• 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.
  • Ducks' Cogliano Scores In Loss

    News: Andrew Cogliano tallied Tuesday night for his 13th goal of the season.
    Analysis: Andrew Cogliano showed a flash of his wonderful speed as he beat two skaters out wide and flicked a backhand past Columbus goalie Sergei Bobrovsky. With only 25 points on the year, hopefully Cogliano can use some of that quickness to hit the scoresheet more often for fantasy owners.
  • Ducks' Cogliano Ends Slump

    News: Andrew Cogliano recorded an assist Wednesday against the Kings.
    Analysis: The point is his first in seven games, bringing his total to 24 this season. Given Andrew Cogliano's sparse scoring and limited ice time this season, leave him on your bench or on the waiver wire whenever possible.
  • Cogliano Scores Twice For Ducks

    News: Andrew Cogliano recorded two goals in Tuesday's win over the Coyotes.
    Analysis: Although one was into an empty net with the Coyotes searching for an equalizer, a two goal performance is certainly nothing to scoff at. This does put him into double digit goals for the season, but don't rush to the waiver wire just yet, as Andrew Cogliano's fantasy value is fairly limited due to his predominant use as a depth forward in the Ducks' lineup.
  • Ducks' Cogliano Continues Impressive Play

    News: Andrew Cogliano tallied one of three third-period goals for the Ducks in Monday's shootout win over the Red Wings.
    Analysis: With five goals in his last five games, Andrew Cogliano has been able to double his season production in the category. The Ducks value him for the scoring he provides in a depth role, so it doesn't seem likely that his recent run of production will yield a promotion to the top line with Corey Perry and Ryan Getzlaf. Cogliano's fantasy utility is likely limited to deep formats.
  • Ducks' Cogliano Strikes Twice In Loss

    News: Andrew Cogliano potted two goals and had three shots on goal in Sunday's loss to the Capitals.
    Analysis: Skating on the third line, Andrew Cogliano is a decent depth scorer, notching eight goals and 17 points in 57 games this season. While he's well below last season's 21-goal pace, he's played 597 games in a row and can be counted on for not getting injured. He's not having the best offensive season, but he provides lots of value to the Ducks that isn't seen on the scoresheet.
  • Ducks' Cogliano Scores In Loss

    News: Andrew Cogliano tallied the game's first goal and put four shots on net in Thursday's 6-3 loss to the Sharks. He also contributed six hits in the defeat.
    Analysis: Andrew Cogliano staked the Ducks to an early lead in the first period, but that was about the highlight of the night for his team, who surrendered six unanswered goals to turn the game into a laugher. Even with the tally, Cogliano is still far behind the half-point-per-game production he delivered in 2013-14, charting only 13 points in 49 games to date.