I'd like to see Perron drop the puck off to Tarasenko when he enters into the zone. It would open up some more opportunities on the ice. A couple times in the past two games he has had the chance to give the puck to an open Tarasenko and didn' take advantage of him.
Does Tarasenko take the shortest shifts in the NHL?
Can't remember where I read it, but he said one of the things that is stressed is "change, change, change". I agree though, looks like he takes it too literally! One of the many adjustments he'll make as he becomes more comfortable.