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Perry (knee) skated on his own back in Anaheim on Wednesday, Eric Stephens of the Orange County Register reports.

Perry isn't traveling with the Ducks on their road trip while he remains more than a few days away from playing, but his return to the ice does offer hope that he's coming close to the end of his recovery timetable. If he demonstrates strong progress over the next few days, he could be activated in time for next Monday's home game against the Sharks. Otherwise, his return wouldn't come until after the Christmas break.

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Perry will miss three-to-four weeks due to a sprained left knee, Janis Carr of the Orange County Register reports.

The Ducks wasted no time in placing Perry on injured reserve Monday after assessing his condition during an evaluation earlier in the day. The setback is a troubling development for Perry, considering his injury was initially categorized as a minor knee ailment when we was forced out of Friday's game. The Ducks will now be without their top sniper through at least the New Year, perhaps creating the opportunity for Kyle Palmieri, Jakob Silfverberg or Devante Smith-Pelly to emerge as Ryan Getzlaf's right-hand man on the top line.

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Perry (knee) was placed on injured reserve Monday.

The Ducks aren't expected to provide an update on the extent of Perry's injury until Tuesday, but the placement on IR ensures that he won't be eligible to return until Saturday, meaning he'll miss at least the team's next two games. Fantasy owners can only wait and hope that the Ducks' next status update on Perry doesn't extend his timetable much further than that.

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Perry (knee) will be re-evaluated when the Ducks return home, Eric Stephens of the Orange County Register reports.

Perry can safely be ruled out for Sunday's game against Winnipeg in light of this news. While Perry, who suffered the knee injury Friday, is currently without a timetable for a return, his evaluation early next week should yield an estimate for his recovery period.

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Perry suffered a minor knee injury in Friday's game, but will continue to travel with the team, Helene Elliot of the Los Angeles Times reports.

The fact that he will travel with the team to Winnipeg suggests he could take the ice in the very near future. Consider him day-to-day.

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Perry left Friday's game against the Wild in the first period and is doubtful to return.

Perry's injury came on a hip check by Keith Ballard, after which he was helped straight to the locker room. He missed an extended period of time earlier in the season with the mumps, as did multiple teammates. It would be another big blow to the club if the injury costs Perry more time, but the Ducks should provide an update on his status at some point before their next game Sunday against the Jets.

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Perry picked up two helpers in Wednesday's win over the Flyers.

Perry's second assist game on a power-play goal for Patrick Maroon, snapping the Ducks' 0-for-19 skid with the man advantage. In addition, Perry also beat goalie Steve Mason for the game-winning tally in the shootout.

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Perry scored a pair of goals, had an assist, and was credited with six shots on goal in Saturday's loss to San Jose.

An all-around dominant effort from Perry, who now has 14 goals in just 20 games this season. With 20 points in 20 games, to go with a plus-9 rating, Perry is an automatic start every game.

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Perry scored his 12th goal of the season while racking up four hits and two penalty minutes in Tuesday's 3-2 win over the Flames.

The goal was Perry's first since returning from a bout with the mumps virus five games ago, with his previous tally coming all the way back on Nov. 2. Despite the drought, Perry still ranks fourth in the NHL in goals and should begin to make up some ground on league leader Tyler Seguin now that he seems to be back to full strength.

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Perry (illness) managed two shots on goal and finished with a minus-2 rating over his 18:57 of ice time in Sunday's loss to the Panthers.

Perry didn't have much of an impact offensively in the blowout loss, but the Ducks were certainly glad to have him back active after he missed five games while battling the mumps virus. The team is still waiting on Francois Beauchemin to return from the same affliction, but it appears the illness is no longer festering in the Ducks' locker room.