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ST. LOUIS – St. Louis Blues Executive Vice President and General Manager Doug Armstrong announced today Blues forward David Perron will return to the lineup when the Blues host the Chicago Blackhawks Saturday, Dec. 3 at 7 p.m. CT at Scottrade Center. Including tonight’s game in Colorado, Perron will have missed the last 97 games after suffering a concussion on Nov. 4, 2010 against San Jose.
Prior to his injury, Perron had recorded seven points (five goals, two assists) in 10 games in 2010-11. Overall, he has accumulated 131 points (53 goals, 78 assists) in 235 games with the Blues since being drafted by St. Louis in the first round, 26th overall, of the 2007 NHL Entry Draft.
Currently, the Blues are 14-8-2 and sit fifth in the Western Conference.
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ST. LOUIS St. Louis Blues Executive Vice President and General Manager Doug Armstrong announced today Blues forward David Perron will return to the lineup when the Blues host the Chicago Blackhawks Saturday, Dec. 3 at 7 p.m. at Scottrade Center. Including Fridays game in Colorado, Perron will have missed the last 97 games after suffering a...
ST. LOUIS David Perron watched teammates shuffle past him in a walk from their bench to a tunnel. Organ music played, and the Chicago Blackhawks gathered on the ice for a postgame celebration. Nearby, the St. Louis Blues winger who returned to the lineup after a serious head injury tapped goalie Brian Elliott with his stick.
Perron was the last Blues player to turn his back on...
St. Louis Blues left wing David Perron will return to the lineup Saturday for the first time in more than a year.
Perron will make his first appearance since suffering a concussion on Nov. 4, 2010, when he took a hit from San Jose's Joe Thornton.
A first-round draft pick of St. Louis in 2007, Perron has missed 97 games because of the injury.
He had five goals in 10 games...
Great night for David Perron. The 23 year old left wing for the Blues made his return last night, his first game since November 4th of last season. He had been out with a concussion. The talented winger played 19 minutes and scored a nice goal, seen below. Perron is a guy that might help your Fantasy team in deep league’s. Perron had been having a great start to his last season...
This is great news! As I am sure you all know, David Perron has been fighting concussion symptoms for the better part of 9 months. There were many moments when i am sure he questioned if this day would ever come. Feel great for a great guy and really wish him the best!
And what a turn for the Blues! Perron is such a dynamic and skilled player. When you consider how well the...
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There are several ways to quantify David Perron's absence from the NHL: 97 games or 14 months or 393 days.
The wait for Perron, the St. Louis Blues and hockey fans is over on Saturday, as he'll return to the lineup against the Chicago Blackhawks after completing his comeback from a concussion.
Perron last played on Nov. 4, 2010, suffering a concussion on a blindside hit...
First game back, David Perron adds a goal to the delight of his teammates and fans.
St. Louis winger David Perron scored at 6:21 of the first period in his return to the Blues' lineup Saturday night against Chicago after missing 97 games because of a concussion.
There's an old adage that good things come to those who wait.
In David Perron's case, the statement couldn't be more true.
After missing 97 games with post-concussion syndrome, Perron returned to the lineup in a 5-2 loss to Chicago on Dec. 3...
St. Louis Blues forward David Perron, out almost 13 months with a concussion, is set to return to the lineup on Saturday.
St. Louis Blues forward David Perron, out almost 13 months with a concussion, is set to return to the lineup Saturday.
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