Andrew Cogliano

#7 LW / Anaheim Ducks / EXP: 8YRS Height: 5-10 Weight: 180 lb Age: 28 College: Michigan

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    Ducks' Andrew Cogliano: Finds twine in win

    Cogliano notched a goal on four shots, a plus-1 rating and a hit in a 4-1 victory over the Flyers on Tuesday. After failing to find the back of the net in a stretch of 17 games, Cogliano now has three goals in his last 11 games, including two in his last three contests. He scored 29 points a year ago and is now on pace to match that total after picking up the pace lately. While he isn't logging a ton of minutes, the Ducks surely hope that he can regain a bit of his scoring touch over the last half of the season.

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    Ducks' Andrew Cogliano: Goalless in 11 games

    Cogliano hasn't hit the twine in his past 11 games. He does have three assists in that time frame, but like most Ducks, appears to be in some form of scoring slump. He's currently on pace to hit a career low in points for a full NHL season. What makes this especially tough to swallow is his abysmal even strength statistics, as he is currently tied for the worst plus-minus on the Ducks at -13, a rating that puts him in the bottom ten league wide.

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    Ducks' Andrew Cogliano: Buries shorthanded goal Thursday

    Cogliano capitalized on a Panthers turnover for a shorthanded goal in Thursday's 3-1 win. After a turnover at the Panthers blueline, Shawn Horcoff skated the puck up the right wing and sent a saucer pass to Cogliano, who buried the goal past Roberto Luongo for his second of the season. Cogliano has a goal and two assists in his past three games.

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    Ducks' Andrew Cogliano: Records first multi-point effort of season

    Cogliano collected two helpers in Monday's win over the Hurricanes. Cogliano was part of a trio (along with Shawn Horcoff and Carl Hagelin) that combined for seven points on Monday night. The newly formed line was easily Anaheim's most effective in the game, creating numerous scoring chances and leading the team to victory. While Cogliano is technically on the third line, he could be worth a pickup in deeper leagues if he can start to score with a little more consistency.

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    Ducks' Andrew Cogliano: Scores first goal of season

    Cogliano scored his first goal of the season in Sunday's win over the Predators. In the absence of team captain Ryan Getzlaf, some line juggling has landed Cogliano on the second line with Shawn Horcoff and Jakob Silfverberg. Cogliano should continue to see regular even strength time with the occasional power play shift, but until he gets more consistent opportunities to put up points, he should be left on your bench.

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    Ducks' Andrew Cogliano: One point through first five games

    Cogliano has a single assist to go along with a minus-3 rating after five games this campaign. After a strong postseason, Cogliano has struggled to approach that same level of play in 2015-16. While the entire Ducks offense has been anemic in the early goings of the season, scoring a league worst five goals, Cogliano has recorded only four shots on goal. As the Ducks' play improves, Cogliano's may follow, but use caution after such a disappointing start.

  • Cogliano Paces Ducks With Five Shots In Game 1

    News: Andrew Cogliano led the Ducks with five shot attempts and also picked up an assist in Sunday's Game 1 win over the Blackhawks.
    Analysis: Andrew Cogliano's bottom-six role hasn't inhibited his offense, at least over the Ducks' last three games. The winger has collected a goal and assist while putting up 13 shots during that span, providing ample secondary scoring behind the top-line stars.
  • Ducks' Cogliano Tallies Three Helpers

    News: Andrew Cogliano assisted on three Ducks goals Monday in their 5-4 overtime win in Game 3 of their first round series against the Jets.
    Analysis: Andrew Cogliano factored in on both Ryan Kesler's tying goal late in the third, and Rickard Rakell's winner early in the first overtime. The points are Cogliano's first of the post-season and vault him into a tie for fourth in playoff scoring for the Ducks.
  • Ducks' Cogliano Scores On Penalty Shot

    News: Andrew Cogliano tallied his first career penalty shot goal Wednesday against the Oilers.
    Analysis: Andrew Cogliano also assisted on Simon Despres' first goal as a Duck earlier in the game, giving him 15 goals and 13 assists on the season. Cogliano's scoring has become a little more consistent in the past few weeks, making him worth a look in deeper formats.
  • Cogliano Scores Again For Ducks

    News: Andrew Cogliano netted his 14th of the season Saturday against the Islanders.
    Analysis: That's Andrew Cogliano's second goal in three games, a tad unusual for the depth forward. The recent run of goals is nice, but don't expect the fourth liner to continue potting them at this pace.
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