Vegas Golden Knights forward David Perron took part in a full practice today, wearing a non-contact jersey. This means that we could see Perron back in action tomorrow night against the Anaheim Ducks. He is dealing with an upper-body injury since November 24.
The 29-year old forward, drafted 26th overall by the St.Louis Blues in 2007, has played 673 games in the NHL with the Blues, the Golden Knights, the Edmonton Oilers, the Pittsburgh Penguins and the Anaheim Ducks, registering 397 points. He added 14 points in 43 playoff games. Vegas claimed him on the Expansion Draft from the Blues in last June.
Prior to his injury, the Sherbrooke, Quebec native scored six goals and added 13 assists for 19 points in 21 games played.