Perry (suspension) has served his five-game ban and is available for Thursday's matchup with Buffalo.
Prior to his suspension, Perry managed just two assists in his previous 10 outings and remains bogged down in a 19-game goal drought. Considering the veteran is averaging a mere 13:09 of ice time, the lowest of his NHL career, it shouldn't come as a shock to see him struggling to produce. The Ontario native should remain locked into a bottom-six role for the remainder of the 2019-20 campaign, making him a mid-range fantasy option at best.
Perry has received a five-game suspension starting Friday for elbowing the Predators' Ryan Ellis on Wednesday.
Perry's elbow sent Ellis to the locker room for the remainder of the contest and resulted in his placement on injured reserve Friday. As a result, Perry will be out through Jan. 14 against the Avalanche. He'll be allowed to return to the ice Jan. 16 in a home matchup with the Sabres.
Perry has a disciplinary hearing scheduled for Friday after he elbowed the Predators' Ryan Ellis on Wednesday.
The incident occurred at 2:44 of the first period, and Ellis was unable to return to the game due to an upper-body injury. Perry received a major penalty for elbowing as well as a game misconduct, but it appears he could also be suspended for his actions. If he misses time, Justin Dowling will likely enter the lineup, and Tyler Seguin would probably shift from center to right wing.
Perry picked up two assists in Friday's 7-4 loss to the Panthers.
The 34-year-old's first season in Dallas hasn't amounted to much so far. Perry hasn't scored a goal in 15 games, and he only had registered two helpers in his last 13 coming into Friday. On the year, he only has three goals and 13 points through 30 contests.
Perry managed a power-play assist and two shots on goal in Saturday's 3-1 win over the Islanders.
For the second straight game, Perry helped out on a Denis Gurianov goal, this time with a man advantage. The two wingers have been used on the Stars' fourth line lately, and that may be a combination that sticks around given their recent success together. Perry is up to 11 points in 24 games, topping last season's production in seven fewer appearances. The 34-year-old also has 32 shots on goal and 22 hits this season.
Perry registered an assist and three shots on goal in Thursday's 3-2 overtime win over the Jets.
He dished to Denis Gurianov for a goal in the second period. Perry had gone six games without a point, but the veteran winger now has 10 points through 23 contests this season. That matches his output from last season, which he achieved in 31 games after returning from knee surgery. The 34-year-old isn't the scoring threat he used to be, but he's not completely devoid of offense either.
Perry had three assists and was plus-3 in a 5-3 win over the Jets on Thursday.
The 34-year-old figured in on each of Dallas' first three goals, all in the second period, and now has five points (one goal, four assists) over his last two games. Perry's burst has seemingly come out of nowhere after he had provided next to zero offense all season prior to this recent stretch.
Perry had a goal and an assist with three shots on goal in Tuesday's 6-1 win over the Canucks.
The 34-year-old scored on a breakaway midway through the third period for just his third goal of the season. His offensive game is clearly just a shell of its former self, as he's reached the scoresheet in only three of his 15 games this season.
Perry skated in his 1,000th NHL game Wednesday versus the Flames.
Perry was limited to one shot on goal and one blocked shot in 15:53 during the 3-1 win. It's been a common theme for the once-prolific scoring winger, who has just four points, 10 hits and 14 shots on goal through 12 appearances this season. The lack of offense has rendered Perry as a non-factor for fantasy purposes.
Perry scored his second goal of the season and had two shots in a 4-1 win over Colorado on Tuesday.
Perry beat Colorado goalie Philipp Grubauer from a sharp angle to round out the scoring just under seven minutes into the third period. The 34-year-old was mired in a six-game point drought ever since his three-point outing against the Flyers on Oct. 19. Those had been his only points of the season until Tuesday's goal. Perry's days as an elite NHL winger, and fantasy asset, are well behind him.
Perry dished out three hits, blocked a pair of shots and finished with a minus-1 rating in Saturday's 3-0 loss to the Penguins.
Apart from a three-point night in his third game of the season, Perry has been kept off the scoresheet in 2019-20. He and the Stars were shut out Saturday and will look to have a better result Tuesday against Minnesota.
Perry scored a goal and added two assists in a 4-1 win over Philadelphia on Saturday.
He played 13:02. This proud, one-time-star is 34 and on the downside of his career. Perry is just nine games from his 1000th and has 777 points. The Stars need an offensive boost to kickstart their luck and Perry looked like the sniper of old. He won't deliver three points a night very often, but he'll be a hot commodity off the wire. Probably best to leave Perry to someone else. The game is getting faster and faster, and his feet just aren't. And that will make him a risky play against today's young studs.
Perry (foot) will play in Wednesday's game against the Blue Jackets, Matthew DeFranks of The Dallas Morning News reports.
Perry will be lifted from non-roster injured reserve and make his Stars debut. The lifelong Duck struggled with injuries and on the scoresheet last year, finishing with just 10 points in 31 games. He's healthy now, however, and he'll contribute immediately on the second line and power play. Perry is just two seasons removed from a 49-point campaign, so the Stars hope he can invigorate their offense, which has scored just three goals in the last three games.
Perry (foot) will be a game-time decision for Wednesday's game against the Blue Jackets, Sean Shapiro of The Athletic reports.
Perry's debut with the Stars has been delayed by a broken foot, but it appears the wait is coming to an end soon. The Stars will likely deploy Perry in a bottom-six role, but the longtime Anaheim Duck can contribute as a net-front presence on the power play. Perry is expected to take Justin Dowling's place in the lineup if he's cleared before puck drop.
Perry (foot) is looking to return to action against the Penguins on Oct. 18, Bruce LeVine of Dallas Stars Radio reports.
Perry has been skating since Tuesday, supporting the notion that his return to action is imminent. The Stars could use a spark in the lineup, as they are 1-3-1 so far and have averaged 2.4 goals per game. Perry figures to slot into the middle six with power-play responsibilities when he's ready.
Perry (foot) resumed skating Tuesday, Tom Gulitti of NHL.com reports.
Perry still isn't expected to be ready to draw into the lineup until next week at the earliest, but it's still nice to see him making progress in his recovery. Another update on the veteran forward's status should surface once he's cleared for contact.
Perry will be out at least two more weeks with a broken foot, Sean Shapiro of The Athletic reports.
This is the same exact news we heard just over two weeks ago, so a return in two weeks might be on the optimistic side for Perry's injury. He'll miss at least the first five games of the season.
Perry will be held out of action for two weeks due to a broken foot, Sean Shapiro of The Athletic reports.
Perry should be ready for the Stars' Oct. 3 regular-season opener against the Bruins, but he'll have some major rust to knock off after missing the entirety of Dallas' preseason schedule. The former Duck will be looking to bounce back in 2019-20 after notching just 10 points in 31 games during an injury-marred 2018-19 campaign.
Perry signed a one-year, $1.5 million contract, plus a $1.75 million performance bonus, with the Stars on Monday.
Dallas is clearly in win-now mode, having brought in a pair of accomplished veterans in Perry and Joe Pavelski. Injuries have started to take their toll on Perry and limited him to just 10 points in 31 games with Anaheim last season, but a healthier campaign could see the six-time 30-goal scorer share the ice with the likes of Tyler Seguin and Jamie Benn. If Perry has anything left in the tank, this could be the destination that brings out his best hockey.
Perry is expected to join the Stars when free agency begins, Frank Seravalli of TSN.ca reports.
Perry was bought out by the Ducks earlier this month after scoring just 10 points in 31 games last season. The former Hart Memorial winner could be a nice low-risk, high-reward player for the Stars as they look to make a Stanley Cup run.
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