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Andrew Cogliano | Winger | #7

Team: Anaheim Ducks
Age / DOB:  (31) / 6/14/1987
Ht / Wt:  5'10' / 177
Drafted: 2005 / Rd. 1 (25) / EDM
Contract: view contract details

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Andrew Cogliano described being swept by San Jose in the first round of the playoffs as "a wake-up call for this team."
With their season now over, the Ducks players obviously will have to wait months before they can attempt to mount their response, but the front office needs to weigh is they should view this as a wake-up call as well. Certainly being swept from the playoffs is embarrassing, but it also has to be remembered that Anaheim got to the Western Conference Final in 2017, so making dramatic trades might be an overreaction. The Ducks were also missing one of their top defenseman in Cam Fowler for the first round, which didn't do them any favors either. Apr 19 - 4:17 AM

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Andrew Cogliano scored a goal in Wednesday's 2-1 loss to the San Jose Sharks.

That was the final goal of the 2017-18 season for the Anaheim Ducks, as they've officially been swept by their state rivals. Cogliano tied the game at one at the 7:53 mark of the third period, but the Sharks got the go-ahead goal from Tomas Hertl just over one minute later. It was also Cogliano's first (and last) point of these playoffs. Ryan Kesler and Jakob Silfverberg picked up the assists on Anaheim's only goal. It's going to be a long offseason for the Ducks. You have to wonder if this aging team's championship window has closed.
Apr 19 - 1:19 AM

Even though the Ducks suffered an 8-1 blowout loss against San Jose in Game 3, Andrew Cogliano took some positives from it.

Cogliano still called the night embarrassing, but he wasn't universally negative about it. "Was it an 8-1 game? I don’t know," Cogliano said. "I thought we played probably one of our better games, if not our best game of the series in terms of creating chances and getting shots and making them work. But overall we lost." The Ducks are down 3-0 in the first round series, so the Ducks are in do-or-die mode going into Game 4 on Wednesday.
Apr 18 - 4:38 AM

Anaheim Ducks forward Andrew Cogliano had three shots on goal in a 3-0 loss to the San Jose Sharks on Thursday night.

Cogliano and the Ducks failed to solve Martin Jones on Thursday. The forward had three shots on target, but failed to bother Jones who was perfect through 25 saves.
Apr 13 - 1:36 AM

Andrew Cogliano had a goal and an assist in a 4-3 overtime win over the Colorado Avalanche.

Cogliano showed great patience on a breakaway to wait out Jonathan Bernier and tie up the game 6:08 into the first period. Cogliano then followed that up by setting up Ryan Kesler with the game-tying goal midway through the final frame. The goal gets Cogliano to 10 on the year and brings his point total to 32 in 77 games this season. Adam Henrique and Ondrej Kase (OT winner) also scored in the win.
Apr 1 - 11:55 PM

Andrew Cogliano picked up his ninth goal of the season in Tuesday's 4-1 loss at Vancouver.

Cogliano has picked up the pace lately, posting two goals with four points and a plus-4 rating over his past six outings. Still, his production isn't consistent enough to trust him outside of deeper fantasy pools. Next up is date against the Kings on Friday. He has just one assist with a plus-2 rating, five shots on goal and nine penalty minutes in four meetings with the L.A. this season.
Mar 28 - 3:22 AM

Andrew Cogliano has tied the Ducks' franchise record for the most career shorthanded goals.

Cogliano netted the 16th SHG of his career on Wednesday. That matches what Paul Kariya accomplished during his tenure with Anaheim. "It’s a weird feeling," Cogliano said. "It’s a weird stat. I’ve kind of accumulated a few different bizarre stats over my career. But Paul Kariya is Paul Kariya. He’s one of the best players of all time and one of the best Ducks of all time. To be in the same category for something is – I don’t really know what to say. It’s pretty special."
Mar 22 - 11:05 AM

Andrew Cogliano posted a shorthanded goal to open the scoring in Wednesday's 4-0 victory in Calgary.

The shorty stood up as the game-winning tally since goaltender John Gibson didn't yield any goals. It was his third shorthanded tally of the season, and his 16th since joining the Ducks. That ties Paul Kariya for the most in franchise history. The Ducks are also in a four-way tie for the NHL tie with 10 shorties this season.
Mar 22 - 12:47 AM

Although Andrew Cogliano has seen his goal total dip this season compared to 2016-17, he doesn't feel it's due to a problem with his game.

Even after scoring on Friday, Cogliano has seven goals in 63 contests after getting 16 goals last season. He currently has a 5.2 shooting percentage, which is the lowest of his career. "I’ve had chances all year," Cogliano said. "I don’t think offensively I’ve had a lot of pucks go in the net this year but I think I’ve been creating the same amount as last year. I think that’s just how it is sometimes. You know I’m not going to change how I play the game. I think I’m here for a reason. I have to play the game the right away every night and do a job and play good defensively. When you have an opportunity to make them count in big games like this, it feels good."
Mar 3 - 5:14 AM

Andrew Cogliano scored his 93rd goal as a member of the Anaheim Ducks on Tuesday against the Rangers, moving into seventh on the team's all-time list.

Cogliano scored on a rush, beating Henrik Lundqvist to the glove side in a four-goal first period for the home team. It was his first goal since Dec. 23, snapping a nine-game goal drought. He'll look to carry over the momentum into Thursday's home game against the Jets.
Jan 24 - 3:02 AM

Andrew Cogliano's 830-game ironman streak clearly meant something to him.

Cogliano didn't like to talk about it in the past, but now that it's over as a consequence of his two-game suspension, he opened up about it a little. "Yeah, it’s something I think I don’t really talk about too much as I’ve been going through it because you’re in the process of it," Cogliano said. "But it’s a tough pill to swallow, I’m not going to lie. I think I’ve played hard. I’ve battled. And I’m a professional and someone that – you know I’ve played a long time. I miss the game." His voice showed his emotion as he went on. He's being punished for his blindside hit to the head of Los Angeles' Adrian Kempe. Cogliano acknowledges that he initiated contact too late, but he argued that he kept his shoulder low and his knees bent and he had no intention of hitting Kempe in the head.
Jan 16 - 8:13 AM

Andrew Cogliano has been suspended two games for his interference on Los Angeles Kings forward Adrian Kempe.

Kempe received a blindside hit to the head a couple of seconds after passing the puck over to a teammate. The suspension will break Cogliano's run of 830 consecutive games played, the fourth longest streak in NHL history. It's tough to lose the streak but Cogliano is well deserving of his suspension. He has 18 points in 44 games so far this season and is eligible to return next Friday for a rematch with the Kings.
Jan 14 - 5:01 PM

Andrew Cogliano has signed a three-year, $9.25 million contract extension with the Anaheim Ducks.

Cogliano's expiring contract came with a $3 million annual cap hit, so there won't be much change in that regard. Cogliano has five goals and 18 points in 43 games this season. He's perhaps best known for his ironman streak, which has gone all for his entire 829-game career.
Jan 12 - 2:41 PM

Andrew Cogliano found the back of the net in Anaheim's 3-1 win over St. Louis on Thursday.

That goal ended Cogliano's seven-game point drought and it was his first marker since Oct. 26. His recent slump counterbalanced his hot start, leaving him with four goals and 14 points in 32 contests this season.
Fri, Dec 15, 2017 06:30:00 AM

Andrew Cogliano will suit up for his 800th straight game tonight when the Anaheim Ducks play the San Jose Sharks.

Cogliano will join Doug Jarvis (964), Garry Unger (914) and Steve Larmer (884) as the only other NHL players to hit 800 straight games. Cogliano and Jarvis will be the only two to have done it from the start of their careers. "Pretty amazing," said Corey Perry, who has played with Cogliano the last seven seasons. "In this day and age, the way the game is played, how quick it is, how big players are, how fast, it’s pretty amazing to hear and have somebody that you respect on the team to go through something like that."He’s a professional day in and day out. He does his work and he puts his work in and puts his time in." Cogliano currently has 342 points in 799 games, with nine points in 13 games this season.
Sat, Nov 4, 2017 12:51:00 PM

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