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Andrew Yogan (Greenville Road Warriors)
Posted by Jess Rubenstein
May 25, 2014 at 04:09 am


The Greenville Road Warriors took on the Cincinnati Cyclones in game 4 of their ECHL Conference Final Series. Here is Andy Zilch Media Relations Manager of the Greenville Road Warriors report:

The Road Warriors defeated Cincinnati 3-2 in overtime Saturday night after making another third period comeback completed by Sean Berkstresser in overtime.

Wade Megan gave Cincinnati the early lead 1:34 into the first period after tipping in a shot from Josh McFadden past Jeff Malcolm. The Road Warriors were outshot 12-10 and were unable to score on Rob Madore. The period ended with Greenville trailing 1-0.

The second period remained scoreless with neither goaltender giving up a goal. The Road Warriors outshot the Cyclones 14-8 and had a power play opportunity that they were unable to capitalize on. Cincinnati has five powerplays by the close of the second period that they could not score on. The period ended with Greenville still trailing 1-0.

Josh Nicholls tied the game at 1-1 just 6:51 into the third period when he scored on the rebound off a shot by Andrew Yogan. With 5:27 left in the period, Byron Froese regained the Cyclones lead when he chipped a shot over the glove of Malcolm. With 1:44 left, The Road Warriors created more last minute magic. Jordie Johnston scored off a centering pass from Yogan to tie the game at two and force overtime for the second game in a row. When overtime began, Devon Krogh was called on an interference penalty to put Cincinnati down a man. Brian Nugent was also called on a delay of game penalty to give the Road Warriors a 5-on-3 power play. Sean Berkstresser scored 3:38 in overtime to win the game 3-2 and even the series at 2-2. Malcolm stopped 27 shots for his third win of the postseason.

How the Prospects did:

Kyle Jean (2012 UFA) had a secondary assist on Greenville’s first goal for his 4th assist of the playoffs and his 10th point. A +1 on 3 shots with a minor penalty for holding.

Samuel Noreau (2011 5th) was scoreless on 0 shots while “even” for the game

Andrew Yogan (2010 4th) had the primary assists on both regulation goals by Greenville. His 6-10-16 leads the Road Warriors and is 3rd overall in ECHL playoff scoring. Yogan was a +1 on 6 shots and took 2 minors (holding and high-sticking)

Michael St. Croix (2011 4th) was scoreless on 0 shots and a +1. St. Croix’s 4-9-13 is 8th in the ECHL playoff scoring.

Josh Nicholls (2012 UFA) scored his 6th goal of the playoffs on 6 shots and was “even”. Nicholls is 6th in ECHL playoff scoring.

Jeff Malcom (2013 UFA) was named the game’s 3rd star after stopping 27 out of 29 shots. Earned his 3rd win of the playoffs (3-1-1) and has a 2.84 goals against with a 0.905 save percentage.

Jason Missiaen (2011 UFA) is out with an undisclosed injury with no details as to his status other than he did not even dress as the backup to Malcolm.

 


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