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.
Perry collected two assists over just 14:30 of ice time during Wednesday's win over the Bruins.
Thankfully, Perry is marking the assists column rather frequently because his 11 goals and 6.5 shooting percentage through 62 games are career-low marks. Additionally, the veteran has just four goals through his past 32 outings. There is likely positive regression ahead in the goals column for Perry, but expecting him to fully bounce back to being a high-end scorer is ill-advised.
Perry scored a pair of goals, added an assist and went plus-3 in Thursday's 5-2 road win against Buffalo.
After a 25-game stretch in which he put up zero multi-point efforts and just 11 total points, Perry finally woke up. Unfortunately, he's going to have a tough row to hoe if he wants to parlay this into a hot streak, as the Ducks continue their road trip in Washington on Saturday and Minnesota on Tuesday -- both of those teams boast terrific defense and goaltending.
In the midst of his worst offensive season since 2006-07, Perry's been a major disappointment, and his 0.17 goals per game and 6.2 shooting percentage are career-low marks. The 31-year-old winger likely has some positive regression ahead, especially since he's being utilized in a top offensive role, but it also isn't out of the question that he's past his prime and won't significantly rebound.