Corey Perry’s 300th profession objective is a thing of charm for the Ducks

Numerous steps in such a little location
Bear in mind the panic that embeddeded in when Corey Perry had not been scoring for the Anaheim Ducks formerly this season? Well, those issues are more than likely now long due to the fact that forgotten after seeing Perry’s 300th profession goal Wednesday night.
Anaheim’s alternate captain as invested his whole professional profession with the Ducks, an 11-season run that’s been loadeded with big plays and highlight reel objectives. His 300th was no exception, as the Edmonton Oilers made the mistake of letting Perry sit all alone in the slot for more than a couple of seconds.
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Perry gets the pass from the boards on the backhand, extending the stick to take the puck far from an Oiler protector. The alternate captain then goes to the forehand, then back to the backhand and raises the puck over goaltender Anders Nilsson for the 3-2 Ducks lead in the 3rd period. How Perry manages so many steps in simply a little spot of ice is mind-blowing, and is definitely amongst his finest for No. 300.
KEEP IN MIND: Corey Perry has actually tied Paul Kariya for 2nd among franchise leaders in goals (300). #LetsGoDucks
— Anaheim Ducks (@AnaheimDucks) November 12, 2015

 

 

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