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Catching Up With ... Andrew Cogliano

by Staff Writer / Anaheim Ducks

As we get closer to the start of the 2013-14 season, we've exchanged emails with assorted Ducks, asking about their summers and other personal info. Our latest subject:

Andrew Cogliano

Nickname
"Cogs"

Your favorite NHL player(s) growing up
Joe Sakic, Paul Kariya and Sergei Federov

Favorite hockey moment of your career
Winning two World Junior Championships with Team Canada and playing in my first playoffs last season with the Ducks

Do you have any pregame superstitions or routines?
Nothing too crazy. I just have the same warm-up routine every game

Your favorite TV shows
Sons of Anarchy, Homeland and Suits

Your favorite movies
Gangs of New York, Chasing Mavericks, Old School, Training Day

Your favorite bands
The Lumineers, City and Colour, Needtobreathe, CCR, Bob Dylan and Fleetwood Mac

A band or artist on your iPod you're ashamed of
Miley Cyrus

Your celebrity crush
Kate Beckinsale

Your favorite food
Organic ribeye steak

Strangest thing you've been asked to autograph
A baby

The best perk of being a pro athlete
Getting the opportunity to travel and see great cities

Where did you spend most of your summer?
Spent most of my summer in Vancouver, BC training and also my hometown of Woodbridge, Ontario.

What else did you do this summer?
It was a pretty low-key summer, but I was in Tofino, BC a few times surfing with my girlfriend and friends. Very cool little surfing town off the coast of British Columbia and one of my favourite places to travel to.

Any movies you saw this summer you liked?
Haven't made it to the movie theatre this summer unfortunately, but I'm sure I’ll get a few movies in on the road this year

Any music you've gotten into to or concerts you attended this summer?
I like a lot of classic bands. Really got into Fleetwood Mac the last few years and they have become one of my favourite bands. I also like listening to Bob Marley a lot. It’s very relaxing music, especially in the summer


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