Cole Perfetti Stats
- Height / Weight
- 71 / 184 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 1/1/2002 (21)
Cole Perfetti Last 10 Games
Cole Perfetti News
Winnipeg Jets center Cole Perfetti produced another productive outing in Friday's 3-2 win over the Sabres, getting a goal in a fifth consecutive game. He got the scoring started in the game early in the second period. Perfetti became just the second player in franchise history to register a five-game goal streak at age 21 or younger, joining Patrik Laine. He's bagged six goals in total for the season and boasts 14 points through 16 games. The youngster from Whitby, Ontario has started to make big strides in his game and also has an eight-game point streak going following Friday's outing.
Winnipeg Jets center Cole Perfetti returned to the lineup in Monday's preseason contest against Calgary and logged an assist in a 5-4 loss. The young forward took a nasty hit to the head last week in a matchup versus Calgary, but he was luckily able to recover quickly. Perfetti is slated to center the second line this season for Winnipeg. He has posted 10 goals and 37 points in his first 69 career games, but Perfetti's productivity should get a good boost in 2023-24. The Jets also had Mason Appleton (lower body) back in the lineup Monday.
Winnipeg Jets forward Cole Perfetti (upper body) returned to practice in a regular jersey on Friday. Perfetti left Wednesday's preseason game against Calgary with an upper-body injury after taking a hit to the head and underwent evaluation afterward. He appears to be alright, though, and should be ready to go at the start of the season. Perfetti is a sneaky late-round sleeper, as he should get plenty of ice time as part of Winnipeg's second line with Nikolai Ehlers and Nino Niederreiter, as well as some powerplay time that could grow as the season goes on. The sophomore had eight goals and 22 assists for 30 points in 51 games in his rookie campaign.
Winnipeg Jets center Cole Perfetti is getting evaluated for an upper-body injury after taking a hit to the head in Wednesday's preseason game against Calgary. Perfetti's night was cut short in the second period when Flames forward Martin Pospisil delivered him a late shoulder check. The 2022-23 campaign already ended prematurely for Perfetti due to injury, and he will likely be very frustrated if he misses time again. Before suffering a season-ending upper-body injury in February, Perfetti collected 30 points (eight goals, 22 assists) in 51 appearances.