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Andrew Cogliano

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  • Corey Perry to sit out Sharks' game tonight

    Corey Perry to sit out Sharks' game tonight
    Better safe than sorry will remain the plan with sidelined Ducks players Corey Perry and Francois Beauchemin. Anaheim Coach Bruce Boudreau said after the first-place team’s Monday morning skate that he’ll keep Perry and Beauchemin on the...
  • What we learned from the Ducks' 2-1 overtime victory over Canucks

    What we learned from the Ducks' 2-1 overtime victory over Canucks
    They’ve gotten to this point as the NHL’s points leader by effectively shelving frustration, like those two Andrew Cogliano shots that struck the iron behind Vancouver Canucks goalie Ryan MillerĀ on Sunday night. Building upon the faith to...
  • Ducks defeat Canucks in overtime, 2-1

    Ducks defeat Canucks in overtime, 2-1
    Cam Fowler didn't know a backward pass was coming his way and wasn't even immediately aware that he scored the winning goal Sunday. But the mob rushing him with big smiles told him all he needed to know — that a signature defensive performance...
  • Ducks' win streak ends at seven with 6-2 loss to Maple Leafs

    Ducks' win streak ends at seven with 6-2 loss to Maple Leafs
    Missed opportunities, a battle-weary goalie and a final assault by nemesis Phil Kessel steamrollered the Ducks and their seven-game winning streak Tuesday night. The Toronto Maple Leafs, on a 10-1-1 run of their own, leaned on a 40-save effort by former...
  • Ryan Getzlaf, Ryan Kesler help Ducks skate past adversity

     Ryan Getzlaf, Ryan Kesler help Ducks skate past adversity
    It isn't about who's missing for the Ducks, it's about who's showing up. This season, because of several illnesses and injuries, many players have not always been able to take to the ice. So why have the Ducks been able to remain the NHL points leaders?...
  • Ducks beat Philadelphia shootout, 5-4, after late lead gets away

     Ducks beat Philadelphia shootout, 5-4, after late lead gets away
    Corey Perry's scoring touch, hidden throughout a game that threatened to slip away Wednesday, emerged when it mattered most. Perry's shootout goal to the left of Flyers goalie Steve Mason was followed by Anaheim goalie Frederik Andersen's stopping a...
  • Ducks' Corey Perry doesn't believe his knee injury is serious

    Ducks' Corey Perry doesn't believe his knee injury is serious
    Ducks right wing Corey Perry said Saturday he expect it will “take a little bit of time” for his injured left knee to heal but said he doesn’t think it will be a long-term problem. Perry was injured during the first period of the...
  • Ducks' Corey Perry's knee injury has a domino effect

    Ducks' Corey Perry's knee injury has a domino effect
    Right wing Corey Perry said he doesn't believe his left knee was severely injured as the result of a hip check he absorbed from Minnesota's Keith Ballard on Friday, but he expects it will "take a little bit of time" to mend. "It's all right. A little...
  • Ducks confirm Dany Heatley needed surgery to heal

    Ducks confirm Dany Heatley needed surgery to heal
    The preseason groin injury suffered by Ducks forward Dany Heatley required more than rest to heal. Ducks Coach Bruce Boudreau told The Times on Wednesday that Heatley underwent a surgical procedure, in mid- to late November, after trying to return to...
  • Ducks see no silver lining in 6-2 loss to Panthers

    Ducks see no silver lining in 6-2 loss to Panthers
    Well at least the game didn’t go to overtime. That’s probably the best thing that can be said about the Ducks’ embarrassing 6-2 loss to the Florida Panthers on Sunday at Honda Center. Because even after welcoming leading scorer Corey...
  • Ducks beat Canucks, 4-3, in shootout amid boos for Ryan Kesler

    Ducks beat Canucks, 4-3, in shootout amid boos for Ryan Kesler
    This was such a nice love-in with No. 17. Except that it was with current Canucks forward Radim Vrbata, not former Vancouver center and Anaheim Duck Ryan Kesler. When 17s collide. The new-kid-in-town, Vrbata, who signed as a free agent in the...