Perry is the top scorer in the Stanley Cup playoffs with 15 points in nine games for the Ducks, who went 8-1 in the first two rounds. Perry left Game 5 against the Flames last Sunday after a leg-on-leg hit from Calgary's Matt Stajan in the second period, but returned moments later. Perry eventually scored the series-winning overtime goal, sending Anaheim to its first conference finals since 2007. The 2011 NHL MVP scored 55 points in 67 regular-season games for Anaheim.
Perry faces the lowly Avs next and should get to 34 or 35.
Perry has four of his team-leading 32 goals and one assist in his last four games.
Perry's point was just his third in the last nine games.
Perry is up to 27 goals and 18 assists and Anaheim is 14-3-1 when he scores at least one goal.
The Anaheim forward has seven points on a five-game streak.
Perry ended a five-game goal drought, though he has six goals and 10 points over his last five home games.
Perry, who leads the team with 18 goals despite being limited to 29 games, has eight career hat tricks.
Perry was injured when Wild defenseman Keith Ballard hit him with a low hip check during the Ducks' 5-4 win at Minnesota on Dec. 5.
His 14 goals put him among the league leaders in scoring.