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 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.
Perry left Friday’s game in the first period after suffering a knee injury and did not return. The Ducks confirmed this afternoon that he is out with no timetable for his return. He will be re-evaluated when the team returns to Anaheim. They have recalled Rickard Rakell from Norfolk (AHL).
Perry is out with a viral gland infection; he is undergoing testing and results are pending.
Perry, who has missed the last three games, was placed on IR on Sunday and it now sounds like he is going to miss a few more games with a viral infection. We will wait for official word from the Ducks after the testing results come in.
The Ducks have placed Corey Perry (flu) on injured reserve.
Perry will miss his third consecutive game when the Ducks take on Vancouver at Honda Center. He can be eligible to return for Wednesday's home game against the Kings. Perry has 11 goals to lead the Ducks, which also tie him with Rick Nash of the New York Rangers for the NHL lead. They placed Perry on IR to make room to call-up defenseman Mat Clark from Norfolk (AHL) to help fill holes on the blue line.
As expected, Perry (flu) did not take part in the Ducks’ morning skate.
Perry is expected to miss his third straight game with the flu when the Ducks welcome the Canucks on Sunday. Perry must have some pretty bad flu symptoms, because he has not been on the ice in five days.
Perry (flu) is doubtful for the Ducks’ game on Sunday.
Perry has missed the last two games and was not at Ducks’ practice on Saturday. He is struggling with the flu and it does not seem likely that he will play tomorrow vs. Vancouver. After Sunday, the Ducks are off until Wednesday, so there is a good chance he will be back for that clash with the Kings.
Perry (flu) is not on the ice for the Ducks morning skate.
Perry missed Wednesday’s game with the flu and has not skated for the last two days. He has to be considered doubtful for tonight’s meeting with the Coyotes. We will get an update after the morning skate.