Apparently, David Perron just needed to get out of Pittsburgh.
One of the newest Ducks was the difference-maker in the latest chapter of the Ducks-Kings rivalry Thursday night, producing his first three-point game of the season to lead the Ducks to a 4-2 win at Staples Center.
The winger, acquired last month in a trade with the Penguins, combined with center Ryan Getzlaf for five points. Getzlaf scored his first even-strength goal of the season and set up Perron in the first period for the 500th assist of his career. Perron has eight points in six games with the Ducks.
“I think it's all about him, to be honest with you,” Perron said of Getzlaf. “Finding...
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