|(12/31/17) Sitting out as a healthy scratch seems to have lit a fire under Perlini, who scored a goal for the second straight game Sunday against Anaheim.|
That gives Perlini 10 goals this season, tied for second on the team with Christian Fischer and trails only Clayton Keller. Perlini's goal came on the power play, who sniped a goal from the right faceoff circle thanks to a screen. It's encouraging to see Perlini progress, and hopefully he continues his scoring streak after being sent a stern message by first-year head coach Rick Tocchet. Young developing players are usually rather inconsistent, and with the Coyotes struggling, Perlini only has value in the deepest of fantasy leagues.