliate, the Greenville Road Warriors. Prior to being assigned to Greenville November 29, Yogan skated in 11 games for the Whale, scoring one goal and serving 11 minutes in penalties.  In 15 games with the Road Warriors, the 2010 fourth-round (100th overall) New York Ranger draft pick scored nine goals and added three assists for 12 points, to go along with 14 penalty minutes and a +5 rating. A 6-3, 203-pound native of Coral Springs, FL, the 21-year-old Yogan spent five seasons in the Ontario Hockey League, with Windsor, Erie and Peterborough, prior to turning pro this year. The Whale’s next action is this Saturday night, January 12, when they play the first of back-to-back games in Hershey against the Bears.  Faceoff is 7:00 PM at the Giant Center, and all of the action can be heard live on “The Rock...

Andrew Yogan recalled to Connecticut

Connecticut recalled forward Andrew Yogan back to the AHL today, which is a move that was likely made due to Chris Kreider’s impending departure for the NHL. Yogan was originally sent to the Greenville Road Warriors of the ECHL on November 29 after missing the majority of the season to that point with injuries. In the 15 games since his demotion, Yogan put together a scoring line...
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