Perlini has received a qualifying offer from the Blackhawks, Ben Pope of the Chicago Sun Times reports.
Perlini showed some promise during his first season with Chicago, notching 12 goals and 15 points in 46 appearances after being traded to the team in late November. The Blackhawks clearly think he may still have some untapped potential, so look for them to sign him to a short-term deal in the coming weeks.
Perlini skated only 5:44 in Thursday's 5-4 win over the Sharks.
He didn't take a shift in the third period, extending his point drought to six games with the empty score line. Perlini was not reported injured during or immediately following the game, so the 22-year-old may have found his way into coach Jeremy Colliton's dog house after being given a chance to skate with Patrick Kane and Artem Anisimov.
Perlini scored a goal and added two assists in Wednesday's 5-4 win over the Maple Leafs.
That's back-to-back three-point performances for Perlini, who potted a hat trick against the Coyotes on Monday. The third-year winger only has 12 goals and 19 points on the season, but half that production (seven goals and two assists) has come in the last six games. It's taken a while, but the 12th overall pick in the 2014 draft could finally be putting things together in the NHL.
Perlini scored in all three periods Monday, helping his team to a 7-1 rout of Arizona.
Where did this come from? Perlini had all of three goals for the season at the start of the month and now has six goals in March alone. At this point, there's little to lose in playing him in daily leagues to see if he can keep catching lightning in a bottle.
Perlini scored two goals in Saturday's 6-3 loss to the Kings.
With Patrick Kane and Jonathan Toews having a rare off night, Perlini stepped up with some rare offense after spending the prior four games in the press box. The third-year winger only has seven goals and 12 points through 52 games, however, and hadn't lit the lamp since Jan. 1, so don't expect a repeat any time soon.
Perlini will be a healthy scratch for Wednesday's road contest against the Ducks, Mark Lazerus of The Athletic reports.
Perlini was originally thought to have an undisclosed injury, but that might have been covering up the fact that he was scratched. The 22-year-old hasn't produced this season, only racking up 10 points in 51 games. The Blackhawks will stick with John Hayden as their fourth line right wing.
Perlini (undisclosed) will not suit up for Sunday's game against Dallas, Scott Powers of The Athletic reports.
Perlini has missed the last three games and it's possible that he's just a healthy scratch at this point but it hasn't been confirmed. There hasn't been an update on his health since he skated with the team Friday.
Perlini (undisclosed) won't play in Friday's game versus the Avalanche, Mark Lazerus of The Athletic reports.
Perlini missed Wednesday's game versus the Red Wings due to an illness but rejoined the team and took line rushes during Friday's morning skate. It's unclear if he had a setback with his illness or if he's simply a healthy scratch.
Perlini (illness) served as the right winger on the fourth line during practice Friday, indicating he should rejoin the lineup against the Avalanche, Tracey Myers of NHL.com reports.
Perlini doesn't provide much from a fantasy standpoint, having collected only three goals and an assist over 29 contests in 2018-19. As a result, his return to the ice Friday likely won't impact many fantasy leagues, though the physical forward has delivered 27 hits, which can be useful in some formats.
Perlini (illness) won't play Wednesday against the Red Wings.
With Perlini under the weather, Chris Kunitz will slot into the lineup against Detroit. The 22-year-old winger will hope to recover in time for Friday's matchup with Colorado.
Perlini (illness) will be a game-time decision for Wednesday's matchup with Detroit, Mark Lazerus of The Athletic reports.
If Perlini's unable to go, Chris Kunitz will draw into the lineup against the Red Wings. Confirmation on the former Coyote's status should surface once Chicago takes the ice for pregame warmups.
Perlini (concussion) will draw into the lineup Saturday night against the Wild, Eric Lear of the Blackhawks' official site reports.
Perlini reportedly will replace Chris Kunitz in a surprising turn of events. We hadn't seen any reports of Perlini practicing after entering concussion protocol, but at any rate, he should be ready to go in a bottom-six capacity.
Perlini (concussion) won't be in the lineup for Friday's game against the Sabres, Eric Lear of the Blackhawks' official site reports.
Perlini is presumably still in the NHL's concussion protocol and remains without a timeline for his return to game action. The 22-year-old winger can be considered out indefinitely until he's able to return to practice with his teammates.
Perlini (concussion) won't play in Tuesday's game versus the Islanders, Scott Powers of The Athletic reports.
Perlini will miss his second straight game and his fifth of the year. The 22-year-old hasn't adjusted well with the Blackhawks after the Coyotes traded him, posting three goals, one assist and a minus-14 rating through 23 contests. He has a long break ahead, as his next chance to crack the lineup will be Feb. 1 versus the Sabres.
Perlini (concussion) won't play in Sunday's game versus the Capitals, Tracey Myers of NHL.com reports.
A report surfaced Saturday that Perlini wasn't practicing since he was in concussion protocol, so it was a far-fetched notion that he could've dressed for this outing. Perlini has just one point in seven games since the calendar flip and he's logging 8:26 per contest without power-play time. He'll be replaced by John Hayden on the fourth line.
Perlini is currently in the NHL's concussion protocol and won't practice Saturday.
It's hard to imagine a scenario in which Perlini recovers in time for Sunday's matinee against the Capitals, but official word on his status for that contest should surface prior to puck drop. The English forward has notched four points in 23 contests since being traded to the Blackhawks on Nov. 25.
Perlini tallied his first point -- an even-strength goal -- as a member of the Blackhawks on Sunday in a 7-3 home loss to the Sharks.
Perlini produced 57 points (33 goals, 24 assists) between 153 games and parts of three seasons with the Coyotes before arriving in the Windy City. Unfortunately for his fantasy owners, the 22-year-old is starting nearly 60 percent of his 5-on-5 shifts in the defensive zone compared to a near even split in zone coverage when he was with the 'Yotes.
Perlini will make his Blackhawks debut Tuesday against the Golden Knights, Mark Lazerus of The Athletic reports.
The Blackhawks are hoping Perlini will provide them with some depth scoring, as they've been far too reliant on their top two lines to carry their offense over the past two seasons. The 22-year-old winger notched 31 goals in 131 appearances during his first two NHL campaigns, so it's not far-fetched to think he could develop into a consistent 20-goal scorer with his new team.
Perlini has been dealt to the Blackhawks along with Dylan Strome. Meanwhile, Nick Schmaltz is the player going the other way to Arizona, Scott Powers of The Athletic reports.
Perlini has struggled with just six points in 21 games this season. He remains relevant only in deeper leagues, though a change of scenery can sometimes spur a player on, and that is precisely what Chicago is banking on with the decision to acquire the 22-year-old Brit.
Perlini recorded a power-play assist and two penalty minutes while logging 16:56 of ice time during Sunday's 4-1 win over the Capitals.
Perlini got a helper on Alex Galchenyuk's third-period goal, giving the third-year winger two goals and five points in 16 games. The 22-year-old is clocking in at a 25-point pace which confines his fantasy value to deeper formats at this time.
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