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Avalanche's Andrew Cogliano: Nearing return

Cogliano (upper body) should be available for Colorado's Round 2 series. The Avalanche are the only team to sweep their first-round series, so they're waiting to see their Round 2 opponent. It's unclear how close Cogliano is to returning, but with some extra time off, he could be an option once the next series begins.
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Avalanche's Andrew Cogliano: Out Monday

Cogliano (upper body) will not play Monday against the Predators, Peter Baugh of The Athletic reports. Cogliano will miss his third straight game Monday, and it's unclear when the team expects him to be available. He scored a goal and logged 4:38 of ice time in his lone postseason appearance.
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Andrew Cogliano out for Game 2

Just as we feared, Andrew Cogliano, who played so well in Game 1 against Nashville Tuesday night, will miss Game 2 with an upper-body injury. Colorado Avalanche coach Jared Bednar made the pronouncement this morning. Bednar would not tip his hand as to who will replace Cogs in the lineup, but it’s obviously likely to be either Alex Newhook, Kurtis MacDermid or Logan O’Connor.
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Avalanche's Andrew Cogliano: Unavailable for Game 2

Cogliano (upper body) won't be in the lineup for Thursday's Game 2 against the Predators, Marc Moser of Altitude Sports 950 reports. With Coglinao on the shelf, look for Logan O'Connor, Alex Newhook or Ben Meyers to draw into the lineup against Nashville. At this point it isn't clear how long Cogliano will be sidelined with his upper-body issue.
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Avalanche's Andrew Cogliano: Considered day-to-day

Cogliano (upper body) is considered day-to-day, Adrian Dater of ColoradoHockeyNow.com reports. At this point it isn't clear if Cogliano, who scored a goal in just 4:38 of ice time in Tuesday's Game 1 win over Nashville, will be available for Game 2 against the Predators. Check back for confirmation on Cogliano's status prior to puck drop Thursday night.
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Avalanche's Andrew Cogliano: Suffers upper-body injury

Cogliano (upper body) won't return to Tuesday's Game 1 versus the Predators, Peter Baugh of The Athletic reports. Cogliano left the game once, but he was able to come back before being ruled out. Given the lopsided nature of the contest, it's possible this is more of a precautionary move -- the Avalanche should have more information on his status prior to Thursday's Game 2. Cogliano scored a shorthanded goal prior to his exit.
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Avalanche's Andrew Cogliano: Ready to rock

Cogliano (undisclosed) is set to play Wednesday versus the Kraken. Cogliano will only end up missing one game with the undisclosed injury that kept him sidelined Monday versus the Capitals. The 34-year-old will play in a fourth-line role, bumping Nicolas Aube-Kubel from the lineup.
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Avalanche's Andrew Cogliano: Dealing with undisclosed injury

Cogliano suffered an undisclosed injury that will sideline him versus Washington on Monday, Peter Baugh of The Athletic reports. Coligiano hasn't scored a goal in 29 consecutive contests and is stuck in a 10-game point drought, so few fantasy players should be impacted by his absence. In Cogliano's stead, Darren Helm will step into the lineup against the Caps in a fourth-line role.
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Avalanche's Andrew Cogliano: Grabs helper in win

Cogliano notched an assist and two shots on goal in Friday's 6-3 win over the Flyers. Cogliano needed just two games to earn his first point with the Avalanche. He set up a Kurtis MacDermid tally in the second period. Given the depth of the Avalanche's offense, Cogliano has played on the fourth line after he was traded from the Sharks on Monday. The 34-year-old has 16 points, 61 shots on net, 83 hits and a minus-15 rating through 58 outings this season.
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Joining Avalanche “great opportunity” for newcomer Andrew Cogliano

Nine hours before his 1,123rd career regular season game, new Avalanche wing Andrew Cogliano was the first skater on the Ball Arena ice Wednesday, perhaps a signal of his excitement about joining a Stanley Cup contender, his usual routine or both. It’s hard to blame Cogliano; his former team, San...
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