Corey Perry Stats
- Height / Weight
- 75 / 208 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 5/16/1985 (37)
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Corey Perry News
Tampa Bay Lightning right wing Corey Perry reached a special achievement in Monday's 6-2 win over Colorado, becoming the first player in NHL history to score for four different teams in the Stanley Cup Final. He grabbed the historic goal late in the second period on the power play. Tampa snapped a 0-for-16 drought with the man advantage. Perry now has six goals for this year's playoffs and nine points, which is a pretty decent haul for a bottom-six forward. Four of his goals have come on the power play as he typically skates with the top unit.
Tampa Bay Lightning right wing Corey Perry has turned back the clock in the 2022 Stanley Cup Playoffs and has a chance to match his career-high postseason goal streak Monday against Florida. The 2011 MVP has scored in each of the first three games in the series against the Panthers. He set his record with a four-game streak all the way back in 2009. Perry also has an opportunity to tie Teemu Selanne and Brendan Shanahan for the longest playoff goal streak in NHL history by a player aged 37 or older. The veteran winger has tallied five goals in total during the postseason, which puts him tied for the team lead with Ross Colton.
Tampa Bay Lightning right wing Corey Perry continued his recent scoring surge with a three-point effort on Sunday against Philadelphia, finishing a 7-1 victory with two goals and one assist. The veteran winger is now averaging a point per game in his past eight outings after previously sitting on just one point for the campaign. The former MVP could be an interesting piece for teams in deep leagues, with Tampa having taken a beating from the injury bug. Perry will have a nice three-game slate this week, which includes meeting with Montreal and Ottawa, who are both struggling.
Tampa Bay Lightning right wing Corey Perry scored his second goal of the season in Sunday's 4-2 loss to Minnesota, extending his point streak to four games. The veteran winger has been a non-factor offensively for most of the season, but he's hit form at a good time, with the team battling injuries. Perry now boasts five points for the campaign with 36 shots. The injury bug struck again on Sunday, with Mathieu Joseph (undisclosed) leaving the game early, so Perry's role could grow even bigger soon.