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Corey Perry
Corey Perry
Right Wing  - ANA
Number: 10
Height: 6' 3"
Weight: 213
Shoots: Right
Born: May 16, 1985  (Age 29)
Birthplace: Peterborough, ON, Canada
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Drafted: ANA / 2003 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 1st (28th overall)

2013-14: Appeared in his ninth NHL season with Anaheim, scoring 43-39=82 points with a career-high +32 rating and 65 PIM in 81 games…led the NHL in even-strength goals (35), finished second in goals overall, tied for third in GWG and fifth in points and tied for seventh in plus/minus…became the first player to score 40-plus goals with a plus/minus rating of +30 or higher since 2009-10 (Alex Ovechkin, Alexander Semin)…his 43 goals were the second-most in his career, trailing only his career-best 50 in 2010-11…scored his 40th and 41st goals Apr. 2 vs. EDM to reach the 40-goal milestone for the second time in his career and the 10th time in team history (also Teemu Selanne, five times; Paul Kariya, three times)…was the second player to reach 40 goals in 2013-14, trailing only Ovechkin…recorded his fifth career game with four-or-more points on Jan. 15 vs. VAN, collecting 2-2=4 in a 9-1 win…his eighth GWG of the season at 4:58 of OT on Jan. 5 vs. VAN was the latest OT winner by a Duck since Nov. 17, 1995 when Peter Douris scored with one second remaining in a 2-1 win vs. NYI…the OT goal on Jan. 5 was the fifth of his career, moving him into a tie for second on the club’s all-time OT goals list with Ryan Getzlaf and Scott Niedermayer…had a career-best seven-game goal streak (8-2=10) from Nov. 29-Dec. 11, the longest streak in the NHL since CGY's Curtis Glencross scored in seven straight from Feb. 27-Mar. 11, 2012…collected his 500th NHL point on Dec. 9, 2013 vs. NYI and appeared in his 600th career game on Nov. 23 @ PHX…PLAYOFFS: Appeared in all 13 Stanley Cup Playoff games vs. DAL and LA, earning 4-7=11 points with 19 PIM…ranked second on the team in scoring and assists, and tied for second in goals...surpassed Teemu Selanne (33) for second on the Ducks all-time postseason assist list (34) in Game 4 of the Second Round, May 10 @ LA…matched his career high in points (1-2=3) and assists in Game 5 of the First Round, Apr. 25 vs. DAL.

CAREER: Signed an eight-year contract extension through 2020-21, Mar. 18, 2013…signed an five-year contract through 2012-13, July 1, 2008…is the only Hart Memorial Trophy winner in Anaheim Ducks history, capturing the prize for his MVP season in 2010-11…ranks third in the NHL in goals with 203 tallies since the start of 2008-09, spanning six seasons (Ovechkin, 258; Stamkos, 233; Marleau, 199)…since the start of 2010-11, has scored 31 GWG to lead the NHL…2012-13: Appeared in his eighth NHL season with Anaheim…appeared in all seven CQF contests vs. DET, collecting two assists with four PIM…scored 15-21=36 points with a +10 rating and 72 PIM in 44 contests…his five GWG co-led the club and ranked tied for sixth overall in the NHL…led the club in PPG (5) and shots (128), co-led in goals and ranked second in assists and points…posted a team-best seven-game scoring streak (4-8=12, +7) from Feb. 15-Mar. 1…scored his fourth career OT goal on Feb. 24 vs. COL, netting the GWG in the second straight game…recorded his 100th career multi-point game (1-1=2), Feb. 15 @ DET…missed four contests due to suspension, Mar. 14-20…2011-12: Appeared in his seventh NHL season, scoring 37-23=60 points with 127 PIM…led the Western Conference and ranked tied for sixth in the NHL in goals…also ranked tied for third among league leaders in PPG (14)…led Anaheim in GWG (6) and PIM (127), and ranked second in points…was one of two players in the NHL to score at least 35 goals and record at least 100 PIM (also PHI’s Scott Hartnell)…scored 23 goals from Jan. 1 until the completion of the 2011-12 regular season, ranking fourth in the NHL…had two hat tricks on the season (Jan. 6 vs. NYI and Feb. 12 @ CBJ), moving his career total to five career three-goal games…played 272 consecutive contests from Jan. 11, 2009-Mar. 10, 2012 before missing two contests from Mar. 12-14 with an upper-body injury…at the time, his 272 consecutive games played ranked fifth on the NHL’s Ironman list…scored his 200th career goal in a 4-2 Anaheim victory, Mar. 5 vs. EDM (2-0=2)…along with his hat trick on Feb. 12 @ CBJ, registered a career-high 11 shots on net, just one shy of the franchise record…scored his third career OT goal in a 3-2 win, Feb. 8 vs. CAR…appeared in his 500th career NHL contest, Feb. 1 vs. DAL…moved into a share of fourth in franchise SHG with his sixth career SHG, Jan. 18 vs. PHX…collected his fourth career hat trick, Jan. 8 vs. CBJ…recorded his 400th career NHL point, Jan. 6 vs. NYI…collected 1-1=2 points with a +1 rating in Team Chara’s 12-9 victory over Team Alfredsson at the 2012 All-Star Game on Jan. 29 in Ottawa…2010-11: Appeared in his sixth NHL season, collecting 50-48=98 points with a +9 rating and 104 PIM in 82 games en route to the Hart Memorial Trophy as league MVP…became the first player from a Southern California team to win the Hart Trophy since Hall-of-Famer Wayne Gretzky earned the honor with Los Angeles in 1989…was only the third player from a California team to win the Hart, joining Gretzky and SJ’s Joe Thornton (2006)…also became the second player in franchise history to win the Maurice “Rocket” Richard Trophy by leading the league in goals…appeared in all six CQF games vs. NSH, recording 2-6=8 points with four PIM…led the team in scoring and co-led in assists…had three consecutive multi-point contests in Games 2-4 (2-6=8), Apr. 15-20…tied his playoff career high in points (3) in Game 2 and 4, and in assists (2) in Games 2-4…his 98 points in the regular season ranked third in the NHL and were the most by a Duck since 1997-98…also co-led the league in GWG, ranked tied for fifth in PPG (14) and SHG (4), and his 22:18 avg. TOI ranked first among right wingers and second among all NHL forwards…his 28 goals on the road also led the NHL…led the league with 21 third-period goals and was tops with 23 third-period/OT goals…his 21 third-period goals were also the most in Ducks history and the most by any Western Conference player since 2005-06…25 of his goals tied the score or put the Ducks ahead (nine tied game, 16 put Ducks ahead/won game)…became the third player in club history to score 50 goals, the most by a Duck since Selanne in 1997-98 (52)…marked first time since 2007-08 that a Western Conference player scored 50-or-more (Iginla, 50)…over the last 20 games of the season, led the NHL in goals and points (19-12=31 with a +12), lifting the Ducks to a fourth-place place finish in the Western Conference…also led the NHL in goals (25) and points (47) following the All-Star break…became the first player since 1996-97 to record 50-or-more goals and 100+ PIM in a single season…in addition to his First Star of the Month recognition for March, also received NHL “Stars of the Week” honors on four occasions: First Star of the Week on Apr. 4, Second Star of the Week on Mar. 28 and Third Star of the Week on both Mar. 14 and Feb. 7…finished March with 15-6=21, becoming the fifth NHL player since Jan. 1997 to score 15 goals in a single month…also co-led the NHL in scoring (21 points) and ranked first in GWG (4)…his 15 goals accounted for the highest goal-scoring month by a Ducks player in club history…recorded a 10-game point streak from Mar. 19-Apr. 6 (14-8=22, +11)…within the 10-game streak, had a career-high five-game goal streak (7-2=9), Mar. 19-26…had three hat tricks on the season, matching the club record for most by one player in a single season…Dec. 12 vs. MIN, scored his first career hat trick as part of a career and franchise-tying five-point game (3-2=5)…marked the second time in club history a player had scored a hat trick on the PP, at EV and SH…Feb. 5 @ COL, had 3-0=3 points in a 3-0 shutout, becoming the first player in Ducks history to score all three of his team’s goals in a win…also became the first player in team history to record a hat trick while scoring every goal in a shutout…was the fourth player to accomplish the feat in an NHL game over the last six seasons…Apr. 6 vs. SJ, reached the 50-goal plateau on his third goal of the game as part of a four-point night (3-1=4)…his second goal served as the game-winner, establishing a franchise record for most GWG in a season (11)…his assist in the Apr. 6 contest marked the 200th of his career…scored a career-high four SHG on the season, establishing a club record…scored back-to-back OT goals (first two of his career), Mar. 19 @ LA and Mar. 20 vs. CGY, becoming the first Ducks player to record OT goals in back-to-back games…scored his first SHG of the season as part of a five-point night (3-2=5), Dec. 12 vs. MIN…his SHG was his first career penalty shot goal (second attempt)…appeared in his 400th career NHL contest, Dec. 10 vs. CGY...scored his 300th career point, Dec. 8 @ VAN…earned two assists for Team Staal in a 11-10 loss to Team Lidstrom at the 2011 NHL All-Star Game, Jan. 30 in Raleigh, NC…2009-10: Appeared in his fifth NHL season with Anaheim, scoring 27-49=76 points with 111 PIM…established a career high in assists…was the only player to appear in all 82 Anaheim contests in 2009-10…had an NHL season-best and club-record 19-game point streak (10-16=26) from Oct. 21-Dec. 1, the longest in over two years (PIT’s Sidney Crosby had 11-19=30 points in 19 straight games from Oct. 6-Nov. 15, 2007)…also had a career-best 10-game assist (2-11=13) streak within the 19-game point streak from Nov. 13-Dec. 1, which equaled the franchise best set by Ryan Getzlaf earlier in the season and also was tied for the second-longest in the NHL in 2009-10 (also Getzlaf and TB’s Martin St. Louis)…led the Ducks in points and shots (270), ranked second in assists and tied for second in goals…strung together a 15-game home point streak (7-14=21), Oct. 21-Dec. 6, falling two games shy of the club record…appeared in his 300th NHL contest, Nov. 5 vs. NSH…scored his 100th NHL goal, the first of a two-goal night, Nov. 3 vs. PIT…notched his 200th career NHL point (assist), Oct. 10 @ PHI…scored his first career SHG, Oct. 8 @ BOS…2008-09: Appeared in his fourth NHL season with Anaheim…appeared in all 13 postseason contests, collecting 8-6=14 points…had a playoff-high five-game point streak (4-3=7) from Apr. 23-May 3…scored the GWG in Game 5 of the CSF, May 12 vs. DET…set playoff career highs in goals and points (2-1=3) in Game 3 of the CSF, May 7 vs. DET…during the regular season, led the Ducks in goals, GWG (8) and shots (283) while ranking second in scoring and plus/minus, and third in assists and PPG (10)...among NHL leaders, finished tied for seventh in GWG…registered his 100th NHL assist, Mar. 27 vs. EDM…with Getzlaf and Selanne, was named a co-recipient of the NHL's First Star award for the week ending Nov. 2 (2-7=9 in four games)…set a career high for points and assists (1-4=5), Oct. 31 vs. VAN, tying a club record for points in a game (12th time)…2007-08: Was named a 2008 All-Star in his third NHL season…made his 2008 playoff debut in Game 4 of the CQF, Apr. 17 @ DAL after recovering from a right quadriceps injury…concluded the regular season establishing then-career highs in goals (29), points (54), GWG (4) and shots (200) and career highs in plus/minus (+12) and PPG (11)…among team leaders, ranked first in goals, second in points and tied for second in GWG…suffered a right quadriceps tendon laceration when he was cut by a skate blade, Mar. 6 @ COL…had surgery that night at a Denver hospital and missed the final 12 games of the regular season…the injury snapped his consecutive games played streak at a career-high 193 games, Jan. 9, 2006-Mar. 6, 2008…played in his 200th career NHL game, Feb. 15 vs. DAL…scored 16 seconds into the game, Jan. 4 vs. CHI, tying for the second-fastest in club history overall and the fastest ever at home…collected his 100th NHL point (assist), Dec. 29 @ CGY…represented the Western Conference at the 2008 All-Star Game, Jan. 27 @ ATL…2006-07: Won his first Stanley Cup championship in his second NHL season…appeared in all 21 of Anaheim’s Stanley Cup Playoff contests, ranking fourth on the team in goals and tied for seventh in the NHL in points…finished tied for second in club history for most points in a single playoff season behind teammate Ryan Getzlaf…scored the final goal of the 2007 postseason, an unassisted tally at 17:00 in the third period of Game 5 of the SCF, June 6 vs. OTT…collected two assists (a career postseason high) in Game 2 of the WCF, May 13 @ DET…scored a goal (the first of his postseason career) in Game 5 of the CQF, Apr. 19 vs. MIN…was one of eight Ducks to play in all 82 regular season games…2005-06: In his first NHL season, earned 0-3=3 points in 11 postseason games…ranked tied for second among rookies in PPA (2) during the postseason…collected his first career playoff point in Game 3 of the CQF, Apr. 25 vs. CGY…made his NHL postseason debut in Game 1 of the CQF, Apr. 21 @ CGY…collected 2-1=3 points (tying a rookie club record for most goals in a game) and recorded his first multiple-point NHL game, Jan. 28 @ LA…collected an assist, tying the Anaheim rookie record with eight shots on goal, Oct. 14 vs. CBJ…scored his first career NHL goal, Oct. 10 vs. EDM…recorded his first career NHL point in his NHL debut, Oct. 5 @ CHI.

SCHEDULE

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STANDINGS

WESTERN CONFERENCE
  TEAM GP W L OT GF GA PTS
1 ANA 7 6 1 0 25 14 12
2 NSH 7 5 0 2 19 13 12
3 LAK 7 5 1 1 17 10 11
4 CGY 9 5 3 1 25 19 11
5 CHI 6 4 1 1 18 10 9
6 SJS 8 4 3 1 27 25 9
7 VAN 6 4 2 0 20 17 8
8 DAL 6 3 1 2 21 20 8
9 MIN 5 3 2 0 12 4 6
10 STL 6 2 3 1 13 13 5
11 ARI 6 2 3 1 16 24 5
12 EDM 7 2 4 1 17 29 5
13 WPG 6 2 4 0 11 16 4
14 COL 7 1 4 2 12 24 4

STATS

2014-2015 REGULAR SEASON
SKATERS: GP G A +/- Pts
C. Perry 7 8 2 6 10
R. Getzlaf 7 2 8 3 10
R. Kesler 7 3 3 1 6
S. Vatanen 7 2 3 -2 5
M. Beleskey 7 4 0 3 4
J. Silfverberg 7 0 4 2 4
C. Fowler 7 0 4 4 4
D. Smith-Pelly 7 1 2 3 3
P. Maroon 3 0 3 -1 3
N. Thompson 7 0 3 -1 3
 
GOALIES: W L OT Sv% GAA
F. Andersen 6 0 0 .951 1.32
J. Gibson 0 1 0 .846 6.00

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