Corey Perry scored his 20th goal of the year and added an assist Tuesday in a 6-2 win over Boston.
This marks the eighth 20-goal campaign of his career, but the helper was just his 13th in 47 games -- a far cry from Perry's heyday, as he's pumped out 39 or more assists in four separate seasons. It's odd to see Perry's playmaking decline before his goal-scoring, but that seems to be the way of things for the big winger. At the tender age of 30, he seems distinctly past his prime years, though it wouldn't be a surprise to see Perry settle in as a steady 60-point man for quite a few more seasons.
Corey Perry scored twice in Saturday's 4-3 win over Detroit. He has six goals and one assist in his last nine games.
His Cy Young season continues -- Perry has 19 goals and just 12 assists. And he's on pace to deliver the sixth 30-goal season in his last seven full seasons, lockout aside. It's interesting to note that his production this year pretty much mirrors the last (33 goals, 55 points), so 2013-14 aside, Perry's best is clearly behind him. But goal scorers come at a premium, so his return on investment remains intact.
Corey Perry contributed an assist in Wednesday's 3-1 win over the Wild despite playing just 14:29. He skated on a line with Patrick Maroon and Richard Rackell.
Perry's ice time total was his lowest since Nov. 1, as he was taken off the top line by coach Bruce Boudreau. Perry was unfazed by the move, recording his first assist of 2016 and fourth point in the last six games. Despite the moderate success in this one, there's no denying that Perry's fantasy prospects take a dive as long as he remains in this reduced role.
Corey Perry netted his 15th goal of the season and fired eight shots on goal in Friday's win over the Blues.
A dominant showing from Perry, who was named second star of the game. The top-line winger has scored twice in his last three games and is up to 26 points in 40 games on the season. The Anaheim Ducks are rolling and Perry is right in the middle of it, having fired 17 shots on goal over his last three outings and racking up five goals in his last eight games. Make sure you have him in your lineup.
Corey Perry scored twice and fired six shots on goal in Sunday's win over the Flyers.
That's back-to-back games with goals for Perry, who has 13 tallies in 34 games on the season. The Anaheim Ducks may be last in the Western Conference right now, but if they turn things around in the second half of the season, Perry, who has scored six power-play goals this year, will likely play a key role. The 30-year-old is heating up, and with 23 points in 34 games, he makes for a strong fantasy play every night.