Colorado Avalanche
Colorado Avalanche
Andrew Agozzino
HEIGHT: 5' 10"
BIRTHDATE: 01/03/1991
AGE: 24
DRAFTED: undrafted
Signed to a ATO (amateur tryout) contract by Peoria (AHL), April 8, 2010. Signed as a free agent by Lake Erie (AHL), August 28, 2012. Signed as a free agent by Colorado, March 22, 2013.
2014-15: Led the Lake Erie Monsters in points (64), goals (30) and assists (34) while appearing in 74 games…His 30 goals set a franchise record and ranked fourth in the American Hockey League…Agozzino’s 64 points placed him seventh in the AHL scoring race…Only two Lake Erie players have ever had more points in a single year, Ben Walter (70) in 2010-11 and T.J. Hensick (70) in 2009-10…Led the AHL in scoring from the start of the New Year (Jan. 1, 2015) with 48 points (23g/25a) in 45 games…Has led the Monsters in points during each of his three professional seasons and is the franchise’s all-time scoring leader with 165 points (67g/98a) in 225 games…Is also Lake Erie’s all-time leader in goals, assists and power-play goals (20)…Was recalled by Colorado on Nov. 21 and made his NHL debut on Nov. 22 vs. Carolina, recording an assist for his first NHL point…Reassigned to Lake Erie on Nov. 23…Served as an alternate captain for the Monsters and led the club with 24 power-play points (7g/17a)…Shared the club lead with three short-handed goals and led the AHL with six short-handed points…Ranked third in the league in shots (252)…Was named the CCM/AHL Player of the Month for March…Recorded 21 points (8g/13a) in 13 games during the month, which included a franchise-record 12-game point streak from March 6-31…That 12-game run equaled the second-longest point streak in the AHL during the 2014-15 season…Tied a league high with a 10-game road point streak (8g/10a) from March 11-April 11…Became the Monsters’ all-time scoring leader (132 career points) with an assist on Feb. 28 vs. Iowa, surpassing Hensick’s old mark of 131…He then passed David Van Der Gulik for the top spot on Lake Erie’s all-time goals list with his first AHL hat trick and four-point performance (3g/1a) on March 29 in Charlotte.

2013-14: Held a share of Lake Erie’s scoring title by registering 49 points (17g/32a) in 75 games…He and Mark Olver both finished with 49 points but Agozzino technically won the team scoring title on the basis of more goals (17 to 15)…Ranked first on Lake Erie in goals (17), power-play goals (8) and shots (184) while playing in all but one game during the regular season.…Finished second on the team in assists (32)…Scored the first goal in a game seven times, which was the most on the team and tied for second in the league… Led the club with two short-handed assists…Finished second on the team with 20 power-play points (8g/12a).

2012-13: Led the Lake Erie Monsters in scoring with 52 points (20g/32a) in 76 games during his rookie campaign…Also paced the Monsters in assists (32) and plus/minus (+16) and finished second in goals (20)…His 52 points tied for second among all American Hockey League rookies…Was one of only two Lake Erie players to appear in every game…Ranked second on the squad with 183 shots.

2011-12: Was Niagara’s leading scorer with 88 points (40g/48a) in 67 games during his final Ontario Hockey League campaign…Also led the IceDogs in goals (40), power-play goals (13) and short-handed goals (7)…His seven SHG tied for second in the OHL, while his power-play and overall goals both ranked among the league’s top 10…Went on to record 18 points (11g/7a) in 20 playoff games as Niagara advanced to the OHL Championship series…Agozzino’s 11 postseason goals led the IceDogs and tied for second in the league.

2010-11: Led Niagara with 43 goals and finished third in scoring with 74 points in 68 games…Was second on the club in power-play goals (10-tied) and plus/minus (+32)…Added 13 points (6g/7a) in 14 playoff contests.

Led Niagara in scoring for the second straight year with 66 points (37g/29a) in 66 games…Also paced the club in goals and was second in plus/minus (+15), penalty minutes (95) and power-play goals (8)…Also appeared in two games with Peoria (AHL).

2008-09: Recorded a team-high 56 points (27g/29a) in 67 games for Niagara…Led the IceDogs in power-play tallies (9) and short-handed goals (3)…Also led the team in playoff scoring with 11 points (6g/5a) in 12 postseason contests.

Appeared in 50 games in his first season with Niagara, totaling 22 points (12g/10a).