Corey Perry 10 | Right Wing

Anaheim Ducks

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Mon. Nov 17, 2014 Subscribe 
News: Perry (illness) managed two shots on goal and finished with a minus-2 rating over his 18:57 of ice time in Sunday's loss to the Panthers. Impact: Perry didn't have much of an impact offensively in the blowout loss, but the Ducks were certainly glad to have him back active after he missed five games while battling the mumps virus. The team is still waiting on Francois Beauchemin to return from the same affliction, but it appears the illness is no longer festering in the Ducks' locker room.(RotoWire, )
Nov 16, 2014
News: Perry (illness) will play in Sunday's game against the Panthers after being activated from the injured reserve, Curtis Zupke of NHL.com reports. Impact: Perry only started skating Friday, but it appears that he's recovered from the mumps virus enough to play Sunday. The 29-year-old has 11 goals and four assists on the season and should be a threat to increase those numbers against the Panthers despite the time away from the ice.(RotoWire, )
Sat. Nov 15, 2014
News: Perry (illness) will be a game-time decision for Sunday's game against the Panthers. Impact: Perry just resumed skating on his own Friday, but it seems he still has an outside chance to play against Florida. While a return during next week's road trip still seems more realistic, Perry will attempt to convince the coaching staff of his health during pregame warmups.(RotoWire, )
Fri. Nov 14, 2014
News: Perry (illness) was skating on his own again Friday, Eric Stephens of the Orange County Register reports. Impact: Perry's status for the weekend's back-to-back game appears unlikely at this point, but the road trip following the weekend appears to be a more realistic target return date. Perry will likely need to get in some conditioning and possibly a couple practices with the team before rejoining the lineup.(RotoWire, )
Thu. Nov 13, 2014
News: Perry (illness) rejoined the Ducks on Thursday, skating on his own before the team's practice. Impact: Perry had been kept away for the last several days while he dealt with the contagious mumps virus, an illness that has also afflicted teammate Francois Beauchemin. However, after showing improvement in his condition the last couple of days, Perry is now set to begin preparing for his return, with coach Bruce Boudreau not ruling him out for either of the Ducks' back-to-back weekend tilts against the Kings and Panthers, according to Eric Stephens of the Orange County Register. Still, it would seem more likely that Perry waits until next week before returning from injured reserve, since the viral infection undoubtedly will require a little time for him to regain full conditioning. Perry reportedly dealt with body temperatures as high as 102 degrees while he was hospitalized last week with a fever.(RotoWire, )
Wed. Nov 12, 2014
News: Perry has been dealing with the mumps virus and is considered day-to-day. Impact: While the illness has sidelined Perry for a week, he has already been cleared to return, and should be able to take the ice again "in a matter of days."(RotoWire, )
Tue. Nov 11, 2014
News: Perry (illness) has been diagnosed with a viral gland infection and will undergo further testing. Impact: What was initially thought to be a minor case of the flu has morphed into a larger problem for Perry, who has missed three straight games with the illness and has yet to resume skating. Though Perry is feeling better, both he and defenseman Francois Beauchemin have been advised to stay away from the team to prevent their contagious diseases from spreading to the rest of the team. More information on Perry's condition should be known when the Ducks receive the results of his medical tests Wednesday, but there remains no definitive timetable for the forward's return.(RotoWire, )
Nov 9, 2014
News: Perry (illness) was placed on injured reserve by the Ducks on Sunday. Impact: Perry wasn't expected to play Sunday anyway, and the retroactive move will allow him to be activated for Wednesday's game. Dany Heatley or Tim Jackman will likely slot in as the top right wing while Perry is out.(RotoWire, )
Sat. Nov 8, 2014
News: Perry (illness) has officially been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Canucks. Impact: As anticipated, Perry will miss his third straight game while he continues to recover from the flu. He'll turn his attention toward preparing for a return to the lineup Wednesday against the Kings.(RotoWire, )
Sat. Nov 8, 2014
News: Perry (illness) is doubtful to play Sunday versus the Canucks, NHL.com's Curtis Zupke reports. Impact: Though Perry's condition has been reportedly improving, he remained off the ice for Saturday's practice, making it unlikely he'll return to the lineup. He's missed the previous two games with the flu, allowing Devante Smith-Pelly to pick up some ice time on the team's top line.(RotoWire, )
Sat. Nov 8, 2014
News: Perry (illness) did not practice Saturday, Lance Pugmire of the LA Times reports. Impact: Perry is still questionable for Sunday's game against the Canucks, and even though he didn't practice Saturday, his status is improving. Perry is off to an electric start this season, with 11 goals and four assists through 13 games.(RotoWire, )
Wed. Nov 5, 2014
News: Perry returned to the lineup in Sunday's 6-2 loss to Florida. Impact: Perry, the NHL's leader with 11 goals before coming down with the mumps, had missed five straight games. The Anaheim Ducks don't know how Perry and defenseman Francois Beauchemin contracted the disease, but the entire team received new vaccinations as a precaution. (STATS, 9:08pm)
Corey Perry
2014-15 Season
G
11
A
5
PTS
16
+/-
7
Bio
Ht: 6' 3"  Wt: 213  Age: 29
Born: 5/16/1985, Peterborough, Ontario
Shoots: right
Drafted: 2003 - Rd 1
(28th overall by the Mighty Ducks)
Injury Status
No Current Injury