Anaheim Ducks Re-sign Forward Andrew Cogliano to Four-Year, $12 Million Deal


The Anaheim Ducks locked up two pillars of their franchise last season by re-signing superstar forwards Ryan Getzlaf and Corey Perry to similar eight-year contracts.

The next item on general manager Bob Murray‘s to-do list was to re-sign his second-tier forwards to ensure the club has an adequate amount of scoring depth, and that process continued on Saturday when Anaheim announced it had re-signed forward Andrew Cogliano to a four-year, $12 million deal. He’s currently in the final year of a contract that carries a $2.39 million salary cap hit.

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Cogliano has tallied 25 points (13 goals, 12 assists) in 43 games this season, which puts him on pace to beat his career high in scoring (45 points).

The 26-year-old center is able to fill a role on the second or third line, in addition to his fine work on the penalty kill. Cogliano is also one of the most durable players in the NHL — he’s never missed a game in his seven-year career.

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