Perron said Tuesday that he had sports hernia surgery during the offseason, Lou Korac of NHL.com reports.
Perron has shown no ill effects during training camp, and he's expected to be at 100 percent when the Blues take the ice against the Avalanche on Jan. 13. The 32-year-old winger established chemistry with Ryan O'Reilly last season and rang up 25 goals -- his most since the 2013-14 season. The duo will be a fixture in the top six once again, at least until Vladimir Tarasenko (shoulder) returns.
Perron produced an assist and three shots on goal in Friday's 6-2 loss to the Canucks in Game 6.
Perron had a good showing with two goals and five helpers during the six-game series. He finished the playoffs with nine points in as many games, as well as 31 shots and 15 hits.
Perron registered two assists and four shots on goal in Monday's 3-1 win over the Canucks in Game 4.
Perron kept his strong offense going with his second multi-point effort in his last three outings. The winger is up to four goals and four helpers through seven playoff games. He's added 23 shots, 12 hits and eight PIM.
Perron scored a goal on seven shots and went plus-2 in Sunday's 3-2 overtime win over the Canucks in Game 3.
Perron briefly gave the Blues a lead in the second period, but Elias Pettersson's tally 37 seconds later retied the score at two. In six postseason games, Perron has four goals, two helpers, 19 shots and 11 hits. He's recorded four of his six points in three outings against the Canucks.
Perron recorded two assists, one on the power play, in Friday's 4-3 overtime loss to the Canucks in Game 2.
Perron had a hand in Ryan O'Reilly's power-play tally in the second period. In the third, Perron deflected a puck that bounced off Jaden Schwartz and into the net to force overtime. The 32-year-old Perron has three goals, two helpers, 12 shots and eight hits through five postseason contests.
Perron scored a power-play goal in Wednesday's 5-2 loss to the Canucks in Game 1.
Perron tied the game at one with his goal at 16:37 of the first period. The 32-year-old winger has already amassed three goals on nine shots in five games during the postseason. Two of his tallies have come on the power play -- Perron works on the Blues' top man-advantage unit. He had 25 goals and 60 points in 71 regular-season appearances.
Perron scored a goal on his only shot in Thursday's 6-4 round-robin loss to Vegas.
Perron beat Marc-Andre Fleury with a quick shot from the slot to get the Blues on the board four minutes in, the second straight game in which Perron opened the scoring. A 25-goal-man during the regular season, Perron has tallied 13 goals in 85 career playoff contests.
Perron scored a power-play goal on three shots and added a pair of hits in Sunday's 2-1 loss to Colorado.
Perron hammered a one-timer from the left faceoff circle to open the scoring with just over three minutes left in the first period. That was the extent of the offense from St. Louis for the entire night, but Perron continues to be one of the most consistently reliable scoring wingers in the NHL. The 32-year-old eclipsed the 20-goal mark in each of the last two seasons and has hit that mark five times as an NHLer.
Perron has 25 goals and 60 points in 71 games this season.
If the 2019-20 NHL regular season continues at some point, Perron has a good chance at reaching his career bests in goals (28) and points (66). The 31-year-old winger recorded 166 shots on goal, his most since the 2014-15 season. Perron should continue to score at a consistent rate in the Blues' top six.
Perron had two assists and two shots in a 6-5 win over Chicago on Tuesday.
Perron enjoyed his first multi-point game since late January, setting up goals by Brayden Schenn and Robert Thomas. The 31-year-old is enjoying one of the most productive seasons of a fine NHL career, amassing 24 goals and 35 assists in 64 games. His next point will give him 60 for only the second time in his 13 seasons.
Perron registered an assist, three hits, two shots on goal, two PIM and a plus-2 rating in Thursday's 6-5 overtime loss to the Golden Knights.
Perron had the secondary helper on Zach Sanford's second tally of the game. February hasn't been very kind to Perron -- he has just two assists in his last six games. The 31-year-old had been playing a little above his level for most of the season, as he has 55 points, 139 shots and a career-high 25 power-play points in 57 outings. A fade was likely inevitable, but the winger remains a strong play in fantasy.
Perron posted an assist, three shots on net and a hit across 17:57 in Saturday's 3-2 overtime loss to the Stars.
Perron recorded a primary assist on Colton Parayko's second goal of the game, but that was the Blues' last score, as the Stars scored three unanswered to win. The 31-year-old Perron has 54 points -- 25 on the power play -- through 56 games, and his career high of 66 is well within reach.
Perron scored a goal on a team-high six shots in Friday's 4-2 loss to the Oilers.
Perron's 23rd goal of the season came in the second period to get the Blues on the board. The winger ended January with seven tallies, 13 points, 16 PIM and 29 shots through 11 appearances. He's up to 53 points, 128 shots and 42 PIM in 52 contests this season as one of the Blues' top performers.
Perron scored a goal, dished an assist and added two PIM in Tuesday's 5-4 shootout win over the Flames.
Perron also contributed a tally in the shootout to help secure the win. The winger's penalty, a holding minor, came in overtime and could have tarnished an otherwise strong performance, but the Flames' power play didn't cash in. For the season, the 31-year-old has 22 goals, 52 points, 122 shots on goal and 42 PIM in 51 contests.
Perron recorded an assist, four hits and two PIM in Monday's 3-1 loss to the Canucks.
The winger set up Zach Sanford for the Blues' only goal of the game. Perron is up to 50 points for just the fourth time in his career, doing so in just 50 contests this season. He's added 57 hits, 121 shots on goal and 25 power-play points in what could be a career year. The 31-year-old's career high for points is 66, set in 2017-18 with the Golden Knights.
Perron scored a power-play goal and added an even-strength assist in Saturday's 5-3 loss to the Avalanche.
The veteran winger is headed into the All-Star break with plenty of momentum, finding the scoresheet in six of his last seven games and racking up nine goals and 19 points over the last 15 contests, with 10 of those points (five goals, five helpers) coming with the man advantage. Perron is on pace to set new career highs in both goals (28, set in 2013-14) and points (66 in 2017-18) if he can stay healthy and hold onto his spot on the Blues' top power-play unit in the second half.
Perron provided an assist, four shots on goal and two PIM in Wednesday's 4-3 overtime loss to the Flyers.
Perron had the secondary helper on Ryan O'Reilly's third-period tally. The 31-year-old winger saw a four-game goal streak end Monday versus Anaheim, but he's back to contributing on offense. Perron has exceeded last year's production with 47 points (20 goals, 27 helpers) in 48 appearances this season. He's added 118 shots, 52 hits and 36 PIM, which makes him a well-rounded fantasy asset.
Perron tallied the game-winning, power-play goal on two shots Saturday in a 5-2 win over the Rangers.
The veteran staked the Blues to a 3-1 lead just 86 seconds into the second period, potting his 20th goal of the season. It was also his fourth straight game with a goal. Perron is already closing in on the 23 goals he scored in 57 games last season. Additionally, the 31-year-old has 46 points in 46 games this year, putting him on pace to shatter the career-high 57 points he put up in 2013-14 with Edmonton.
Perron scored a power-play goal on three shots in a 5-1 win over Buffalo on Thursday.
Perron is on a nice streak, having scored in three straight games with five points in that stretch. He's also hit the scoresheet in nine of his last 11 games (seven goals, eight assists). The 31-year-old tops the Blues in points (45) and goals (19) after scoring 23 goals and 46 points all of last season.
Perron tallied the game-winning goal and had two shots Tuesday in a 3-2 win over the Sharks.
Perron put the Blues on top 3-1 just over four minutes into the third period, a goal that stood as the game-winner. Perron has scored in back-to-back games while reaching the scoresheet in eight of his last 10 (six goals, eight assists). Long a productive winger, the 31-year-old is tracking toward the best season of his career with 18 goals and 44 points in 44 games.
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