|Date of Birth||5/16/1985|
|Height, Weight||6'3", 206 lbs|
|Drafted||2003 - Rd 1|
Perry scored six goals and added four assists over 31 games in the 2018-19 season.
Perry missed the first 51 games of the season with a knee injury. He clearly didn't return at full strength as this was the lowest point-per-game pace of his career and his minus-16 is the worst mark of his career. Perry's still being paid $8.625 million -- currently the highest salary on the team -- for the next two years, so the Ducks are hoping he can spend the summer recovering and come back closer to his old self next year.
Perry scored a goal in Saturday's 5-1 win over the Oilers.
His score ended a six-game pointless slump. Any production for Perry is simply consolation after he missed the first 51 games due to a knee injury, while he's been struggling offensively with just 10 points in 29 games. The 33-year-old also comes in at a minus-14 rating, which would be the worst mark of his career. A lot of these issues could be attributed to a slow return from injury, but the Ducks have plenty of reasons to be concerned considering they're on the hook for two more years of Perry's $8.625 million AAV contract.