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The Rangers have announced that the club has agreed to terms with forward Andrew Yogan (2010 - 4th).Yogan established career-highs with 41 goals, 37 assists and 78 points, along with 96 penalty minutes in 66 games with the Peterborough Petes of the Ontario Hockey League (OHL) this season.Yogan was currently playing with the CT Whale on an amateur try-out agreement and is scoreless with a -1 in three games....Yogan would be a prized possession within most clubs, but with the Rangers organizational depth, he is barely in the conversation of their top prospects. Looking forward to seeing him in camp next year.Remember to follow me on Twitter & Facebook or e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The New York Rangers announced last week that 2010 fourth-round draft pick Andrew Yogan had signed with the Connecticut Whale of the AHL on a tryout basis. Now, a week later, the team has reported that Yogan, 20, has inked an entry-level deal with the organization that begins next season.
According to Cap Geek, the contract is two-way and brings along an annual cap hit of $655...
New York Rangers President and General Manager Glen Sather announced today that the club has agreed to terms with forward Andrew Yogan. Yogan, 20, became the first player born and raised in the state of Florida to be drafted by an NHL team when the Rangers selected him in the fourth round, 100th overall, in [...]
The gents at Capgeek have the scoop that the Rangers have signed prospect Andrew Yogan to an entry level deal. The deal is a standard two-way, three-year ELC worth with a $655,000 NHL cap hit. The deal itself includes $80,000 per year of signing bonuses, and a base salaries of $630,000, $655,000, and $680,000 over the life of the deal. If Yogan remains in the AHL, he will make $55...
Tuesday when the New York Rangers take on the Minnesota Wild, it will be the first time that the 2 teams that Derek Boogaard played for will have met on the ice since his passing last May 13th. I for one hope that the teams will find a way to honor the memory of Boogaard the person.
If you love hockey then you can't forget the how and why that Derek Boogaard passed away...