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Andrew Cogliano
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Andrew Cogliano  #7

Anaheim Ducks  Left Wing
NUMBER: 7 BIRTHDATE: June 14, 1987  (AGE 27)
HEIGHT: 5' 10" BIRTHPLACE: Toronto, ON, Canada
WEIGHT: 184 DRAFTED: EDM / 2005 NHL Entry Draft
Shoots: Left ROUND: 1st   (25th overall)
2014-15 Regular Season Last Game: Scoreless on one shot with a +1 rating in 15:23 TOI, Mar. 1 @ DAL...had three takeaways, one hit and one blocked shot - Is tied with Andy McDonald for the franchise's consecutive games played streak (276) - Has 4-2=6 points with a +5 rating in his last eight games - Has not missed a game since his NHL debut with Edmonton on Oct. 4, 2007, leading the NHL's active Ironman list (604 games)...became the active leader on Nov. 23 vs. Arizona...only two players have played more consecutive games to start their careers, including Doug Jarvis (the NHL's all-time Ironman overall with 964 consecutive games from 1975-88) and Andy Hebenton (second with 630 consecutive games from 1955-64)...became the eighth player in NHL history to have a consecutive game streak of 600 games or more - Ranks fourth among franchise all-time leaders in SHG (7) PPG - 2014-15: 0; Career: 8 SHG - 2014-15: 2; Career: 10 OT Goals - 2014-15: 0; Career: 3 SO Goals - 2014-15: 0-for-0
CCHA All-Rookie Team (2006) Traded to Anaheim by Edmonton for Anaheim's 2nd round choice (Marc-Olivier Roy) in 2013 Entry Draft, July 12, 2011. Signed as a free agent by Klagenfurt (Austria), November 17, 2012.
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I watched many times this year the series between the Russians and Canada in 1972, and he was a dominating player there. After I watched the tapes, I respect him a lot more because he turned the series around. He was the guy. In that time, he was the best in the world. It’s a big honor for me to tie him.

— Panthers forward Jaromir Jagr on scoring the 717th goal of his career to tie Phil Esposito for fifth on the NHL's all-time goals list after a 4-3 win vs. the Lightning on Sunday
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