The Ducks have activated Corey Perry (knee) from IR.
Perry will make his season debut on Saturday, so Ondrej Kase was placed on LTIR to make room for the veteran winger to be activated.
Perry (knee) will make his season debut on Saturday.
Perry will his first game of the season and is expected to start on the top line with Ryan Getzlaf and Rickard Rakell. Perry is now 33-years-old and coming off of a 17-goal, 32-assist (49 points) season a year ago.
Perry underwent surgery to repair meniscus and MCL injuries in his right knee; expected to miss five months.
Ducks GM Bob Murray announced on Wednesday that Perry underwent surgery to repair his right knee and the initial timetable is set for 20 weeks of about five months. This is a tough blow to a Ducks team that looked as deep as they have in years, but opens the door for young forwards like Troy Terry and Sam Steel to play big roles right out of the gate.
Perry (knee) is expected to return to the Ducks lineup on Saturday.
Perry has been sidelined since December 11th with a knee injury but all signs point towards Perry playing tonight in Calgary. Perry was skating on the third line with Adam Henrique and Nick Ritchie at the morning skate, so expect him to be back in. Perry has six goals and 16 assists (22 points) in 31 games this season.
Perry is week-to-week with a lower-body injury.
Perry was taken to a local hospital to be evaluated after leaving Monday’s game with a lower-body injury.
The Ducks were unable to provide an update on Perry’s status postgame but they can’t seem to get out of their own way. The Ducks just got Ryan Getzlaf back yesterday and they played just 3:49 TOI together before Perry exited the game. Expect an update on Perry’s status prior to Thursday’s game in St. Louis.
Perry and Getzlaf may be reunited on Monday vs. Vancouver.
Perry and Getzlaf were split up to start their season opener but were reunited midway through the third period. The Ducks were shutout in their opener which is another reason that coach Bruce Boudreau will likely put the duo back together. Perry had one shot on goal and a minus-1 rating in 16:03 TOI on Saturday.
Perry will skate on the Ducks third line on Monday.
Perry wound up on the third line late in Friday’s game against the Penguins and head coach Bruce Boudreau will stick with it tonight in Vancouver. Perry comes in with four goals and one assist in his last five games. He will skate with Jiri Sekac and Rickard Rakell.
Perry (knee) is on the ice for warmups; expected to play tonight.
Perry is in warmups after being listed as questionable so look for him to return tonight vs. the Sharks. Perry has registered 22 points (14G / 8A) in 23 games this season.
Perry (knee) is listed as questionable for Wednesday’s game.
The Ducks have sent Max Friberg back to the AHL which is a sign that Perry will be activated from IR and be in the lineup tonight vs. the Sharks. He has been out since December 5th, but this would be a perfect way for the Ducks to end 2014. Perry has 14 goals and eight assists (22 points) in 23 games.
Perry (knee) will decide if he can play during Wednesday’s morning skate.
Perry will take part in the Ducks morning skate on Wednesday and decide after the skate if he will return to the lineup vs. the Sharks.
Perry (knee) skated on Monday; questionable to play on Wednesday vs. San Jose.
Perry has been out since December 5th with a sprained knee. Despite skating again on Monday, neither Perry or coach Boudreau would commit to Perry playing tomorrow vs. the Sharks. Monitor Perry’s status during the Ducks’ morning skate tomorrow.
Perry (knee) will not play on Sunday.
Perry took part in the Ducks optional morning skate, but will not play tonight vs. the Canucks. The next game he is eligible to return in would be Wednesday against the Sharks. Monitor his status leading up to Wednesday.
Perry (knee) will not play on Saturday.
Perry is not with the team in Arizona he is back skating in Anaheim. This suggests that Perry likely won’t be in the lineup tomorrow either. With Perry out, Devante Smith-Pelly is expected to skate on the first line.
Perry (knee) will be a game-time decision on Saturday.
The Ducks did not have a morning skate so there is no indication whether Perry will return to the lineup tonight or not. If Perry does not play, Devante Smith-Pelly should move back to the top-line. There should be an announcement when the team arrives at the rink at 6 PM ET, if not we will have to monitor his status during pre-game warmups at 7:30 PM ET.
Perry (knee) will not return to the Ducks lineup on Monday.
Perry will miss his ninth straight game with a knee injury. He was on the ice this morning and took part in the morning skate line rushes, but stayed on with extras which meanss he will not play tonight vs. the Sharks.
Perry (knee) will not play on Monday vs. the Sharks.
Perry took part in Ducks practice on Sunday but will be held out of his eighth consecutive game with a knee injury. With Perry missing Monday’s game, the next game he could return for would be Saturday in Arizona.
Perry (knee) returned to practice on Sunday.
Perry was targeting a return for Monday and his availability for Sunday’s practice keeps that option open, but he skated as an extra which suggests that he likely won’t be back until after the Christmas break. The Ducks have gone 5-2-0 without Perry in the last seven games.
Perry (knee) skated on Wednesday; could return next Monday vs. the Sharks.
Perry will miss the next two games, but it sounds like he could be back Monday. After Monday’s game, the Ducks have four games off for the Christmas break, so there is a chance that the Ducks will hold him out of that game and give him the extra four days rest.
Perry will miss 3-4 weeks with a knee sprain.
Perry suffered the injury on Friday vs. the Wild and will be out until the end of December or early January. This is a tough break for the Ducks and Perry owners. Expect Kyle Palmieri, Devante Smith-Pelly and Rene Bourque to take on larger roles with Perry sidelined.