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While he may not be pleased with the results on the ice after the Rangers dropped the opening game of the Traverse City tournament, 4-3, to the Carolina Hurricanes, prospect Andrew Yogan still has a lot to be proud of.
Prior to the game, Yogan was named captain of the Traverse City squad, and he called it "an honor" to be given the role. After the game, Yogan spoke about being named captain, how he felt after the game, his goal, his expectations for the rest of the tournament and more.
Danny Kristo, one of the team's top prospects, said it was a "tough loss," getting chances on the ice — he finished with eight shots on goal — his thoughts on the game and more.
Check out what Yogan and Kristo had to say, then share your thoughts in the comments below.