DAVID PERRON RUMORS & GOSSIP
Like much of the last two months, letâs just ignore the Edmonton Oilersâ 6-2 thrashing by the Phoenix Coyotes last night. I donât possess enough fingers to point them at all the culprits and characteristics that factored into another embarrassing home loss by the Western Conferenceâs worst team. The offense was atrocious when the puck wasnât on David Perronâs...
The Edmonton Oilers and Dallas Stars mixed it up on the ice on Sunday.
Jordan Eberle and David Perron each scored in a shootout Sunday, pushing Edmonton to a 3-2 victory over Dallas.
The Oilers were trailing 2-1 with 5:07 left in the third period when Andrew Ference shot the equalizer from the blue line past the Stars’ Kari Lehtonen.
Watch this video of how the Oilers...
Fantasy Hockey Transaction Trends: Who is being Added? LW David Perron, Edmonton Oilers: I wonder why? Those 4 point nights will do it for you, however there is much more at play here. Perron is what I like to dub, a stat filler. He’ll spend time in the box because of his fiesty play and often untimely questionable penalties. He can score and he could post career highs this season...
David Perron is kind of a jerk.
Which, if you’re the Edmonton Oilers, is kind of awesome.
How long have they been looking for a guy who can play, who nobody really likes playing against? Probably since Esa Tikkanan left.
And Perron, with his hacking at goalies, fencing with opponents, face-washing and running his mouth, as much at home in a scrum as he is around the net, fits...
You know it’s been a rough year when then highlight of the season is a Tuesday nighter against Columbus.
But long-suffering Edmonton Oilers fans, who’ve been begging for something to get excited about, didn’t give a damn about the who and when of a shocking, and shockingly good, 7-0 victory.
All that mattered was the where. As in where in the heck did that come from?
David Perron had a career-high four points with two goals and two assists and the Edmonton Oilers routed the Columbus Blue Jackets 7-0 on Tuesday.
Oilers goalie Devan Dubnyk only needed 14 saves to record his first shutout of the season.
Jordan Eberle, Ryan Smyth, Nail Yakupov, Taylor Hall and Justin Schultz also scored for the Oilers, who improved to just 2-7-0 at home this season...
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19 days ago
It wasn’t that David Perron had erased all memory of the first frightful forty minutes. He was acutely aware of the fact that the Edmonton Oilers had been out battled, outshot, outscored by the Calgary Flames.
But given that the Oilers had dragged a five-game losing streak into the Scotiabank Saddledome, he was not about to downplay the value of Saturday’s 4-2 victory.
David Perron scored the go-ahead goal midway through the third period then added his second of the game into an empty net and the Edmonton Oilers rallied from a 2-0 third-period deficit to win 4-2 over the Calgary Flames on Saturday.
Perron had the puck behind the Flames net and banked it off the back of goaltender Reto Berra at 10:23. The goal came just over two minutes after another...
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22 days ago
Oilers winger David Perron, a last-minute scratch last game against Toronto, didn’t practise Thursday as his condition changed from illness to injury.
“We’ll see,” said head coach Dallas Eakins, when asked about Perron’s status for Saturday against Detroit. “He wasn’t feeling well the other day. I think he’s over that, and he’s got a ton of pain in his back and...
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ST. LOUIS -- A day after Doug Armstrong told reporters no player on his team was safe from a potential trade, the St. Louis Blues' general manager showed he wasn't bluffing.
David Perron is no longer a Blue.
The left wing was traded by the team Wednesday, shipped to the Edmonton Oilers for forward Magnus Paajarvi and a second-round draft pick in 2014. Both clubs officially...