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Cogliano, Perry Reach Milestones vs. Dallas

by Staff Writer / Anaheim Ducks

With tonight’s appearance, Andrew Cogliano became the second player in NHL history to appear in 700 consecutive games to start his NHL career. Only one player has played more consecutive games to start his career; Doug Jarvis is the NHL's all-time leader with 964 consecutive games from 1975-88. Cogliano is one of six players in NHL history to have a consecutive games streak of 600 or more. The only other in the last 20 years was Jay Bouwmeester (737). Cogliano became Anaheim's all-time leader in consecutive games played with his 277th straight game as a Duck on Mar. 3, 2015 at Arizona, surpassing Andy McDonald (276).
 
In addition, Corey Perry tonight became the second Duck in franchise history to appear in 800 career games. Perry, who has spent his entire NHL career with the Ducks, will join Teemu Selanne (966) as the only two players to reach the 800-game milestone with Anaheim. Along with ranking second among franchise leaders in games played, Perry is also second in goals (328), game-winning goals (58), third in power-play goals (91), and fourth in scoring (328-331=659) and assists.  Perry is also the ninth player from his 2003 draft class to reach 800 games, joining Eric Staal (925), Dustin Brown (880), Brent Seabrook (840), Ryan Suter (828), Dion Phaneuf (821), Thomas Vanek (817), Patrice Bergeron and Ryan Kesler (811).

(RK) PLAYER DATE RANGE CONSECUTIVE GAMES
1. Doug Jarvis (MTL/WSH/HFD) Oct. 8, 1975 - Oct. 10, 1987 964
2. Garry Unger (TOR/DET/STL/ATL) Feb. 24, 1968 - Dec. 21, 1979 914
3. Steve Larmer (CHI) Oct. 6, 1982 - Apr. 15, 1993 884
4. Craig Ramsey (BUF) Mar. 27, 1973 - Feb. 10, 1983 776
5. Jay Bouwmeester (FLA/CGY/STL) Mar. 6, 2004 - Nov. 22, 2014 737
6. Andrew Cogliano (EDM/ANA) Oct. 4, 2007 - present 700
7. Henrik Sedin (VAN) Mar. 21, 2004 - Jan. 18, 2014 679

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