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09-14-2011, 02:42 PM
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Yogan has Grade 1 Shoulder Separation; Out 7-10 Days

Estimate is that he will be out 7-10 days.

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Sucks. He gave the team another nice dynamic as the power forward.

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What was the injury that kept him out most of last year? Are the two related (I hope not)?

EDIT: Leslie clarified in the TC Championship thread that it was his other shoulder (which I presume means not the one he injured last year). Thank goodness!

Thanks, Leslie!

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Tough break. That was a pretty hard run into the boards, so I'm thankful they don't think it will keep him out too long.

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I've liked what I've seen out of him. Considering how much development he's missed, he's looked good. Hopefully this is a short term issue.

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This pretty much assures he will be sent back to juniors right? I mean he is going to miss pretty much all of the big camp...

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Appreciate you looking into it, Leslie.

We'll have to use Wilson, McNaught ect as our power forward guys.

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What was the injury that kept him out most of last year? Are the two related (I hope not)?

EDIT: Leslie clarified in the TC Championship thread that it was his other shoulder (which I presume means not the one he injured last year). Thank goodness!

Thanks, Leslie!
Was just wondering about this and thought it was also a shoulder injury. Not sure though. Even if it is, it is worth remembering that Blair Betts had lots of shoulder issues his first few years and has gone on to have a pretty decent career.

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Sucks, I wanted to see his level of compete in the championship game. I hope he has a full recovery and nothing lingering.

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Does he go back for his overage year?

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The injury is to his right shoulder. Yogan had surgery last year on his left shoulder. Should not be a problem with rest.

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This pretty much assures he will be sent back to juniors right? I mean he is going to miss pretty much all of the big camp...
Edit: he's still 19.

Turns 20 in DEC.

I guess he has to go to Junior.

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The injury is to his right shoulder. Yogan had surgery last year on his left shoulder. Should not be a problem with rest.
that's great news then. 7-10 days ain't so bad. He was going back to juniors anyways. Hopefully he is mentally prepared.

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Edit: he's still 19.

Turns 20 in DEC.

I guess he has to go to Junior.
he is considered a 20 year old for the rules because he turns 20 before the end of the current year. he is eligible to either play in the AHL or return to juniors for 1 more year...

many think another year in juniors would be good for him since he basically missed all of last year...i'm hoping he ends up in hartford but not sure thats the best spot.

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Good stint in Hartford on or, Yogan has very good offensive potential and should build his confidence in juniors for one more season. I thought he looked great in TC.

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Really wish he would go to the AHL.

Its good news that he won't miss much time. I really like his game a lot.

But its too bad he will miss the game tonight. The team definitely missed him yesterday.

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he is considered a 20 year old for the rules because he turns 20 before the end of the current year. he is eligible to either play in the AHL or return to juniors for 1 more year...

many think another year in juniors would be good for him since he basically missed all of last year...i'm hoping he ends up in hartford but not sure thats the best spot.
Thanks.

Id prefer AHL for Yogan, but another year in Junior wont ruin him.

Love the kid's game.

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the decision on ahl vs juniors could come down to how deep they feel the whalepack will be...if he goes to the ahl will he be buried on the 4th line barely getting playing time? or will he get a decent amount of time?

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Thanks.

Id prefer AHL for Yogan, but another year in Junior wont ruin him.

Love the kid's game.
We're gonna have centers out the wazoo in Hartford between Mitchell, Campbell, Newbury, Tessier and the lot. Maybe he needs a year with the injuries he has had.

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We're gonna have centers out the wazoo in Hartford between Mitchell, Campbell, Newbury, Tessier and the lot. Maybe he needs a year with the injuries he has had.
Beautiful thing about players like Yogan, though, is he can play all forward positions. He's versatile.

But I agree, an extra year in Junior wont ruin him. Didn't ruin Callahan, or Staal.

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not a bad player. Dont know where he will slot with the team if EVER but any injury sucks and I hope he heals quickly.

Edit: I see its only 7-10 days

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not a bad player. Dont know where he will slot with the team if EVER but any injury sucks and I hope he heals quickly.

Edit: I see its only 7-10 days
He would theoretically fit in the bottom six, as a versatile player, not unlike Boyle, who can play any forward position, in a variety of situations including PP and PK.

Im fairly high on Yogan. I believe he will be an NHL player.

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I'm pretty high on him as well. I just hope he doesn't have durability issues as he goes along here. dislocated shoulders (now on both sides) is not a good issue to have as they are easier and easier to re-injure.

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There might be an option of sending him back to juniors from the Connecticut AHL team if he struggles or they can't find him enough ice time. Missing a week or so doesn't help but there should be enough time to evaluate where he is if the Rangers let him hang around. He is a big guy with some skills.

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Considering how much time he missed last year, another year in juniors would suit him well. I think he might be a little overwhelmed in the AHL. Let him go back and score 75-80 points in juniors, then come to the AHL stronger and experience.

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