Andrew Cogliano
Andrew Cogliano
Left Wing  - ANA
Number: 7
Height: 5' 10"
Weight: 184
Shoots: Left
Born: Jun 14, 1987  (Age 29)
Birthplace: Toronto, ON, Canada
Drafted: EDM / 2005 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 1st (25th overall)
2014-15: Appeared in his eighth NHL season, his fourth with Anaheim…scored 15-14=29 points with a +5 and 14 PIM in 82 games…was the lone Ducks skater to appear in all 82 contests, extending his Ironman streak to 622 games for the league’s top active streak…became Anaheim's all-time leading Ironman with his 277th consecutive game as a Duck on Mar. 3 at Arizona, surpassing Andy McDonald (now at 294 games as a Duck)...collected two multi-goal games (Mar. 3 @ ARI and Feb. 15 vs. WSH) and four multi-point contests…scored his first penalty-shot goal on his third career attempt, Apr. 1 vs. EDM…recorded shorthanded goals on Mar. 3 @ ARI, Dec. 13 @ WPG (100th point as a Duck) and Oct. 17 vs. MIN, one shy of the franchise single-season record…finished the season ranked third among all-time club leaders in SHG (8)…tied career highs in plus/minus (+3) on Apr. 1 vs. EDM and Feb. 20 @ CGY, and shots on net (6) on Nov. 5 vs. NYI…recorded a season-high 18:37 TOI, Oct. 31 @ DAL…PLAYOFFS: Collected 3-6=9 points with a team-leading +9 rating and four PIM in 16 postseason games…finished tied for third among playoff leaders in plus/minus…set postseason career highs in goals, points, games and plus/minus, and matched a personal best in assists…ranked third among team forwards in shorthanded TOI (32:44)…recorded a career-high 24:56 TOI in Game 2 of the WCF, May 19 vs. CHI…set single-game playoff career highs in assists and points (0-3=3) in Game 3 of the First Round, Apr. 20 @ WPG.

CAREER: Signed a four-year contract extension through the 2017-18 season, Jan. 4, 2014…signed a three-year contract through 2013-14, July 19, 2011…has appeared in every regular season contest since his debut in 2007-08…only two players have played more consecutive games to start their careers, including Doug Jarvis (964) and Andy Hebenton (630)…is the eighth player in NHL history to play 600 or more consecutive games…the only two others in the last 20 years are Jay Bouwmeester (737) and Henrik Sedin (679)…2013-14: Appeared in his seventh NHL season, his third with Anaheim…scored 1-6=7 points with eight PIM in 13 Stanley Cup Playoff games…posted a postseason career-high three-game assist streak (0-3=3), Apr. 23-27…his assist on Apr. 13 at American Airlines Center came on Nick Bonino’s OT winner to clinch Anaheim’s First Round series vs. DAL…scored his first career postseason goal while shorthanded in Game 2 of the First Round, Apr. 18 vs. DAL…was the sixth player in franchise history to score a SHG in the playoffs…appeared in 82 regular-season games, registering 21-21=42 points with a +13 rating and 26 PIM…established a career high in goals, besting his previous mark of 18 in 2007-08 and 2008-09…led the team with a career-high three SHG and was the lone Anaheim player to appear in all 82 games, extending his Ironman streak to 540 consecutive games…became the fifth player in NHL history and first since Doug Jarvis to play 500 straight NHL games from the start of his NHL career, Dec. 31 vs. SJ…made his 509th consecutive appearance on Jan. 18 @ STL, surpassing Murray Murdoch (1926-27 to 1936-37) for sole possession of fourth on the five-player list…collected his career-tying fifth GWG of the season in a 3-2 victory, Mar. 26 @ CGY…appeared in his 200th game as a Duck, Mar. 20 @ SJ…reached the 20-goal plateau for the first time in his career, Mar. 12 @ CGY…reached single season career highs with his 19th goal and third SHG in a 5-3 victory, Mar. 2 vs. CAR…his 100th career NHL goal (1-0=1) came in a 3-0 victory, Jan. 25 @ LA…scored his second SHG of the season (seventh career), Jan. 7 vs. BOS…matched career highs in points and assists (0-3=3) in a 5-2 win, Dec. 17 @ DET…tied a personal best with six shots on net in a 1-0 OT victory, Nov. 22 vs. TB…posted a career-high four-game goal streak (4-0=4), Nov. 6-12…notched his 200th career NHL point (goal) in a 3-2 win, Oct. 29 @ PHI…2012-13: Appeared in his sixth NHL season, his second with Anaheim…made his Stanley Cup Playoff debut in 2013, earning an assist with four PIM in seven CQF games vs. DET…earned his first career postseason point (assist) in Game 4 of the CQF, May 6 @ DET…collected 13-10=23 points with a career-high +14 rating in 48 games…ranked third on the club in goals (13) and tied for third in plus/minus...among league leaders, ranked tied for third in road plus/minus (+16)…his .27 goals-per-game average was the best of his career…was one of three Anaheim players to appear in all 48 regular season games…recorded his second career hat trick (3-0=3), Mar. 2 @ PHX…was one of two Ducks to record a SHG (fourth career) in 2012-13, Mar. 10 vs. STL…was named Anaheim's nominee for the Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy by the PHWA…2011-12: Appeared in his fifth NHL season, his first with Anaheim…scored 13-13=26 points with 15 PIM in 82 games, one of six Anaheim players to appear in all 82 contests…had his highest goal-output (13) since the 2008-09 season (18)…recorded his first career hat trick with a career-tying +3 rating, Jan. 31 @ PHX…scored all three goals in a span of 6:51 of the second period, representing the second-fastest hat trick scored in club history...marked the fourth time in franchise history a Ducks player scored three goals in a single period…appeared in his 400th NHL game, Mar. 16 vs. LA…recorded his 100th career assist, Feb. 17 @ NJ…posted a career-tying four-game point streak (3-2=5), Nov. 17-25…collected his first assist and second point as a Duck, Oct. 25 @ CHI…earned his first goal as a Duck in Anaheim's 2-1 win, Oct. 8 vs. NYR (Stockholm)…made his Anaheim debut at the 2011 NHL Premiere in Helsinki, Finland, Oct. 7 @ BUF…2010-11: Appeared in his fourth NHL season with Edmonton, recording 11-24=35 points with 64 PIM in 82 games…was the only Oiler to appear in all 82 contests…among team leaders, ranked first in faceoff wins (461) and shorthanded points (3)…also ranked fifth in assists and third in GWG (3)…logged a career-high 23:47 TOI, Apr. 8 vs. MIN…appeared in his 300th career NHL game, Feb. 9 vs. CHI…recorded a career-high 17 PIM, Nov. 19 vs. PHX…2009-10: Appeared in all 82 games (one of three Oilers to do so), collecting 10-18=28 points with 31 PIM...had five multi-point games...recorded 15 of his 28 points (5-10=15, 21 games) in the last two months of the season (Mar. 2-Apr. 11)…appeared in his 200th career NHL game, Dec. 21 vs. STL...scored 1-1=2 points, including the 100th point of his career (assist), Mar. 13 @ TOR…2008-09: Appeared in all 82 games for his second consecutive year while collecting 18-20=38 points with 22 PIM…played his 100th career NHL game, Nov. 17 @ DET…had back-to-back multiple-point games, scoring 1-1=2 in each contest: Dec. 3 vs. DAL and Dec. 5 @ LA…matched his career high with three assists (0-3=3), Jan. 18 vs. PHX…won the Fastest Skater competition at the NHL SuperSkills (Jan. 24 in Montreal) in 14.31 seconds…scored his 18th goal of the season to tie his single-season career high set as a rookie, Mar. 31 vs. ANA…2007-08: Scored 18-27=45 points with 20 PIM in his rookie season…was co-winner of the Top First Year Oiler Award with Sam Gagner…finished fifth on the Oilers scoring list and was sixth among NHL rookies…led all NHL rookies in SHG (2), shorthanded points (3) and shooting percentage (18.4)…also ranked sixth in points (45), fourth in goals (18) and eighth in assists (27)…became the first player in NHL history to score the GWG in OT in three consecutive games, netting the deciding goal in Edmonton’s 2-1 OT win, Mar. 7 @ CBJ; a 6-5 OT win, Mar. 9 @ CHI; and a 4-3 OT win, Mar. 11 vs. STL…with his three OT goals, tied the NHL record for most OT goals in a season by an NHL rookie…led the Oilers in GWG with five, three coming in overtime…made his NHL debut in the season opener, Oct. 4 vs. SJ, scoring his first career NHL point with an assist…scored his first career goal, Oct. 8 vs. DET (Hasek)…signed a three-year entry-level contract, May 2, 2007…Miscellaneous: Represented Canada at the 2006 and 2007 IIHF World Junior Championships, capturing the gold medal at both events…played two seasons with the University of Michigan (CCHA) from 2005-07…scored 36-42=78 points with 50 PIM in 77 games with the Wolverines…ranked eighth in NCAA in points and seventh in goals…named to CCHA All-Rookie team in 2005-06 and was All-CCHA honorable mention in 2006-07.

Personal: Spends the offseason in his hometown of Woodbridge, Ontario…resides in Newport Beach during the hockey season…his older brother, Matthew, is a teacher in his hometown of Woodbridge…lists his greatest hockey accomplishments as representing his country and winning two World Junior Championships…says Joe Sakic was his favorite player growing up…lists City and Colour, The Lumineers, Bob Dylan, Fleetwood Mac and Needtobreathe as his favorite artists…The Cannery in Newport Beach is his favorite local restaurant…his top shows are “Sons of Anarchy,” “Homeland” and “Suits.”




1 z - DAL 82 50 23 9 267 230 109
2 x - STL 82 49 24 9 224 201 107
3 x - CHI 82 47 26 9 235 209 103
4 y - ANA 82 46 25 11 218 192 103
5 x - LAK 82 48 28 6 225 195 102
6 x - SJS 82 46 30 6 241 210 98
7 x - NSH 82 41 27 14 228 215 96
8 x - MIN 82 38 33 11 216 206 87
9 COL 82 39 39 4 216 240 82
10 ARI 82 35 39 8 209 245 78
11 WPG 82 35 39 8 215 239 78
12 CGY 82 35 40 7 231 260 77
13 VAN 82 31 38 13 191 243 75
14 EDM 82 31 43 8 203 245 70


R. Getzlaf 77 13 50 14 63
C. Perry 82 34 28 2 62
R. Kesler 79 21 32 5 53
R. Rakell 72 20 23 -1 43
J. Silfverberg 82 20 19 8 39
S. Vatanen 71 9 29 8 38
A. Cogliano 82 9 23 2 32
H. Lindholm 80 10 18 7 28
C. Fowler 69 5 23 -8 28
C. Stewart 56 8 12 2 20
F. Andersen 22 9 7 .919 2.30
J. Gibson 21 13 4 .920 2.07

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