Kukla's Korner Hockey
by Alanah McGinley on 10/09/07 at 07:30 PM ET
From Kevin Dupont at MSNBC,
We’re a long way from that end-of-season balloting for the Calder Trophy. No telling which child shall lead them all at this point. But here are 10 names to watch as the weeks unfold:
1) Andrew Cogliano, Edmonton, C. —The 25th pick overall in the 2005 draft, Cogliano played college hockey last season at Michigan, and picked up 28 points in 39 games. He is a bit small (5-10/185), but his speed and skill level, combined with the Oil’s dire need for offense, won him a roster spot. He led all rookies in scoring (1-2—3) through the first weekend.
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