Ducks ironman Andrew Cogliano gets 3-year contract extension
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ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) Durable forward Andrew Cogliano has agreed to a $9.75 million, three-year contract extension through the 2020-21 season with the Anaheim Ducks.
The Ducks announced the deal Friday.
Cogliano hasn't missed a game in his entire 11-season NHL career. The speedy two-way forward has played in 829 consecutive games for the Edmonton Oilers and the Ducks, who acquired him in 2011.
His ironman streak is the fourth-longest in NHL history and the longest active streak in the league. Including playoffs, Cogliano has appeared in 889 straight games, the second-longest streak to start a career in NHL history.
Cogliano is a standout penalty-killer with 17 career short-handed goals. He has 149 goals and 202 assists in his career, including five goals and 13 assists this season.
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Updated January 12, 2018