Perry scored Game 3's overtime winner Monday against the Flames. He was also a plus-5 and recorded an assist in the 5-4 victory. What a night for the veteran winger, who was on the ice for all four of the Ducks' even-strength goals before burying his own less than two minutes into the extra stanza. The points were Perry's first of the series, and he'll look to keep the offense flowing in Game 4 on Wednesday with the Flames on the brink of elimination.
Perry scored a pair of goals in Thursday's 4-3 overtime loss to Winnipeg. The two lamp-lighters bring the snarly veteran sniper up to 18 on the season, and while he simply isn't the player he used to be, Perry has officially broken the 50-point plateau for the ninth time. The puck has been going in for him with more frequency lately -- seven times in the last 11 games to be exact -- which has helped improve his (still career-worst) shooting percentage to 8.7.
Perry assisted Nick Ritchie's empty-net goal Sunday against the Rangers. The 31-year-old spent nine minutes in the box but still clocked 16:46 of ice time regardless. Perry has been cold lately, but now has a point in each of the past two games and he's two short of 50 on the season, so he's still got plenty of value despite the fact he's no longer an elite offensive contributor.
Perry scored twice and had an assist in Sunday's win over Washington. Perry showed some tremendous patience and poise on one of the tallies, bringing him up to 14 markers on the season. His 46 points in 69 games are a letdown overall, but he's impressed of late, scoring against two powerhouse in Chicago and Washington and appears on track to finish the season strong. Perry remains a valuable fantasy asset in most leagues.
Perry scored the only goal in Thursday's 1-0 victory over the Blackhawks. His tally late in the second period was all the help Jonathan Bernier needed on his way to a 43-save shutout win. Perry's a former 50-goal man who scored 34 last season, but he has just 12 this year; it'd been exactly a month since he last found twine. At 31 years old, he's still capable of helping fantasy clubs, and there's an argument to be made that this is just a down season and he's got some big years ahead of him yet -- and maybe some big weeks this season, too. After all, he does possess an incredibly low 6.7 shooting percentage that's begging for regression.
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