Corey Perry

#10 RW / Anaheim Ducks / EXP: 10YRS Height: 6-3 Weight: 210 lb Age: 30 College: None

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    • by RotoWire Staff | Special to

      Ducks' Corey Perry: Fights hard for fifth goal of season

      Perry put the puck into the net Friday night, but the Ducks were saddled with a 4-1 loss to the Islanders. Perry was relentless in his quest to score Friday, poking the puck out of a large crowd of defenders and firing one home after his first attempt was blocked. It's that kind of effort that needs to continue for Perry, as the Ducks have been inept offensively this season. In fact, Anaheim has only scored 29 goals in 17 games, the lowest in the NHL -- Perry has five of those scores.

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      Ducks' Corey Perry: Scores lone goal Saturday

      Perry scored the only goal of the game Saturday against the Sharks. That's a three-game point streak for Perry, who has compiled two goals and three assists in that span. The 30-year-old is heating up after a slow start and should be in your lineup every game on an Anaheim team that has won four straight games.

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      Ducks' Corey Perry: Adds assist in Ducks win

      Perry assisted on Rickard Rakell's late first period score in Sunday's win over the Wild. Perry finally recorded his first point of the season, something that must have been weighing heavily on the mind of all Ducks fans given Anaheim's complete inability to generate offence early in the season. After the early season experiment of separating Perry and longtime linemate Ryan Getzlaf failed miserably, the two are back together on the team's top line with team newbie Carl Hagelin. Look for Perry to get his usual scoring touch back as the Ducks begin to gain some momentum through the early part of the season.

    • Scores two goals in preseason game

      News: Corey Perry scored two goals on six shots in Tuesday's preseason victory over the Kings.
      Analysis: The 30-year-old had another great season last year, finishing with 33 goals and 22 assists in 67 games. His shooting percentage was one of the highest marks of his career at 17.1 percent, but he's been trending in the right direction on that front and is in line for another big season even if that stat dips a bit.
    • Ducks' Perry Should Be Fine For Game 1

      News: Corey Perry, who is dealing with a minor right knee injury, is expected to be fine for Sunday's Game 1 against the Blackhawks, the Orange County Register reports.
      Analysis: Corey Perry suffered the injury during Sunday's Game 5 win over the Flames, but he still managed to score the series-clinching goal in overtime. While the star winger will get some time off during practice this week, Ducks coach Bruce Boudreau is not concerned about Perry's knee.
    • Perry Scores In OT To Propel Ducks To WCF

      News: Corey Perry was the hero in Game 5 Sunday against Calgary, scoring in overtime to send the Ducks to the Western Conference Final.
      Analysis: A fantastic evening for Corey Perry, who finished the night with a whopping eight shots on goal. The 29-year-old has been a beast in these playoffs, notching seven goals and a league-high 15 points in nine games. It was unclear if Perry was going to return to the game after he exited with a knee injury in the second period. He found a way to overcome any pain though, sending the Ducks to the Western Conference Final, where they will play the Chicago Blackhawks. With two game-winning goals, 42 shots on goal and a plus-8 rating, Perry has been one of the NHL's best player this postseason and should be a key contributor once again in Round 3.
    • Perry Paces Ducks To Victory

      News: Corey Perry tallied two assists in Sunday's Game 2 win over Calgary.
      Analysis: The Ducks have now won their first six playoff contests, due in no small part to Corey Perry's prolific scoring rate. He now has 13 points in six playoff games, and a commanding lead atop the NHL playoff scoring race.
    • Perry's Four Points Carry Ducks Over Flames

      News: Corey Perry scored two goals and added two assists -- one of each on the power play -- in Thursday's Game 1 victory over Calgary.
      Analysis: This is Corey Perry's second four-point game of the playoffs, as he's been an absolute monster so far. With five goals and six assists through five games in this postseason, he's given opposing defensemen and netminders a lot to think about. Despite having only played in five playoff contests, Perry's easily the NHL's leading scorer so far in the chase for the Cup.
    • Ducks' Perry Continues Strong Postseason

      News: Corey Perry recorded his sixth and seventh points of the playoffs -- both assists -- in Wednesday's Game 4 win over the Jets.
      Analysis: The good times keep on rollin' for the Canadian, who now sits on seven points in four playoff games. Unfortunately for Corey Perry owners, his Ducks are done for the time being, as they handled the Jets in a four-game sweep. Perry will have the opportunity to add to his point total in the second round against either the Flames or the Canucks.
    • Ducks' Perry Nets Another

      News: Corey Perry scored his third goal of the playoffs in Monday's Game 3 win in Winnipeg.
      Analysis: Corey Perry continued his strong start to the playoffs, building on his four-point effort in Game 1. Perry now has five points in three playoff games. Leaving him in a tie for the playoff scoring lead.
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