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Round 2
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Stanley Cup Final

Andrew Yogan

North American Skater - Peterborough, OHL
Final Rank:61Midterm Rank:65
Position:Left Wing/CenterShoots:Left
Height:6' 3"Weight:205
Born:December 4, 1991
Born in:Coral Springs, FL, USA
Drafted: 2010: NYR (4th Round / 100th Overall)  New York Rangers
• Yogan had 25 goals and 55 points in 63 games this season before a broken foot, suffered blocking a shot, ended his season in early March.

• Selected by the Windsor Spitfires in 2007, he played his rookie season with Windsor before heading to Erie in a trade.

• A Boca Raton native, Yogan was originally interested in karate, but got his start in hockey at the age of seven when a friend asked him to come out and skate. He played his minor hockey for the Florida Junior Panthers and his first team was the Coral Springs Coyotes. He also played a year of minor hockey for former Detroit Red Wings defenseman, Uwe Krupp, who influenced his career and helped him make it to the OHL.

• His father, Mark, is a pilot and they travelled thousands of miles in minor hockey playing in several tournaments around North America – one of his favourite memories was winning the MVP award at the Boston Junior Chowder Cup.

FAVORITES

NHL team:
Florida Panthers
NHL player: Joe Thornton
Shootout move: “Fake forehand, backhand, forehand, low blocker”
Goal celebration: “Fist pump”
Video game: Call of Duty
Movie: Wedding Crashers
TV show: Nitro Circus
Actor: Will Ferrell
Music artist: Lil Wayne
Website: facebook.com
Book: Davinci Code
Pump-up song: New noise by Refused
Home-cooked meal: Salmon, Fettuccini Alfredo
Activity away from the rink: Beach

STATISTICS

SEASONTEAMLEAGUEGPGAPPIM
2008-2009ERIEOHL5122204256
2009-2010ERIEOHL6325305597




I've been getting frustrated lately, and the only thing keeping me sane was the team winning and other people stepping up and scoring. Then you just kind of let it go and realize you can end the series with one shot, that frustration goes away for a brief moment, and that's what happened.

— Montreal forward Max Pacioretty after scoring the series-winner in Game 4 -- his first career playoff goal -- to eliminate the Lightning and send the Canadiens into the second round