Perron posted two assists in Tuesday's 4-2 win over the Avalanche.
Both of Perron's helpers came on goals by linemate Patrik Berglund. The 28-year-old winger reached the 40-point mark for the sixth time with this performance, with 27 of those 40 coming on the road. Hopefully he can close that gap during his team's upcoming three-game homestand.
Perron scored a shorthanded goal and he finished with a plus-1 rating in Saturday's 3-0 win against the Coyotes.
Perron is up to 15 goals on the season, his best total since he lit the lamp 17 times in the 2014-15 campaign with the Oilers and Penguins. He is unlikely to eclipse the career-best 57 points he posted in 2013-14 in Edmonton, but he should be in the 45-point range by the end of the regular season which would be the fourth-best mark of his career.
Perron scored on his only shot on net in Monday's 3-1 win over the Kings. He added a blocked shot and two hits over 16:09 of ice time.
His second-period goal wasn't pretty, as he kept battling at the net and poked a loose puck under the pad of Jonathan Quick. It was the type of goal coaches love -- a player at the net, putting in the effort. That's not typical of Perron, but that kind of play has been contagious during the Blues' five-game winning streak. The streaky Perron has posted points in four of his last five games.
Perron went top shelf for a goal in Tuesday's 2-1 win over the Wild.
Perhaps no one was more excited about Perron's tally than Blues coach Mike Yeo, who sought revenge over a club that he coached for five seasons before getting the ax last year. Perron has managed to play in every game this season, which is remarkable for a guy who has appeared in all 82 contests just once over nearly 10 years of NHL service time. Naturally, that's led to a surge in production for the veteran, as he's now up to 13 goals and 22 helpers -- including 11 points on the man advantage. Perron is worth a roster spot in deeper fantasy formats.
The goal was Perron's first in 13 games, but his production has ticked up during the