Edmonton Oilers
Anaheim Ducks
Andrew Cogliano
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AndrewCogliano
POSITION: Centre
HEIGHT: 5' 10"
SHOOTS: Left
WEIGHT: 184
BIRTHDATE: 14/06/1987
AGE: 27
BIRTHPLACE: Toronto, ON, CAN
DRAFTED: EDM: 2005-25 overall
Last Game: Apr. 11/09 @ Calgary (0-1-1, 0 PIM, -2, 13:03)
Career Oilers/NHL Stats: 164 GP 36-47-83 42 PIM
Career Hat Tricks: 0 Career Penalty Shots: 0
Season Highs: Goals - 1, 18x, Last - Mar. 31 vs ANA; Assists - 3, Jan. 18 vs PHO, Last - Apr.11 @ CGY; Points - 3, Jan. 18 vs PHO; PIM - 4, 2x, Last - Feb. 14 at LAK
Multiple Games: Goals - 0; Assists - 2; Points - 8
Shootout Goals-Attempts: 2008-09: 0-0; Career: 0-1
- Scored 18-20-38 with 22 PIM & is -6 in 82 GP.
- One of two Oilers to play in all 82 games this season (Tom Gilbert).
- Scored his 18th goal of the season vs ANA (Mar. 31) to tie his single-season career-high set last season as a rookie.
- Had a two-game scoring streak (1-1-2; Mar. 7-10) ended vs ATL (Mar. 12).
- Scored GWG in 2 of Oilers last 6 home wins (Feb. 11 vs MTL & Feb. 24 vs TBL).
- 3 of his last 7 goals have been GWG (Feb. 24 vs TBL, Feb. 11 vs MTL & Jan. 5 vs NYI).
- Scored three assists vs PHO (Jan. 18) for his 5th mulitple point game to establish single-game career-highs in both assists and points.
- Had four-game scoring streak (2-2-4; Jan. 3-9) ended vs STL (Jan. 11).
- The career-high streak saw him score goals vs DAL (Jan. 3; GWG) & vs NYI (Jan. 5) & assists vs VAN (Jan. 7) & vs SJ (Jan. 9).
- Had back-to-back multiple point games with 1-1-2 vs DAL (Dec. 3) & at LAK (Dec. 5).
- Played his 100th career Oilers/NHL game at Detroit (Nov. 17).
- Won the Fastest Skater competition at the NHL SuperSkills (Jan. 24 at Montreal) with a time of 14.31 seconds. Was scoreless in the NHL YoungStars Game.
2009-10 HIGHLIGHTS: Appeared in all 82 games (one of three Oilers to do so) collecting 28 points (10G, 18A), -5 and 31 PIM...had five multi-point games...15 of his 28 points came in March/April...collected two assists on Oct. 6 vs. DAL...scored a goal and added an assist on Oct. 12 @ NAS...scored his first goal in 10 games on Nov. 8 @ COL...scored his first goal in 18 games on Dec. 19 vs. WAS...played in his 200th career NHL game on Dec. 21 vs. STL...scored a goal on Mar. 11 @ MTL...posted a goal and an assist and was +2 on Mar. 13 @ TOR...had his second consecutive multipoint game with a goal and an assist as well as +2 on Mar. 19 vs. DET...had a goal and assist on Apr. 7 vs. COL

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS:

2009-09:
Appeared in all 82 games (Tom Gilbert was the only other Oiler to do so) while collecting 38 points (18G, 20A)…amassed 22 PIM and was a -6 on the year…finished 9th on the team in scoring…played his 100th career Oilers/NHL game at DET (Nov. 17)…had back-to-back multiple point games with 1-1-2 vs DAL (Dec. 3) & at LAK (Dec. 5)…scored three assists vs PHX (Jan. 18) for his 5th multiple point game to establish single-game career-highs in both assists and points…won the Fastest Skater competition at the NHL SuperSkills (Jan. 24 at MTL) with a time of 14.31 seconds…scored GWG in 2 of Oilers last 6 home wins (Feb. 11 vs MTL & Feb. 24 vs TBL)…scored his 18th goal of the season vs ANA (Mar. 31) to tie his single-season career-high set last season as a rookie…

2007-08:
One of five Oilers to skate in all 82 games, he scored 18-27-45 with 20 PIM & was +1 in 82 GP…scored points in 36 of 82 GP and was plus or even in 59 of 82 GP…was co-winner of the Top First Year Oiler Award with Sam Gagner…was 9th in voting for the Calder Trophy…finished 5th on Oilers scoring list & was 6th in NHL rookie scoring race…was among NHL rookie leaders in points (6th), goals (4th), assists (8th), SHG (1st with 2), shorthanded points (1st with 2-1-3), GWG (1st with 5), powerplay scoring (17th with 1-6-7) & shooting pct. (1st)…his18.4% shooting pct. Ranked him 4th in NHL…his 45 point season was the sixth most points scored by an Oilers rookie…fell two goals shy of becoming only the 5th rookie in Oilers history & the first since Jason Arnott (33 in 1993-94) to score 20-or-more goals in a season…became the first player in NHL history to score the game-winning goal in overtime in three consecutive games, netting the deciding goal in Edmonton’s 2-1 OT win at CBJ (Mar. 7), 6-5 OT win at CHI (Mar. 9) and the 4-3 OT win versus STL (Mar. 11)…with his three overtime goals Cogliano also tied the NHL record for most overtime goals in a season by an NHL rookie, sharing the mark with a pair of Pittsburgh Penguins - Ryan Malone (2003-04) and Sidney Crosby (2005-06)…the three overtime goals also established Oilers records for most overtime goals in a season and most overtime goals in a season by a rookie…he donated the stick and gloves he used in the record setting game vs STL (Mar. 11) to the Hockey Hall of Fame…it was the 2nd time that he sent a stick to the HHOF as he previously donated the stick he used to win the scoring title at the 2004 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge…had a three-game goal scoring streak (3-0-3; Mar. 7-11) to tie for the 2nd longest goal scoring streak of the season by an Oiler…registered nine multiple point games…led Oilers in GWG with five, with three coming in overtime…made Oilers/NHL debut in season opener vs SJ (Oct. 4), scoring 1st career Oilers/NHL point with an assist against the Sharks…beat Dominik Hasek for his 1st career Oilers/NHL goal at DET (Oct. 8)…assessed a hooking minor at MIN (Nov. 5) for 1st career Oilers/NHL PIM…signed to a three-year NHL entry level contract on May 2, 2007…

COLLEGE: Played two seasons with University of Michigan from 2005-06 to 2006-07…scored 36-42-78 with 50 PIM in 77 games with the Wolverines…ranked 8th in NCAA in points & 7th in goals…named to CCHA All-Rookie Team in 2005-06 & was All-CCHA honourable mention in 2006-07…

JUNIOR:
Led the OPJHL in scoring in 2004-05 with 36-66-102 in 49 GP for St. Michaels’…finalist for Canadian Junior A Player of the Year…was Rookie of the Year in South Division of OPJHL in 2003-04…

INTERNATIONAL:
Represented Canada at the 2006 & 2007 IIHF World Junior Championship, capturing the gold medal at both events…scored the gold medal winning goal for Canada’s National Under-18 team in 2004.