The Ducks are either thermodynamically impervious to momentum, or, even more useful in the NHL playoffs, they have short memories. Goldfish-short. Short enough to win four separate games this postseason that they trailed by two goals, or to come back from an 0-2 hole in the conference semis, or to forget a 7-1 blowout…
During the Jets-Ducks playoff series, Winnipeg fans chanted “Katy Perry” at Anaheim’s Corey Perry. NHL commissioner Gary Bettman was asked about it today. He did not answer the question gracefully.
Despite it being 2014, some hockey players have the mumps. Anaheim Ducks leading goalscorer Corey Perry is over his bout after missing four games, while defenseman Francois Beauchemin is still contagious and must remain quarantined.
Corey Perry is the master of walking that fine line between scamp and scoundrel. During last night's Kings win, TSN dug up footage of Game 1 of Perry filling L.A.'s Jeff Carter's glove with water.
I want to give Corey Perry all the credit in the world for this gorgeous goal-of-the-year candidate, a deking, falling, sliding shot from his knees. But then I remember it comes against the Islanders, who have lost 10 in a row and probably still would have conceded a goal had all of Perry's limbs fallen off.
Ryan McDonagh flipped Corey Perry into the Rangers' bench twice in the span of 12 seconds during Monday night's Ducks-Rangers game. What's the saying? Flip me once, shame on you. Flip me twice, my teammates come over to help.
Wild winger Jason Zucker spent several minutes down on the ice tonight after suffering a hit to the head from Corey Perry midway through the Ducks-Wild game in Minnesota tonight.
Reasonable hockey fans have spent much of the past week sticking up for Alexander Radulov and Andrei Kostitsyn of the Nashville Predators. Barry Trotz benched both forwards for game three of the Western Conference semifinals after they missed curfew, and then he benched them again for game four. It seemed like Trotz's…
Perhaps referees can't be bothered to care when two last-place teams go at it. That's the only possible explanation for the lack of a call on Anaheim's Corey Perry for tripping up Carolina's Jussi Jokinen. It wasn't away from the puck, or in a cloud of bodies, but right out there in the open where everyone and their…
Anaheim's Corey Perry was just trying to set up a teammate in front of the net as the clocked ticked down. Instead, he ended up committing one of the biggest goofs in recent memory.