25. Andrew Cogliano

Andrew Cogliano played for the Ducks for eight seasons, and while you would never slap the title of a superstar on Cogliano, you could state that he was a dependable character player throughout his tenure in Anaheim.

Cogliano was traded from Edmonton after four seasons there, and he would settle into a lower-line role and on the penalty kill.  Cogliano never had a year over 42 Points (2013-14) for Anaheim, but he was an ironman for the team, and he rarely had costly penalties.  Traded to Dallas in the winter of 2019, Cogliano scored 233 Points with a +61 for the Ducks.

The Bullet Points

  • Position: Left Wing
  • Acquired: Traded from the Edmonton Oilers for Anaheim’s 2013 2nd Round Pick (which would be Marc-Olivier Roy) 7/12/11.
  • Departed: Traded to the Dallas Stars for Devin Shore 1/14/19.
  • Games Played: 584
  • Notable Statistics:

    102 Goals
    131 Assists 
    233 Points 
    170 PIM 
    0.40 PPG 
    +61 Plus/Minus 
    25.0 Point Shares 
    25 Points in 64 Playoff Games

  • Major Accolades and Awards: None
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