Small sample size. Remember how bad the Perron-Backes-Oshie line was at the start. Besides a handful of games, we have yet to see the good Perron. In the majority of games, we have seen bad Perron, and not bad Perron. Anyone disagreeing, simply isn't remembering.
And through January and February he was on pace for 56 points, not spectacular.
Most would have expected around a 60 point pace from Perron so 56 points would have been about right. That is even more impressive if the "bad" Perron is the one doing it. Would "good" PErron be on a 75 pont pace?