Anaheim Ducks are traded on the left side of Andrew Cogliano at the Dallas Stars Center in Devin Shore.
Cogliano, 31, participated in 584 games with Ducks in eight seasons, scoring 102 goals and 233 points in those games with a plus-61 rating. In 64 player games he added eight goals and 25 points.
"By purchasing Andrew, we can add a conscientious player who puts the presence of veterans in our room," Stars GM Jim Nill said in a press release. "His explosive speed, the 200-foot game and the iron man's mentality will help our team both on the ice and on it."
Ducks originally bought Cogliano in trade with Edmonton Oiler in the 2013 NHL project. Between Oilers and Ducks, Cogliano placed the fourth longest strip of iron man on consecutive games with 830, from October 4, 2007 to January 13, 2018.
Shore, 24, has 29 goals and 82 points in 209 NHL games, all with stars. Originally in 2012, "Stars" was the second round, Shore debuted with NHL in 2015 and appeared in all 82 Stars games in each of the last two seasons.