Yogan/Ceresnak join Connecticut; Girardi is Masterton nominee

Two little tidbits hit the news waves this morning. First, as said here on Monday, Rangers prospects Andrew Yogan and Peter Ceresnak have officially joined the Connecticut Whale. Both are on ATO’s, which means that Ceresnak can return to the OHL next year. Yogan is playing for his Rangers career, and will need to earn an entry level contract.

The other news is that Dan Girardi is the Rangers nominee for the Bill Masterton trophy, which awards the player who best exemplifies the qualities of perseverance, sportsmanship, and dedication to hockey. Past Rangers who have won the trophy include Jean Ratelle (1970-71), Rob Gilbert (1975-76), Anders Hedberg (1984-85), and Adam Graves (2000-01).

4 Responses to “Yogan/Ceresnak join Connecticut; Girardi is Masterton nominee”

  1. wwpd says:

    cindy is a shoo-in for masterton

  2. Walt says:

    Cindy is a shoo in for head chicken chocker!!!

  3. wwpd says:

    hahahahaha

    i stand corrected. matt cooke? wtf?

  4. Greg says:

    Good job by Shoney! Yogans & Ceresnak will be with big club one day. Yogans has size and hands. Plays like a bigger version of Callahan. Got hand it to Slats, Clark & Shoney.