Cogliano has been very durable for the Ducks in recent years, as he saw his 830-game streak of games played snapped by a two-game suspension this past season. He has not missed a game due to injury in his NHL career. In 912 career games, he has 379 points with the Ducks and Edmonton Oilers, and he is signed through the 2021 season. The addition of Cogliano is a $3.25 million cap hit for Dallas, who sits in third place in the Central Division.
The 24-year-old Shore is in his fourth NHL season, and has five goals and 12 assists over 42 games this season. In 209 career games, the forward has 29 goals and 53 assists, and has shown the ability to play center or wing on the ice. Anaheim and Dallas have both been up and down this season, with the Ducks starting strong, and the Stars getting hot as of late, and with that, both roller coaster seasons are far from over when it comes to the playoff race.