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Andrew Yogan, Michael St. Croix sent to ECHL

The Hartford Wolf Pack have sent forwards Andrew Yogan and Michael St. Croix to the ECHL’s Greenville Road Warriors. St. Croix was recalled last week to serve as an injury replacement for Danny Kristo, and is scoreless in 13 AHL games. Yogan has a line of 5-5-10 in 40 games with the Pack, and this is his first demotion to the ECHL. Tweet
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March 07, 2014  |  Discuss

Around the farm: Struggling Pack routed by Providence

* Just a note: I know that I’ve said I will get these out daily. Had a bit of a rough start to the month. Luckily the Euro prospects are all on break. Will continue to try to get these out as much as possible. The Hartford Wolf Pack are certainly struggling. After starting the season with five straight wins, the Pack have dropping to 7-5-0-2, including a 0-3-0-1 run. While this...
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November 10, 2013  |  Discuss

Around the Farm: Fast injured in Pack loss

Jesper Fast left last night’s game with the Hartford Wolf Pack unable to put pressure on his right leg after falling in the corner in the first period. Fast did not return to the game (Pat Leonard later tweeted that the injury was a sprained ankle) as the Pack lost their second straight to Springfield by a score of 3-2. Danny Kristo and Stu Bickel scored for the Wolf Pack, with...
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November 03, 2013  |  Discuss

Around the Farm: Connor Allen nets first pro goal as Pack stays unbeaten

Connor Allen, the last defenseman cut from the roster during preseason, notched his first professional goal last night in Hartford’s 3-2 win over Portland. Danny Kristo also scored in the contest, with his goal holding up as the game winner. The scoring lines from all prospects from the AHL, CHL, NCAA, and international play are below. International Calle Andersson (Malmo, HockeyAllsvenskan...
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October 20, 2013  |  Discuss

Kristo among those sent to Hartford in today’s cuts

Per Andrew Gross, the Rangers have cut the following players, and sent them to the AHL’s Hartford Wolfpack: Goalies: Cam Talbot Defensemen: Tommy Hughes, Aaron Johnson, Dylan McIlrath, Danny Syvret Forwards: Micheal Haley, Michael Kantor, Andrew Yogan, Danny Kristo While most of these were predictable (I got 8 of 9 correct), Kristo being sent to the AHL is a bit of a surprise....
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September 25, 2013  |  Discuss

Rangers roster for tomorrow’s game announced

After tonight’s loss to the Devils, AV revealed his roster for tomorrow, per Andrew Gross: Forwards: Andrew Yogan, Taylor Pyatt, Micheal Haley, Benoit Pouilot, Darroll Powe, Oscar Lindberg, Dominic Moore, Derick Brassard, Michael Kantor, Jesper Fast, Derek Dorsett, Mats Zuccarello Defense: Dylan McIlrath, Dan Girardi, Ryan McDonagh, Danny Syvret, Anton Stralman, Connor Allen Goalie...
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September 16, 2013  |  Discuss

Traverse City: Baby Blueshirts end on high note

The baby Rangers ended their Traverse City tournament on a high note, beating the baby Wild by a score of 5-2. Jesper Fast and Andrew Yogan notched a pair of goals a piece, with Danny Kristo also chipping in with a goal. Kristo also recorded an assist, along with Oscar Lindberg (2), Josh Nicholls, Anthony Duclair, and Connor Allen. Jeff Malcolm made 15 saves in the dominating win...
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September 09, 2013  |  Discuss

Baby Rangers drop Traverse City opener to Carolina

The Rangers prospects took the ice for the first of four games this afternoon in Traverse City, losing to the baby ‘Canes 4-3. The baby Blueshirts scored twice on the powerplay (Josh Nicholls, Oscar Lindberg) and once at even strength (team captain Andrew Yogan). Assists were registered by Jimmy Oligny, Danny Kristo, Jesper Fast, and Michael St. Croix. Tweet
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September 05, 2013  |  Discuss

Lines for Rangers prospects at Traverse City

Per Steve Zipay, the forward lines for the Traverse City tournament are below: Danny Kristo, Oscar Lindberg, Jesper Fast Kyle Jean, Michael St. Croix, Thomas Spelling Josh Nicholls, Andrew Yogan, Anthony Duclair Klarc Wilson, Michael Kantor, Paxton Leroux That top line is not going to be fun for the opposition to play against. It’s truly a shame that these won’t be televised...
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September 05, 2013  |  Discuss

Rangers release Traverse City Roster

The Rangers have finally released their roster for the Traverse City tournament, starting on Thursday: Forwards: Anthony Duclair, Jesper Fast, Oscar Lindberg, Danny Kristo, Michael St. Croix, Thomas Spelling, Kyle Jean, JT Barnett, Josh Graves, Michael Kantor, Paxton Leroux, Josh Nicholls, Klarc Wilson, Andrew Yogan. Defense: Conor Allen, Charlie Dodero, Troy Donnay, Ben Fanelli...
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September 03, 2013  |  Discuss

Rangers announce 2013 Prospect Development Camp roster

Just prior to the start of the draft, the Rangers announced their roster for the 2013 Prospect Development Camp, which will begin tomorrow and run through Friday at the MSG Training Center. Draft picks today will likely participate in the camp, as well as: Forwards: J.T. Barnett, Patrick Brown, Luke Esposito, Steven Fogarty, Alex Gogolev, Marek Hrivik, Kyle Jean, Michael Kantor,...
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June 30, 2013  |  Discuss

Around the Farm: Thomas nets game winner in CT’s blanking of Worcester

Christian Thomas netted his 18th goal of the season in the second period of Connecticut’s 3-0 win over Worcester last night. Thomas’ goal was a powerplay goal and the eventual game winner. Sam Klassena and Brandon Segal also scored for the Whale, with Logan Pyett, Mike Vernace, Andrew Yogan, Nick Palmieri, Kelsey Tessier, and Micheal Haley contributing with assists. The win gives...
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March 29, 2013  |  Discuss

Whale Go 2-1 for the Weekend; Look Ahead to Thursday’s Contest

The New York Rangers’ farm team, the Connecticut Whale, won two out of three games this past weekend at home. Defenseman Logan Pyett, forward Nick Palmieri, and Ranger prospect Andrew Yogan all had three points this weekend, while defenseman Dylan McIlrath, Sam Klassen, Blake Parlett, and forwards Ryan Bourque, Benn Ferriero, Brandon Segal, and rookie [...]
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March 28, 2013  |  Discuss

Around the Farm: Kreider scores in CT’s blanking of Manchester

Chris Kreider scored the first goal for the Connecticut Whale of the AHL in their 3-0 win over the Manchester Monarchs (LA Kings). Kreider’s goal, a shorthanded goal, was the eventual game winner, scored on a breakaway. Other goals were scored by Brandon Mashinter (on the powerplay) and Andrew Carroll. Kyle Jean, Kris Newbury, Andrew Yogan, Logan Pyett, and Mike Vernace all added...
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March 17, 2013  |  Discuss

Connecticut Whale 3, Manchester Monarchs 0

By Wil Goldsholl Hartford, CT, March 16, 2013 - Six days’ rest proved key for the Connecticut Whale, as they picked up a critical 3-0 win over the Manchester Monarchs on Saturday night in Hartford. Manchester, sitting in the seventh spot in the Eastern Conference prior to the game, has not bested the Whale, who moved into a tie for seventh with the win, at the XL Center this...
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March 16, 2013  |  Discuss

Around the Farn: Yogan with goal and assist, Missiaen makes 37 saves in CT win

Andrew Yogan notched the tying goal early in the third period and added an assist on the fourth goal as Connecticut erased a 2-1 deficit in the third period en route to a 4-2 victory over Providence. Jason Missiaen made 37 saves to keep Providence from opening up the game early on or coming back in the third period. Blake Parlett also had a pair of assists. Be sure to check after...
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March 11, 2013  |  Discuss

Around the Farm: Whale dominated in shutout loss

The Whale had another rough day yesterday, getting blown out by the Syracuse Crunch by a score of 4-0. Goaltending wasn’t the issue, as Talbot was solid again making 34 saves. Sometimes losses like this happen. The only other prospect in action last night was Peter Ceresnak, who was held off the scoreboard in Peterborough’s 4-1 loss in the OHL. Be sure to check after the jump...
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February 25, 2013  |  Discuss

Around the Farm: Rough night for the Ranger prospects

Almost all of the Rangers key prospects were in action last night, and almost all of them failed to make a dent on the score sheet. In fact, only Boo Nieves (2nd, 2012) of Michigan notched any sort of point, with two assists in Michigan’s 6-3 win over Western Michigan in the CCHA. The other 12 prospects in action were all left scoreless. Be sure to check after the jump for the...
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February 24, 2013  |  Discuss

Around the Farm: Yogan notches only Whale goal in rout

Andrew Yogan notched the only goal for the AHL’s Connecticut Whale in their 5-1 dismantling by the St. John’s IceCaps. Nick Palmieri and Kris Newbury were credited with assists for the goal, but that was the lone bright spot for the Whale. Seven players finished with a minus rating –which isn’t all that surprising considering the score– and their goaltending and defense...
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February 21, 2013  |  Discuss

ATF: McColgan nets three points in Saskatoon’s comeback

Shane McColgan (5th – 2010) paved the way for the Saskatoon Blades’ comeback last night, notching three points in the third period to cap the comeback. Down 2-0, McColgan contributed with assists on back-to-back powerplay goals for the Blades to even the score with the Medicine Hat Tigers at two a piece. After falling behind 3-2 shortly after, McColgan tied the game with a little...
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February 17, 2013  |  Discuss

Around the Farm: Whale’s offense explodes, nets seven in win

The Connecticut Whale followed up yesterday’s 4-1 victory with a second straight win over St. John’s, this time blowing them out 7-3. In the two games, the Whale outscored St. John’s by a score of 11-4. This time around, it was Kyle Jean who finally got things back on track, notching a goal and an assist. Jean wasn’t the only one with a big night, as Jyri Niemi (1-1-2), Kris...
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February 11, 2013  |  Discuss

Connecticut Whale 7, St. John's IceCaps 3

St. John’s, Nfld., February 10, 2013 – Micheal Haley scored two goals to key a four-goal first period for the Connecticut Whale Sunday at Mile One Centre, and the Whale defeated the St. John’s IceCaps 7-3, to sweep a two-game series between the two teams. Kris Newbury added a goal and two assists for the Whale, and Andrew Yogan, Kyle Jean and Jyri Niemi had a goal and an...
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February 10, 2013  |  Discuss

Around the Farm: Thomas nets three points in Whale win

Christian Thomas broke out in a big way last night, notching an empty net goal and two assists in the Whale’s 4-1 win over St. John’s. Thomas played on a line with Kelsey Tessier and Michael Haley, and the trio combined for six points, including scoring the game’s first two goals on back-to-back shifts. Thomas notched the primary assist on both goals. Thomas’ empty net goal...
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February 10, 2013  |  Discuss

ATF: WHL prospects continue scoring ways

While most of the focus in the WHL is on Michael St. Croix, Shane McColgan is also scoring at a point per game pace, and doing so on a Saskatoon team that is nowhere near as loaded as St. Croix’s Edmonton squad. Last night was no different, as McColgan added an assist in Saskatoon’s 5-4 win. As for St. Croix, he added a goal in Edmonton’s 4-3 overtime win. Both players are...
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February 06, 2013  |  Discuss

Around the Farm: Friday/Saturday recap; Nieves with a huge weekend

Sorry for not posting this yesterday. My plan was to have this up before the game, but my car died and I had to wait for a jump. By the time I got in, the game had started. To make up for it, this post will cover both Friday and Saturday. Boo Nieves, the Rangers second round pick in 2012, had a great weekend in Michigan’s sweep of Michigan State. In the first game, Nieves had two...
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February 03, 2013  |  Discuss
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