The Red Wings have acquired Brendan Perlini from the Blackhawks for Alec Regula.
Perlini only played in one of the Blackhawks' first 10 games this season and voiced his displeasure and was hoping to be traded. The Blackhawks granted his request and send him to a Red Wings team that is devoid of NHL wingers right now. He should get all of the playing time he wants with the Red Wings and should immediately jump into their top-6 if head coach Jeff Blashill elects to get Andreas Athanasiou some help. Perlini is a former first-round pick (No.12 overall in 2014) but has career-highs of just 17 goals and 30 points (2018).
Perlini will be a healthy scratch on Monday.
Perlini had one shot in 7:49 TOI on Saturday but will come right back out of the lineup on Monday. Alex Nylander will draw in on the fourth line.
Source: Eric Lear 10/14/19, 1:05 pm EST
The Blackhawks have re-signed Brendan Perlini to a one-year contract.
Perlini was traded to the Blackhawks last season and recorded 12 goals with three assists (15 points) in 46 games after the deal. Perlini’s playing time dropped precipitously in Chicago, which will cap his upside in 2020.
Perlini (illness) will be a game-time decision on Wednesday.
Perlini missed the morning skate with an illness but remains a game-time decision in Detroit. Chris Kunitz will take his place if he can’t play.
Perlini will draw back into the Blackhawks lineup on Saturday.
Perlini was a healthy scratch against New Jersey on Thursday but will replace John Hayden on Saturday. Perlini has three goals and one assist in 27 games with Philadelphia.
Perlini will be a healthy scratch on Thursday.
Perlini was in the lineup for the last three games but will be replaced by Chris Kunitz, who will play in his 1,000th career game tonight.
Perlini will be back in the Blackhawks lineup on Thursday.
Perlini was a healthy scratch on Tuesday but will replace an injured David Kampf on Thursday. The 22-year-old winger has just three goals and one assist in 24 games since joining the Blackhawks via trade.
Source: Chris Boden 02/7/19, 1:29 pm EST
Perlini will draw into the Blackhawks lineup on Saturday.
Perlini has been a healthy scratch for the last three games but will replace Chris Kunitz on Saturday. Perlini has just three goals and one assist in 23 games since being traded to the Blackhawks.
Source: Eric Lear 02/2/19, 6:03 pm EST
Perlini will come out of the Blackhawks lineup on Sunday.
Source: Eric Lear 12/9/18, 4:25 pm EST
Perlini will make his Blackhawks debut on Tuesday.
Perlini had 17 goals and 30 points last season but struggled in the first quarter of 2018-19. After being traded to Chicago on Sunday night, Perlini will make his debut on Tuesday. He is expected to start on the fourth line with Dylan Strome, who came over with him.
The Blackhawks have acquired Brendan Perlini and Dylan Strome from the Coyotes for Nick Schmaltz.
Perlini will be a scratch Saturday vs. the Avalanche.
Perlini (upper-body) is on the ice for warmups; expected to play vs. New York.
Source: Dan Rosen 10/26/17, 2:41 pm EST
Perlini (upper-body) will be a game-time decision on Thursday.
Perlini has missed the last six games with an upper-body injury that he suffered in the third game of the season in Vegas. He was removed from IR, which is a positive sign that he will play tonight, but the Coyotes have officially listed him as a game-time decision. He has just one assist in three games and has averaged just 9:15 TOI/GM.
Source: Dave Vest 10/26/17, 7:38 am EST
The Coyotes placed Brendan Perlini (upper-body) on IR.
Perlini left Tuesday’s game in Vegas with an upper-body injury and was moved to IR on Thursday morning. The young power-forward was expected to take on a larger role this season and has recorded one assist, one shot in three contests. With Perlini out, look for Jordan Martinook to take his spot.
The Coyotes recalled Brendan Perlini from Tucson (AHL).
The Coyotes sent Perlini to the AHL because they had five straight days off, but he is back and should be in the lineup on Friday. Perlini has four goals and one assist in 15 games with the Coyotes and 19 points (14G / 5A) in 17 games with Tucson.
The Coyotes recalled Brendan Perlini; will make his NHL debut on Monday.
Perlini, 20, was the 12th overall pick in 2014 and has excelled in two months with Tucson (AHL). Perlini picked up 11 goals and five assists (16 points) in 16 games with Tucson and tonight he’ll skate on the Coyotes third line with Jordan Martinook and Jamie McGinn.