It appears the Ducks avoided another injury catastrophe, at least for now.
Corey Perry, who suffered what appeared to be a knee injury during Monday’s win over the Carolina Hurricanes is week-to-week for a return, coach Randy Carlyle said Tuesday.
The former 50-goal scorer will be reevaluated in a week, for what is officially being called a lower-body injury, but is walking without crutches.
Perry, 32, collided with Hurricanes winger Jeff Skinner and Ducks defenseman Kevin Bieksa during the first period, and his right knee bent awkwardly .
The top-line forward fell to the ice in a heap, laid face down for a few moments and then collected himself. Perry hobbled off...