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Cogliano scored a goal in the Ducks' 4-3 win over the Blues on Friday.

Cogliano now has five goals on the season. He's a speedy player who forechecks well but doesn't provide a lot of offense. He has little fantasy value.

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Cogliano netted his second shorthanded goal of the season in Saturday's win over the Jets.

While Cogliano churned out a productive evening against the Jets (four shots, two hits in 12:03 of ice time), he's largely been a disappointment in the first season of the four-year, $12 million extension he inked last January. After scoring 42 points in 2013-14, he's on pace to meet about half that total this season.

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Cogliano scored his second goal of the season in the team's 6-2 loss to the Panthers on Sunday.

After scoring a career-high 21 goals last year, it's disappointing to see Cogliano sitting at just a pair midway through November. Fantasy owners can only hope his marker Sunday is the start of better days for him.

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Cogliano bagged his first goal of the season in Friday's win over the Wild.

Cogliano's shorthanded tally tied the game at one apiece, before Corey Perry scored the game-winner approximately seven and a half minutes later. In addition, Cogliano's goal denied the Wild's bid to become the second team in NHL history to open the season with three consecutive shutouts. However, with just one point and a neutral rating through five games, Cogliano will need to start picking up the pace offensively if he hopes to match last season's 42-point outburst.

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The Anaheim Ducks are looking to avoid a repeat of their Game 7 loss to the Detroit Red Wings in 2013.

The Ducks will play against the Kings Friday night in the final game of their second round series. "The feeling is different now," Andrew Cogliano said. "There's no reason to be nervous. We've laid it all on the line this year. We've come back from 2-0 in this series ... To have one game to go to the conference finals is special; guys want to take advantage of it." If Anaheim wins, it will make its first trip to the Western Conference Final since 2007.

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Andrew Cogliano, often quoted by Anaheim hockey reporters, says it makes no difference to his team whether coach Bruce Boudreau starts Frederik Andersen, Jonas Hiller or John Gibson in net.

"I don't think it's that big of a deal for the team, to be honest," Ducks winger Andrew Cogliano said. "I think it's obviously something to talk about in the media. It's something that is a hot topic with the fans and this and that. But with our team, I can honestly say a lot of guys don't think about it. We feel like we have good goalies in the system."

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Andrew Cogliano's game-winning goal in the Anaheim Ducks' 3-2 playoff win Friday night came while his team was shorthanded.

The Ducks had 10 shorthanded goals in the regular season season, three by Cogliano."Usually it's a mistake by the other team," said Cogliano, and his goal Friday, giving the Ducks a 2-0 lead in their first-round playoff series against the Dallas Stars, did indeed come on a mistake - a giveaway by Sergei Gonchar. "It's anticipation, but it's also hunger," Cogliano added. The Ducks' other two goals Friday - both at even strength -- also came on giveaways, one scored by Corey Perry and the other by Chris Getzlaf. "Every team makes mistakes, but what separates Ryan Getzlaf and Corey Perry is that they convert them," Cogliano said.

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Andrew Cogliano scored the game-winner with 5:19 left in regulation to lift Anaheim to a 3-2 win against the Calgary Flames at Scotiabank Saddledome Wednesday.

Cogliano now has 21 goals and 15 assists with plus-16 rating in 72 games this season. Nick Bonino and Mathieu Perreault also scored for the Ducks, while defenseman Sami Vatanen added two helpers in the victory.

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The Anaheim Ducks are slumping woefully, having lost four consecutive games, including one by the mind-boggling score of 7-2 to the flickering Flames in Calgary Wednesday night.

The Ducks' quest for the franchise's first Presidents' Trophy is in danger. The St. Louis Blues have passed them and their once-safe once-safe division lead over the San Jose Sharks has shrunk to two points. "To a man, it's absolutely embarrassing losing 7-2," Ducks forward Andrew Cogliano said. "At the end of the day, our whole team, every man, should be embarrassed." Anaheim's road trip continues on Friday night against the Colorado Avalanche at Pepsi Center. The Avs moved into third place in the conference and second in the Central Division after a 3-2 victory over Chicago on Wednesday night."We have to be better, simply because [Colorado] already beat us 6-1 [in the season opener]," said Cogliano. "They're playing very good hockey."

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Andrew Cogliano does not think that it is so bad that St. Louis has taken over first place in the West and that San Jose is pushing them in the Pacific division.

The Ducks have been leading the way all season until this past weekend as far as the points race in the NHL is concerned but more importantly, the Sharks are only four points back in the Pacific. The Ducks ran away with their divisional title last season and it made it hard for Anaheim to play in the playoffs. "I think it gets the best out of guys," Cogliano said. "I think it gets more guys in playoff atmosphere because you're fighting for something. You're fighting for first place. You're fighting to put yourself in good position. I feel there's a totally different feel from last year. I think last year this team coasted a bit and knew where we were going. But this year is different."