|3/3/2013 9:37:00 AM||Description: Anaheim center Andrew Bogliano netted a hat trick Saturday in an overtime loss to Phoenix.||Insight: Cogliano (eight goals, five assists) moved to +10 for the season by recording a +3 on Saturday. The hat trick was the second of Cogliano's career.|
|7/19/2011 5:07:00 PM||Description: The Anaheim Ducks have signed Andrew Cogliano to a three-year contract worth $7.17 million.
TSN||Insight: The Ducks acquired Cogliano from the Edmonton Oilers for a second-round pick earlier this month. He will likely be a second or third-line center for his new team.|
|7/12/2011 2:22:00 PM||Description: The Edmonton Oilers have traded Andrew Cogliano to the Anaheim Ducks for a second-round pick in 2013.
TSN||Insight: The Cogliano trade could signal that the Oilers are clearing a roster spot for first overall pick Ryan Nugent-Hopkins. As for Cogliano, he will likely assume a second or third-line role with the Ducks. Cogliano, who has not missed a game in four NHL seasons, scored 35 points (11g-24a) last season.|
|11/24/2010 1:30:00 AM||Description: Andrew Cogliano left Tuesday's game against Phoenix after taking a puck to his mouth.
Edmonton Journal||Insight: Cogliano was having a rough game already, as he was benched for ten minutes after a giveaway in his own zone led to a Wojtek Wolski goal. He also took a delay of game penalty for clearing the puck into the stands, leading to a Lee Stempniak power-play goal. Just another brutal game in a brutal season for Cogliano, who has just four points (1g-3a) and a (-11) in 20 games.|
|9/10/2010 9:05:00 PM||Description: Oilers ink Andrew Cogliano to a one-year, $1 million deal. ||Insight: Cogliano is not expected to start, so his fantasy value will be limited this year. (RapidDraft.com)|
|9/10/2010 8:26:00 PM||Description: The Edmonton Oilers have re-signed forward Andrew Cogliano to a one-year contract worth $1 million.
TSN||Insight: Cogliano recorded 28 points (10g-18a) last season, which was his second consecutive season of declining point totals. Those numbers should result in a spot no higher than the second line for the three-year NHL pro, who has never missed a game during that span.|