Perreault scored a goal and handed out two assists -- one on the power play -- in Thursday's 5-4 win over Columbus. Perreault made beautiful music with Bryan Little -- who recorded four points of his own -- en route to an impressive (if ultimately meaningless) win. Up until the Jets-Devils game originally scheduled for March 14, Perreault was heading for a downright ugly season with just 28 points and a minus-12 rating through 53 contests. But since that game in New Jersey got snowed out, Perreault has absolutely exploded offensively, compiling a ridiculous 17 points (seven on the power play) in 11 games. He's now set a new career high in points with 45, which no one would have thought likely or perhaps even possible a month ago.
Perreault went plus-2 with a pair of assists in Tuesday's win over the Blues. The power-play pivot has five multi-point efforts in his last 10 games, coming up clutch for fantasy owners driving toward the finish line. He needs just one more goal or assist to match his career high in points (43).
Perreault scored the game-winning goal Saturday against Ottawa. Perreault is really enjoying life on the second line with Bryan Little and Patrik Laine, racking up five goals and 12 points in his last nine games. He's now reached 40 points for the fourth consecutive season and is a decent fantasy play in leagues that center around point production.
Perreault scored his 11th goal of the season and added a helper in Sunday's win over the Canucks. Perreault has been on a tear of late, racking up four goals and 10 points in his last six games. The 29-year-old is known for being streaky, as he's only got 38 points on the season. His tears come and go, but he's rolling right now, so make sure you insert him in your lineup. Perreault is all over the place with his scoring, but overall he's a second-liner who routinely puts up around 40 points, so you ultimately know what to expect.
Perreault scored a goal and an assist Thursday against the Kings to give him six points in three games. Perreault is a notoriously streaky scorer, notching at least a point in four straight games after missing a game against New Jersey and failing to score a single point in the four contests prior. The last time Perreault was on a scoring streak, he tallied three goals and eight assists in seven games, which suggests his current scoring binge still has some legs. A fixture on the Jets power play, 11 of his 35 points have come with the man advantage, and he's on his way to recording his fourth straight 40-point season.
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