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07-02-2011, 08:21 PM
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Kwayry
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Leslie,
Great read.
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There never was any question that Yogan had the potential, but he does look like he has begun to do what it will take to make him an NHL player. He did lose a year of development and should return to juniors, but he may wind up being one of the fourth round long-shots that makes it.
Do you have a time frame when you think he will be NHL ready? I always thought he was a long shot to make it, if he makes it in 3 years. But based on this write up, I am wondering if he may be ready in 2?

In the talent evaluation on his HF prospect page, there is this
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Talent Analysis
Yogan has a big frame and skates well, but lacks the skill to be a top-six forward at the NHL level. A better passer than a shooter, but he chooses to shoot a lot. Work ethic is an issue, as is hockey sense.
I hope this will change.
Thanks as always.

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