He has three points in two games.
Perry's deal is the same length as the extension signed by captain Ryan Getzlaf earlier this month. Perry and Getzlaf have spent their entire careers together with Anaheim, winning the Stanley Cup in 2007 and earning Olympic gold medals for Canada together in 2010. Perry was named league MVP in 2011, when he won the Richard Trophy as the NHL's top goal-scorer with his first 50-goal season. The physical forward has 453 points in 555 games with the Ducks.
Perry has been suspended for four games without pay by the NHL for a high, late check on Minnesota's Jason Zucker. The punishment was announced by the league on Wednesday.
Perry has eight goals and 10 assists in the last 13 games.
Perry has 15 points over his last 10 games.
Perry is kicking major butt with 11 points in six games. He's a fantasy player's dream at the moment since he is red-hot.
Perry has started to pick up the pace after a lackluster start. He has four goals and three assists during the Ducks' last four games.
Perry, who has 27 or more goals in each of the last five seasons, is scoring on just 8.8 percent of his shots this year, matching his previous career low from 2006-07.
But both sides must make decisions before a deal is done. The Ducks must figure out how much they're willing to spend on two 27-year-old forwards with top-level talent and disappointing recent results.
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