Cogliano (lower-body) is questionable to play on Wednesday.
Cogliano left Monday's game with a lower-body injury and did not return. The veteran winger was not on the ice for Tuesday's practice and is officially questionable to play vs. the Maple Leafs. If Cogliano can't play, the Stars will dress seven defensemen.
Cogliano is questionable for Thursday due to a lower-body injury.
Cogliano left Wednesday's game with a lower-body injury and did not return. Dallas recalled Rhett Gardner from Texas (AHL) this morning, which puts Coglaino's status in doubt.
Cogliano (upper-body) is doubtful to play on Tuesday.
Cogliano is expected to miss his third straight game with an upper-body injury, but he practiced on Monday and is expected to return to the lineup on Thursday. The 31-year-old has just three points (1G / 2A) in 17 games since being acquired by the Stars.
The Stars have acquired Andrew Cogliano from the Ducks for Devin Shore.
Cogliano, 31, has been a consistent albeit unspectacular producer of the years but has just 11 points (3G / 8A) in 46 games this season. Cogliano has three years left on a deal that carries a $3.25M cap-hit. He will likely replace Shore in the Stars bottom-6.
Cogliano was suspended for two games for interference on Adrian Kempe.
This is a tough way for Cogliano’s ironman streak to come to an end. After 830 consecutive games, Cogliano will miss Monday’s game against the Avalanche. Cogliano is eligible to play Friday vs. the Kings.
The Ducks have signed Andrew Cogliano to a three-year contract extension worth $9.75M ($3.25M AAV).
The Ducks have signed pending unrestricted free-agent to a four-year deal worth $12 million US.
Cogliano is in his seventh NHL season and third with the Ducks. He is having a career year having posted 14 goals and 11 assists (25 points) in 43 games. His career is 45 points (18G / 27A) that he recorded in his rookie season back in 2007-08. Cogliano is signed through the 2017-18 season.
Ducks lines are 7-11-8
Cogliano moves up to the second line during today's practice. He has 12 goals and 25 points in 76 games.
Fourth line is Beleskey-Cogliano-Hagman.
Cogliano moves down to the fourth line. Through 74 games with the Ducks, he scored 12 goals and 25 points.
Cogliano is moved back to center. He has 12 goals and 24 points in 64 games.
Cogliano moves down to the third line as coach Bruce Boudreau tries to find the right fit for all of his forwards. He has six goals through 10 points through his first 33 games as a member of the Ducks.
Ryan centered Cogliano & Selanne.
Cogliano has six goals and 10 points while shuffling between the second and third line. He may pick up his slack on a legitimate scoring line.
Cogliano moves to the third line as the team tries to spread out its offense. The former 25th overall pick has five goals and nine points in his first 24 games with the Ducks.
Cogliano has some "bumps and bruises" according to Carlyle. Told later that he's expected to go vs. TOR.
Cogliano missed today's practice but is expected to stay in the lineup against the Leafs tomorrow. The former 25th overall pick has five goals and nine points through his first 22 games as a Duck.
Cogliano on left wing with Koivu and Selanne.
Cogliano provides solid, two-way play but only registered a goal and two points over 11 games.
Andrew Cogliano, who was tried out in Blake’s spot early in training camp, is expected to grab the veteran’s spot on the second power-play unit.
Look for Cogliano on the second PP unit. WIth 24 career PP, he could do some damage with some talented linemates like Saku Koivu and Bobby Ryan.
With three exhibition games remaining including Wednesday night’s home affair with the Vancouver Canucks, Ducks coach Randy Carlyle has essentially made Cogliano his third-line center coming out of training camp.
Cogliano looked more comfortable down the middle over the course of his career. Last year he struggled when moved to the wing but still scored 11 goals and 35 points. He can certainly come near 20 goals over a full season if given the opportunity.
The Ducks and newly-acquired center Andrew Cogliano will avoid arbitration after agreeing Tuesday on a three-year contract worth $7.17 million, according to a report.
Andrew Cogliano traded to the Anaheim Ducks in exchange for a 2013 second round pick
What started off as a promising career in Edmonton has ended with a whimper for Cogliano. Inconsistency and erratic ice time plagued the pivot during his time in Edmonton. It remains to be seen how the Ducks will use him, but there is some fantasy potential here in deeper leagues.