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Fantasy Summary

Middle-six scoring winger, if he can find some consistency


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August 2020 – It was a disappointing season for Perron. After appearing to have figured out the AHL scoring game, his numbers were cut substantially in 2019-20. The RFA to be will likely be let go to free agency. Cam Robinson

June 2019 – Perron was dealt to the Vancouver Canucks on draft day. The 23-year-old scored 18 goals and 47 points in 63 AHL games last season. He brings a skilled, play-making game to the rink, but can get lost on the perimeter at times. He will require waivers to land in Utica next fall. Cam Robinson

December 2018 – Perron will head into the new year maintaining close to a point per game pace this season, holding down his spot on the Barracuda’s top line and the number one powerplay. It’s now a pretty safe bet that this pace is the new normal for Perron, at least at the AHL level. It won’t be long before Perron gets a look at the NHL level, but the Sharks top nine is pretty crowded so don’t expect big NHL numbers until some space opens up for him. Chris Legg

October 2018 – Not many people in hockey were talking about Perron when he was shipped to the Sharks organization as a part of the Erik Karlsson trade, but they are talking about him now. Perron has posted ten points through his first nine games with the Barracuda, proving he’s more than just a throw-in. His offensive skill has always been there but he’s only now being put in a position to show it off. The real key for Perron now will be consistency, something he’s struggled with in the past. If Perron can maintain this pace, he’ll be a good under-the-radar fantasy prospect target. Chris Legg

September 2018 – Perron has been traded from Ottawa t