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04-10-2012, 01:11 PM
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Perron Finishes Goal Scoring Among League Elite

David Perron's 9 goals in his final 14 games rank his season finish among the elite, and put him at over 30 goal pace for an 82 game season. To compare I found how the rest of the 25+ goal scorers did down that same final 14 stretch. What's even more amazing is the fact that the Blues were one of the lowest scoring teams in that period(2.35g/g), and how many goal scorers simply fell off during this time. To say the least, I expect big things from this kid come play-off time, and I honestly think he's easily one of the most underrated players in the NHL.

Stamkos-12
Malkin-12
Cole-12
Ovechkin-11
Neal-10
Perron-9
Kovalchuk-8
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Impressive

His shot seems more accurate since his return.

No way I even dreamed he would crack 20 goals this season.

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Now that he has added consistency to his game, I can't wait to see what he does next season, with a full off-season workout.

My bold prediction this season was that we would win the division. Next season will be about our offense, I'm feeling a top 10 finish.

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I envison he leads the team in goals postseason. He was our best player in the Vancouver series imo. He has playoff performer written all over him.

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Mac and Perron are the two most important players offensively for the Blues. If they put up the numbers that they're capable of, and Backes and Berglund shut down the Sharks top lines, we have a good chance. We need a scoring line though. Somebody has to provide offense. Can't rely on PP chances or a fluke goal.

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Perron seems like he could have Marchand-esque postseason if the Blues make a deep run. Shifty, skilled player that can get under the oppositions skin.

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For Sure

Remember also in the Vancouver series he already was.

I think it was the 2nd game in Vancouver in the corner near the end of the game.

There was 4 Canucks Surrounding him taking shots at him.

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