Ed Jovanovski

Puck is 'just not going in' for Ducks' Perry

Puck is 'just not going in' for Ducks' Perry

His routine is the same. He’s always the last player to leave the ice during pregame warmups and takes a rink-long shot at the opposing net before he hops through the tunnel into the dressing room.

Hockey players often alter things during a slump, maybe use a different stick. But Corey Perry said he hasn’t changed anything during a 15-game goal-scoring drought, his longest since his rookie season in 2005-06.

Perry loathes to talk about it, largely because there’s not much more to say. The scoring chances are there: He’s put 43 shots on net during the slump and is the Ducks’ co-leading scorer going into a western Canada swing that starts Thursday at the...