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Lightning's Corey Perry: Scores in third straight game

Perry logged a goal on three shots in Sunday's 5-1 win over the Panthers. Perry picked up another tally on a deflection, redirecting a Ryan McDonagh feed to open the scoring in the first period. It's been quite a series so far for the 37-year-old winger, who has a goal in each of the first three games. Perry now has five goals and an assist in the playoffs after recording 40 points (19 goals, 21 assists) in the regular season.
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Lightning's Corey Perry: Scores again in Game 2 win

Perry scored a goal on his lone shot in Thursday's 2-1 win over the Panthers. Perry opened the scoring on a first-period power play, deflecting a feed from Steven Stamkos past Sergei Bobrovsky. The 37-year-old winger has two goals and an assist through the first two games of the series. Three of his four goals in the postseason have come on the power play.
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Lightning's Corey Perry: Picks up two points

Perry logged a goal and an assist in Tuesday's 4-1 win over the Panthers. Perry tied the game 1-1 with a power-play goal in the second period. He'd later record an assist on Pierre-Edouard Bellemare's eventual game-winner early in the third. The 37-year-old winger now has three goals and an assist in the playoffs after picking up 19 goals and 21 assists in the regular season. Perry should continue to provide some value on Tampa Bay's top power-play unit.
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Corey Perry knows: Show up in Game 7 and you’ll be remembered

TORONTO — Corey Perry remembers staging Game 7s in his mind as a kid, playing on the street and pretending he was the hero in the Stanley Cup finale. “In your head you’re saying, ‘Yeah, it’s just a hockey game,’” Perry said Saturday before the Lightning’s Game 7 against the Maple Leafs. “But yeah, it’s Game 7, it’s the playoffs … These are where names are made.”
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Lightning’s Corey Perry still a postseason difference maker in his own unique way

TAMPA — Corey Perry has been to the postseason enough times to understand that anything can happen. He won the Stanley Cup in his first full NHL season at the age of 22 with Anaheim, then waited 13 years for his next Cup final. He helped two teams, the Stars and Canadiens, to the doorstep of a championship the past two seasons, with both teams losing to the Lightning.
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Lightning's Corey Perry: Tallies on power play

Perry scored a power-play goal in Sunday's 7-3 win over the Maple Leafs in Game 4. Perry stretched the Lightning's lead to 5-0 with his second-period tally. The winger has posted two goals on eight shots with a minus-3 rating in four playoff contests. His role with the man advantage makes him intriguing in fantasy, but Perry's even strength assignment is on the fourth line, so his offense is likely to remain limited.
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Lightning's Corey Perry: Getting under skin of Leafs

Perry scored a goal Wednesday in a 5-3 win over the Maple Leafs in Game 2. It was his 46th career postseason goal. But even more important than the goal, Perry was at his irritating best against the Leafs' lower lines, dragging them into far too many penalties Wednesday. And the Bolt's power play took advantage. Perry's impact will be felt in ways beyond goals and assists, especially if he can continue to frustrate his opponents into taking silly minor infractions.
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Jared Spurgeon, Wayne Simmonds, Pat Maroon, Corey Perry avoid suspension, earn fines

The first night of the Stanley Cup Playoffs was a wild one, with penalties, fights, and dangerous plays happening all across the league. Kyle Clifford will have a hearing later Tuesday for his transgression, but four other players have avoided suspensions entirely. Jared Spurgeon, Wayne Simmonds, Pat Maroon and Corey Perry have all earned fines for their respective incidents, with the Minnesota Wild captain’s punishment especially notable, given his importance to his team.
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NHL fines Corey Perry, Pat Maroon and Jared Spurgeon for playoffs' skirmish

A trio of players have been fined the maximum amount allowable for their roles in extracurricular activities during night one of the NHL playoffs. Forwards Corey Perry and Pat Maroon of the Tampa Bay Lightning were levied $2,500 fines, while Minnesota Wild defenseman Jared Spurgeon was fined $5,000. The fines...
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Lightning's Corey Perry: Another power-play goal

Perry scored a power-play goal in a 6-4 win over the Islanders on Friday. He ends the season with a power-play goal in back-to-back games. Perry continues to be a productive bottom-six scorer and a strong presence on the power play. He finishes the regular season with 19 goals, including six on the power play, and 40 points in 82 games.
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COREY PERRY CHASES ZACH SANFORD IN SCRUM TO FIGHT (VIDEO)

The evolution of Corey Perry from Hart Trophy level scorer to fourth line grinder / enforcer is an interesting story. Once an elite scorer in the league, "The Worm" finds himself crashing & banging rather than ending the night on the highlight reel. The cool thing about Perry is that...
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