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Broken streak couldn't break Cogliano's spirit

ANAHEIM, Calif._Anaheim Ducks winger Andrew Cogliano took the end of his streak of 830 consecutive games played with a quiet grace and a few tears, not out of self-pity but of remorse for having committed an offense he didn't intend and for letting his teammates down.

Suspended two games by the league for a late, high hit on Los Angeles Kings forward Adrian Kempe last week, Cogliano became a spectator for the first time in his NHL career. When he returned on Friday, the Ducks played a video

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