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Andrew Cogliano

7
LW-C
Left Wing/Center
DOB: 1987/6/14
Age: 33
H/W: 5-10/190
NHL: 9
Salary: $3,100,000
Contract: 2018
Shoots: L
Draft By: EDM
Draft Year: 2005
Draft Round: 1
Draft Selection: 25
15-16 Report/16-17 Outlook: Current NHL iron man hasn’t missed a single NHL game, carrying a current streak of 704 games – the second longest active streak in the NHL from the beginning of an NHL career .. He has become an integral plug and play fit for the Ducks with speed and checking ability providing an important ingredient .. started the season mired in a two-points in 16 games funk when he was placed on a line with Jakob Silfverberg and Ryan Kesler (352 mins, 64.3 GF% &  53.5 CF%) at mid-season after Shawn Horcoff (363 mins, 47.4 GF% & 54.1 CF% at 5v5) was suspended for PED use and Carl Hagelin (180 mins, 44.4 GF% & 58.1 CF%) had been dealt to Pittsburgh .. scored career low five goals, firing 4.35% iSh% (career low), with points on 78.8% of on-ice goals, scoring career low 15.2% himself, almost half his career average .. consecutive seasons with a decline in goals from a career high 21 in ’13-14 to 15, to nine in ’15-16 .. strong finish following a nine-game pointless funk, with 12 points in the final 15 (15-2-10-12) would spill over into the postseason with four points (7-2-2-4) as part of the Ducks best offensive line .. consistent and a valuable role player, with no powerplay time but effective on the penalty kill - he may have hit his equilibrium range at 28-35 points – with goals closer to 15 than nine .. keep expectations in line despite success with Kesler and Silfverberg.

Notes .. Enjoyed his most productive season since his debut in Edmonton back in 2007-08 breaking the 20 goal mark for the first time (82-21-21-42) .. continued his incredible run of consistent health, having not missed a single game in his seven year career .. a speedy winger who can be used up and down the lineup .. rarely deployed on the power play (13 seconds a...

15-16 Report/16-17 Outlook: Current NHL iron man hasn’t missed a single NHL game, carrying a current streak of 704 games – the second longest active streak in the NHL from the beginning of an NHL career .. He has become an integral plug and play fit for the Ducks with speed and checking ability providing an important ingredient .. started the season mired in a two-points in 16 games funk when he was placed on a line with Jakob Silfverberg and Ryan Kesler (352 mins, 64.3 GF% &  53.5 CF%) at mid-season after Shawn Horcoff (363 mins, 47.4 GF% & 54.1 CF% at 5v5) was suspended for PED use and Carl Hagelin (180 mins, 44.4 GF% & 58.1 CF%) had been dealt to Pittsburgh .. scored career low five goals, firing 4.35% iSh% (career low), with points on 78.8% of on-ice goals, scoring career low 15.2% himself, almost half his career average .. consecutive seasons with a decline in goals from a career high 21 in ’13-14 to 15, to nine in ’15-16 .. strong finish following a nine-game pointless funk, with 12 points in the final 15 (15-2-10-12) would spill over into the postseason with four points (7-2-2-4) as part of the Ducks best offensive line .. consistent and a valuable role player, with no powerplay time but effective on the penalty kill - he may have hit his equilibrium range at 28-35 points – with goals closer to 15 than nine .. keep expectations in line despite success with Kesler and Silfverberg.

Notes .. Enjoyed his most productive season since his debut in Edmonton back in 2007-08 breaking the 20 goal mark for the first time (82-21-21-42) .. continued his incredible run of consistent health, having not missed a single game in his seven year career .. a speedy winger who can be used up and down the lineup .. rarely deployed on the power play (13 seconds a game), however, playing a more significant role on the shorthanded unit, skating 1:35 nightly .. possession stats are par for the course, sitting with a 5v5 CF rating of 48.6% .. despite seeing a lot of time at center earlier on in his career he took only 27 draws in 2013-14 .. signed long-term with the Ducks through 2017-18 .. will have to battle against internal competition for one of the top six winger positions .. at 27 year’s old it’s unlikely that he’ll see significant power play time, as the addition of Kesler has stiffened competition even further .. never quite developed into the offensive force many had hoped he’d become after an electric start for the Oilers .. reliable and proven to be effective in a second/third line combo role .. goal scoring the past two seasons has been supported by a slightly high shooting percentage .. the type of depth player that teams covet, providing roster flexibility filling whatever role is needed .. should be pencilled in for 15 goals with the potential for more.

12-13 Report: Best season of career for versatile  and energetic 26 year old forward keeping  a 22 goal pro-rated pace ..  led Ducks in 5v5 shooting percentage (14.06%) and career high 16.46% overall ....  lined up alongside Saku Koivu and Daniel Winnik to form a productive shutdown unit .. combined with rookie Etem  on occasion to produce  an interesting speedy, tenacious penalty kill .. underrated as a multi-faceted and versatile option .. started slow with an eight game pointless streaking after scoring four points in his first two games .. moved up alongside Getzlaf/Perry at the end of February, after recording a 3-game goal streak, (3-4-0-4) and adding another before scoring a hat trick in early March .. during the first 29 games, he was on the ice when the Ducks scored 22 times at even strength, and only six time when the Ducks were scored on .. iron man has dressed in 458 straight games, ranking third among active players in the NHL .. named Bill Masterton nominee for Anaheim.

Updates

  • May 11, 2017

    Update:Cogliano scored a second-period goal during Wednesday's Game 7 win over Edmonton.
    Analysis:The veteran winger picked a good time to score his first tally of the playoffs. Cogliano's a capable scorer, but his shutdown role limits his offensive opportunities. Consistently matching up against the opposition's top players also caps Coglinao's fantasy value, especially because he doesn't receive power-play time.

  • March 27, 2017

    Update:Cogliano scored the game-winner in Sunday's 6-3 win over the Rangers.
    Analysis:The 29-year-old winger has a goal in each of his past two games, bringing his season total to 16. Cogliano now has 33 points this season, surpassing last years total of 32, and he also has a career high 163 shots on goal.

  • February 25, 2017

    Update:Cogliano scored the Ducks only goal in a 4-1 loss to the Kings on Saturday.
    Analysis:Cogs now has a goal in each of his last two games and four in his last eight. His 14 goals are good enough for fourth on the Quacks. Cogliano, who turns 30 in the offseason, is a sturdy complementary player who steadily supplies 30-40 points a season.

  • February 18, 2017

    Update:Cogliano picked up a shorthanded goal in Friday's 4-1 loss against the Ducks.
    Analysis:Cogliano has played in 763 straight games, most among active players. The durable veteran has managed two goals with four points over the past five games, making him worth a roster spot in most fantasy pools of 12 or more teams.

  • January 24, 2017

    Update:Cogliano failed to register a point for the sixth consecutive game during Monday's win over Winnipeg.
    Analysis:At this stage of his career, the 29-year-old speedster shouldn't be confused with a reliable fantasy asset, and his 10 goals and 21 points through 50 games this season actually represent one of his better offensive showings. Additionally, he's averaged just five seconds of power-play time this season and has started just 44.5 percent of his five-on-five shifts in the offensive zone. It isn't a strong fantasy setup for Cogliano, and his upside is capped as a result.

  • December 8, 2016

    Update:Cogliano scored a goal and added an assist with two shots on net during Wednesday's shootout win over the Hurricanes.
    Analysis:Cogliano has settled into a defense-first role and rarely receives power-play time, so his fantasy value is capped. He's worth an occasional look in daily games, but in most seasonal leagues, his offense isn't consistent enough to rely on. He has just seven goals and 14 points through 27 games this year, after all.

  • November 7, 2016

    Update:Cogliano has registered five goals on 27 shots through the first 13 games of the season.
    Analysis:During the 2015-16 campaign, Cogliano averaged just 1.6 shots per game and scored nine goals. With his shot volume up to start the year (2.08 shots per game), Cogliano is already well on his way to topping last season's goal total. However, with a single 20-goal, 40-point showing over the past five years with the Ducks, Cogliano will likely remain a low-end fantasy asset in deep settings.

  • April 21, 2016

    Update:Cogliano put home a goal and finished with two shots in 12:46 of ice time in Thursday's 4-1 win over the Predators in Game 4.
    Analysis:Cogliano put the final nail in the Predators coffin in Game 4 as he put home the Ducks fourth and final goal of the game. The 28-year-old now has points in three out of the four games in the series and if the Ducks are going to move onto the next round, they'll need players like Cogliano to contribute in a big way.

  • April 18, 2016

    Update:Cogliano opened the scoring and had an assist in Sunday's Game 2 loss to the Predators.
    Analysis:Cogliano has played well in two playoff games thus far, but he finds his team trailing Nashville 2-0 in their first-round series. The 28-year-old has 20 points in 38 career playoff games and is a decent supplementary scorer who can come through with a big goal or two. The Ducks will need contributions from guys like him if they hope to rally and beat the Preds.

  • February 10, 2016

    Update:Cogliano notched an empty-net goal on four shots, a plus-1 rating and six PIM in a 4-1 victory over the Flyers on Tuesday.
    Analysis: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.

  • November 20, 2015

    Update:Cogliano capitalized on a Panthers turnover for a shorthanded goal in Thursday's 3-1 win.
    Analysis:After a turnover at the Panthers blue line, 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.

  • November 17, 2015

    Update:Cogliano collected two helpers in Monday's win over the Hurricanes.
    Analysis: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.

  • November 3, 2015

    Update:Cogliano scored his first goal of the season in Sunday's win over the Predators.
    Analysis: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.

  • October 19, 2015

    Update:Cogliano has a single assist to go along with a minus-3 rating after five games this campaign.
    Analysis: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.

  • May 18, 2015

    Update:Cogliano led the Ducks with five shot attempts and also picked up an assist in Sunday's Game 1 win over the Blackhawks.
    Analysis: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.

  • March 28, 2015

    Update:Cogliano netted his 14th of the season Saturday against the Islanders.
    Analysis:That's 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.

  • February 24, 2015

    Update: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, 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.

  • January 30, 2015

    Update: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: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.

  • December 15, 2014

    Update:Cogliano netted his second shorthanded goal of the season in Saturday's win over the Jets.
    Analysis:While Cogliano churned out a productive evening against the Jets (four shots, two hits in 12:03 of ice time), he's largely been a disappointment in the first season of the four-year, $12 million extension he inked last January. After scoring 42 points in 2013-14, he's on pace to meet about half that total this season.

  • November 16, 2014

    Update:Cogliano scored his second goal of the season in the team's 6-2 loss to the Panthers on Sunday.
    Analysis:After scoring a career-high 21 goals last year, it's disappointing to see Cogliano sitting at just a pair midway through November. Fantasy owners can only hope his marker Sunday is the start of better days for him.

  • October 18, 2014

    Update:Cogliano bagged his first goal of the season in Friday's win over the Wild.
    Analysis:Cogliano's short-handed tally tied the game at one apiece before Corey Perry scored the game-winner approximately seven and a half minutes later. In addition, Cogliano's goal denied the Wild's bid to become the second team in NHL history to open the season with three consecutive shutouts. However, with just one point and a neutral rating through five games, Cogliano will need to start picking up the pace offensively if he hopes to match last season's 42-point outburst.

  • March 30, 2014

    Update:Cogliano talied two assists during a 5-1 defeat of the Canucks on Saturday.
    Analysis:Cogliano is showing some signs of improvement, now with three points over the course of his last three games.

  • March 27, 2014

    Update:Cogliano scored the go-ahead goal during the third period of a 3-2 win over the Flames on Wednesday.
    Analysis:Wednesday's goal ends a five-game-long goalless streak for Cogliano.

  • March 7, 2014

    Update:Cogliano left Friday's game with an undisclosed injury in the first period, Eric Stephens of the Orange County Register reports.
    Analysis:Cogliano took a hard hit against the boards and was slow to get himself back to the bench. He immediately left with the trainers for the locker room and his return to the game is in question.

  • January 12, 2014

    Update:Cogliano scored a goal during the second period of a 1-0 shutout of the Red Wings on Sunday.
    Analysis:After a four-game-long point-streak, Cogliano had been pointless in his two attempts prior to Sunday.

  • January 6, 2014

    Update:Cogliano picked up an assist early in the second period of a 4-3 overtime defeat of the Canucks on Sunday.
    Analysis:Notching an assist a day after signing a four-year extension has to be a positive sign for Ducks fans about their center's future with the team.

  • January 4, 2014

    Update:Cogliano signed a four-year, $12 million extension with the Ducks on Saturday, Eric Stephens of the Orange County Register reports.
    Analysis:With Cogliano set to become an unrestricted free agent in the offseason, the Ducks decided to lock him up early after he's enjoyed productive back-to-back seasons, usually playing on the second or third line. His durability might be his greatest calling card, as he hasn't missed an NHL game in his seven-year career.

  • Update:Cogliano scored his 13th goal of the season during the Ducks' 5-2 win over the Oilers on Friday.
    Analysis:Though he's still only averaging 15:25 in ice time, Cogliano has been a major offensive contributor lately. The 26-year-old center has now scored in back-to-back games and has four goals and one assist in his last five games.

  • January 1, 2014

    Update:Cogliano scored a goal during the third period of a 6-3 victory over the Sharks on Tuesday.
    Analysis:Tuesday's goal gives Cogliano 10 points in his last 12 games.

  • December 17, 2013

    Update:Cogliano registered three assists in a 5-2 defeat of the Red Wings on Tuesday.
    Analysis:Despite going pointless in his previous game, Cogliano now has seven points over the course of his last five games.

  • November 29, 2013

    Update:Cogliano grabbed a goal and an assist in Friday's win over Calgary, his first goal in seven games.
    Analysis:Cogliano has three points in the last two games, but that was preceded by a stretch of no points in seven contests. He's never been a big scorer in his career and will have several stretches where he doesn't get on the scoresheet.

  • November 12, 2013

    Update:Cogliano scored a goal 40 seconds into a 2-3 loss to the Panthers on Tuesday.
    Analysis:Despite the loss, the Ducks have to be happy about the fact that Cogliano now has scored a goal in each of his last four games.

  • November 9, 2013

    Update:Cogliano scored a goal during the second period of a 6-2 defeat of the Sabres on Friday.
    Analysis:Friday's goal gives Cogliano four points in his last six games, he's looking better and better.

  • November 4, 2013

    Update:Cogliano merited an assist during the second period of a 6-3 win over the Sabres on Saturday.
    Analysis:After a four-game pointless streak, Cogliano now has points in two out of his last three games.

  • October 11, 2013

    Update:Cogliano registered an assist in the second period of the Ducks' 6-0 shutout of the Rangers on Thursday.
    Analysis:Cogliano continues to look solid this season, now having three points in the Ducks' first four games.

  • October 7, 2013

    Update:Cogliano scored a goal at the end of the second period of the Ducks' 3-2 defeat of the Jets.
    Analysis:Three games into the regular season, Cogliano already has two points.

  • October 6, 2013

    Update:Cogliano logged an assist early in the first period of the Ducks' 4-3 defeat of the Wild on Saturday.
    Analysis:Following a strong preseason, Cogliano looks good early in the final year of his contract.

  • April 18, 2013

    Update:Cogliano, who suffered a right knee injury this past Saturday, suited up Wednesday, recording five shots in 17:13 worth of ice time.
    Analysis:Cogliano, who has suited up for all 43 of the Ducks' games, has 12 goals and 22 points to date, as he easily outpaces his 2011-12 rate of production (13/13/26 in 82 games).

  • April 8, 2013

    Update:Cogliano was credited with an assist in the second period of the Ducks' shootout win over the Kings on Sunday.
    Analysis:Cogliano is currently on a roll, as Sunday's assist gives him four points in his last five games.

  • February 16, 2013

    Update:Cogliano scored for the third straight game during Friday's win over Detroit, giving him four goals in the last three games.
    Analysis:Cogliano has been one of the league's hottest players the last 10 days and sits with eight points in 12 games on the season. Expect the goal scoring to taper off a bit, but Cogliano is enjoying life in Anaheim.

  • February 13, 2013

    Update:Cogliano scored his second goal Tuesday in as many games after being held without a goal over the first 10 games of the season.
    Analysis:The goal was a big one - it tied the game against the Blackhawks with less than 3:00 left in a game that the Ducks ultimately won in the shootout.

  • November 17, 2012

    Update:Cogliano signed with Klagenfurter AC of Austria on Saturday, 630 CHED of Edmonton reports.
    Analysis:Players continue to trickle into the overseas hockey leagues with a deal to end the NHL lockout not yet imminent, with Cogliano being the latest casualty. The durable Cogliano has played the full 82 games in each of his five NHL seasons, but did see his scoring drop to 26 points last season with the Ducks, the lowest total of his career.

  • April 6, 2012

    Update: Cogliano scored the Ducks' first goal in a hard fought 3-2 win over the Oilers.
    Analysis: Despite playing every game this season for the Ducks, Cogliano has nine points less than last season and had not scored since Feb. 26.

Career Stats

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 Season Team League GP G A TP PIM      Playoffs GP G A TP PIM 
 2002-2003 Vaughan Kings Minor Midget AAAGTMMHL58 39 5493 122|        
 2003-2004 St. Michael's BuzzersOPJHL37 26 4672 14|Playoffs24 11 2031 12 
  Canada Ontario U17WHC-176 5 712 6|        
 2004-2005 St. Michael's BuzzersOPJHL49 36 66102 33|Playoffs25 22 2446 20 
  St. Michael's BuzzersDudley Hewitt Cup4 5 16 0|        
  Canada U18Hlinka Memorial5 4 59 22|        
 2005-2006 Univ. of MichiganNCAA39 12 1628 38|        
  Canada U20WJC-206 1 45 4|        
 2006-2007 Univ. of MichiganNCAA38 24 2650 12|        
  Canada U20WJC-206 1 23 0|        
 2007-2008 Edmonton OilersNHL82 18 2745 20|        
 2008-2009 Edmonton OilersNHL82 18 2038 22|        
 2009-2010 Edmonton OilersNHL82 10 1828 31|        
 2010-2011 Edmonton OilersNHL82 11 2435 64|        
 2011-2012 Anaheim DucksNHL82 13 1326 15|        
 2012-2013 Klagenfurter ACEBEL7 2 46 2|        
  Anaheim DucksNHL48 6 1824 22|Playoffs7 0 11
 2013-2014 Anaheim DucksNHL82 21 2142 26|Playoffs13 1 67
 2014-2015 Anaheim DucksNHL82 15 1429 14|Playoffs16 3 69
 2015-2016 Anaheim DucksNHL82 9 2332 28|Playoffs7 2 24
 2016-2017 Anaheim DucksNHL82 16 1935 26|Playoffs17 1 23
 2017-2018 Anaheim DucksNHL75 9 2130 39|        

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