Cogliano scored his second goal of the playoffs during Monday's 4-3 loss to the Blues in Game 3.
The goal came shorthanded as Roman Polak sat in the box with a high-sticking infraction. Cogliano has two points -- both goals -- through nine games this postseason.
Cogliano scored a goal on five shots in Saturday's 3-2 shootout loss to the Canucks.
He has accumulated two goals and a helper in his last five games, but with only five hits and seven shots in that span. Cogliano has six points in 30 games with the Stars and 17 points in 76 overall appearances this season in what's been the worst offensive campaign in his career. Not helping matters is his average ice time of 11:35 per game since being traded to Dallas, limiting his ability to get involved in the offense.
Cogliano (upper body) will be back in the lineup against Colorado on Thursday, Matthew DeFranks of The Dallas Morning News reports.
Cogliano will return to action versus the Avs following a three-game stint on the shelf. The winger was stuck in a nine-game pointless streak prior to getting hurt and will almost certainly miss the 30-point mark for the first time since 2014-15, when he came one point shy (29). Even with Radek Faksa (neck) doubtful, Cogliano figures to slot into a bottom-six role.
Cogliano (upper body) is doubtful Tuesday against the Rangers but expected to play Thursday against the Avalanche after practicing Monday, Mark Stepneski of the Stars' official site reports.
Check back prior to Tuesday's game to confirm Cogliano's status, but it looks like the one-time NHL iron man is set to sit out one more game before making his return.
Cogliano (upper body) has returned to Dallas and is targeting Tuesday against the Rangers as a potential return date, Mike Heika of the Stars' official site reports.,
Cogliano was limited to just 3:17 of ice time Tuesday before his exit for an issue that will keep him out for at least two contests. Considering the veteran winger has tallied just three points over 17 games since joining the Stars, his absence shouldn't ruin many fantasy seasons, but it will open the door for Joel L'Esperance to rejoin the lineup Thursday.
Cogliano (upper body) will not play Thursday against the Kings, Matthew DeFranks of The Dallas Morning News reports.
Thursday will mark the first game of Cogliano's 12-year career that the veteran will miss due to injury. The Ontario native sustained the injury in Tuesday's game against the Golden Knights -- Cogliano got hit by Ryan Reaves and went straight to the locker room. The winger was taking over duties in the second line with Jamie Benn (upper body) out, but Benn's status has yet to be determined.
Cogliano suffered an upper-body injury and won't return to Tuesday's game versus the Golden Knights, Mark Stepneski of the Stars' official site reports.
Cogliano got crushed by Ryan Reaves in the first period and went straight to the locker room. He has just three points in 17 games with the Stars, but he was given second-line duties in this contest with Jamie Benn (upper body) also out. The Stars now have just 11 healthy forwards, so they may need to dip into AHL Texas for reinforcements.
Cogliano was acquired by the Stars from the Ducks in exchange for Devin Shore on Monday.
Cogliano has just 11 points in 46 games this season, which could see him miss the 30-point mark for the first time since the 2014-15 campaign -- though the winger is currently riding a three-game point streak. The Toronto native could slot into a top-six role in Dallas, but will likely have to start producing if he is going to hold onto that assignment.
Cogliano has logged 10 straight games without recording a point.
Cogliano averaged greater than two shots per game last season, but he's only fired the puck 59 times in 43 games in 2018-19. The Ironman has just two goals and appears to be rapidly losing confidence in his shot. Of course, it doesn't help that Anaheim ranks 30th in the league offensively by means of averaging only 2.40 goals per game.
Cogliano tallied an assist in Wednesday's 3-2 win over Calgary.
The helper marks the forward's first point in the last ten games. Cogliano's recent lack of success has led coach Randy Carlyle to demote the 31-year-old to the second line. Though the Toronto native has had a relatively disappointing start to the season, his 16:15 of ice time Wednesday was the second-most the forward has recorded this season, which could be a sign of more minutes to come. Cogliano and the Ducks will look to make it two straight wins against the Wild on Friday.
Cogliano potted a game-winning power-play goal in Sunday's 3-2 victory over the Blues.
With time winding down in the third period, Cogliano snuck one past Chad Johnson for his first goal of the season. The veteran winger is searching for his first 20-goal campaign since 2013-14, and he has a shot to do so by playing on the top line centered by Ryan Kesler.
Cogliano garnered an assist in Monday's shootout victory over the Red Wings.
It was Cogliano's first point of the 2018-19 campaign, having been absent from the scoresheet in the first two. Through the opening three outings, the winger has managed a mere four shots on goal, a far cry from the 2.19 shots per game he registered last season.
Cogliano scored his team's only goal Wednesday, as San Jose completed a sweep with a 2-1 win in Game 4 of the Western Conference quarterfinals.
Cogliano came into the playoffs hot after scoring in three of the Ducks' final four games of the season, but he couldn't sustain his play, waiting until the final period of the year to record a point in the playoffs. Unfortunately for his owners, that's a lot closer to his standard level rather than the way he finished the regular season.
Cogliano scored a goal and an assist for the second time in three games to help earn a 5-3 win over Dallas.
Cogliano has 12 goals all season. Four have come in his past five games for an incredibly surprising hot streak. He's salvaged his season, and now he looks like a great value play in the final game of the year as he tries for his best scoring mark in the past four years.
Cogliano scored a goal on four shots and had an assist in a 4-3 overtime win against the Avalanche on Sunday.
The veteran has been playing some good hockey recently, as he has three goals and three assists in his last eight games. However, the 30-year-old only has 10 goals and 32 points on the season. That's about par for the course for the veteran forward. In 12 NHL seasons he's only crossed the 40-point threshold twice.
Cogliano recorded a shorthanded goal in Wednesday's 4-0 road win over the Flames.
The Iron Man ripped the puck away from Dougie Hamilton and juked Mike Smith with a stutter step for his eighth goal of the season. Cogliano isn't deployed on the man advantage, but he has scored three times shorthanded to complement a plus-14 rating and 20 even-strength assists through 72 games.
Cogliano has recorded just two assists through his past 14 games.
After recording nine points through the first 11 games of the season, Cogliano has just three tallies and 11 helpers over his latest 51 outings. He continues to play an important shut-down role for the Ducks and is averaging 1:53 of shorthanded ice time per contest. However, that clearly hasn't provided many scoring looks.
Cogliano has served his two-game suspension and will rejoin the lineup Friday against the Kings, NHL.com reports.
Cogliano is expected to return to the second line for the Ducks after serving his ban for a hit against Adrian Kempe last Saturday. He's expected to slot in alongside Ryan Kesler and Jakob Slifverberg and will attempt to end a rather dry spell of just one point (an assist) over his last seven games played.
Cogliano received a two-game suspension for an interference penalty against the Kings on Saturday.
Cogliano laid a nasty hit on Adrian Kempe, catching him up high with a shoulder. Prior to the suspension, the 30-year-old forward was the NHL's active leader in consecutive games played with a ridiculous 830 straight. Assuming he doesn't appeal he will be available for Friday's rematch against Los Angeles after missing games against Colorado and Pittsburgh.
Cogliano will have a hearing Sunday in front of the NHL's Department of Player Safety following his illegal check to the head of the Kings' Adrian Kempe in the Ducks' 4-2 win Saturday.
Cogliano, who inked a three-year, $9.25 million contract extension earlier this weekend, only received a two-minute interference penalty for the check, but the NHL will review the incident and determine if a fine or suspension is warranted. If Cogliano does get suspended for any length of time, it would represent the first absence of his 11-year NHL career. Including postseason play, the durable forward has played in 890 consecutive contests since entering the league, the second-longest streak in NHL history to begin a career.
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