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01-10-2013, 01:00 PM
Change is good.
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Originally Posted by nyr2k2 View Post
Yogan skates fine for his size and plays hard. He can play the boards and work in front. No reason he can't become a Brian Boyle type, if he continues to develop. If he stagnates he could still see time as a plug on the fourth line. He's a fourth round pick, so if he even sniffs the NHL that's a success.
Originally Posted by Trxjw View Post
Yep. I think the most important thing right now is to be patient and let him develop at his own pace. He has the upside of being a Troy Brouwer type. A guy who can bounce between any of the lines and be effective. I think we'll see him in NY over the next couple of years.
Completely agreed. By no means is he a lock to be a player, but I think we are all guilty (myself included) of drawing way too many conclusions (about way too many things) from 30-40% of an AHL season that is completely skewed due to the uneven infusion of NHL talent.

Let's let things normalize and give them some time and then revisit.

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