#NHLJets forward Mathieu Perreault is activated from IR and will play tonight. Mark Stuart placed on retroactive IR with lower-body injury.
Sporting News "Mathieu Perreault scored four goals in the Jets' 8-2 romp over the Panthers on Tuesday in Winnipeg, but he owes Gail McDonald of Brandon, Manitoba, a million-dollar apology for his performance. Had Perreault scored one more time, McDonald would have won $1 million, courtesy of Safeway's..." January 14
#NHLDucks Getzlaf suffered a strained shoulder against Dallas, and center Mathieu Perreault dealt with a groin injury.
#NHLDucks Boudreau also said Beleskey & Andersen (lower-body injuries) would miss tomorrow night's game. Perreault is a game-time decision.
Mathieu Perreault said he's going to get treatment for his injury all day and calls himself a game-time decision.
INJURY UPDATE: #NHLDucks Mathieu Perreault suffered a lower-body injury in last night's game and is day-to-day.
Pro Hockey Talk "Mathieu Perreault was one of the league’s biggest surprises earlier this season with 13 points in his first 14 games, but that seems like a distant memory now. The 25-year-old forward has recorded just two assists since then and now he’ll be out for at least three contests after the Anaheim..." December 05
Appears Mathieu Perreault will be back for the Ducks tonight against the Flyers. Don't think Dustin Penner is ready yet but he's skating.
NHL.com "Mathieu Perreault sat out the Anaheim Ducks' game Sunday against the Columbus Blue Jackets with a sore left wrist, but after going through a full practice for the second straight day Tuesday, he'll be back in the lineup Tuesday night when the Ducks face the Philadelphia Flyers. Getting the..." October 29
CSN Washington "Mathieu Perreault has been down this road before having to prove himself to Bruce Boudreau and Dale Hunter. Now in his second year under Adam Oates he’s back in those same murky waters not exactly sure how he fits into the Capitals’ plans this season. “So far I’m just kind of looking at it..." September 24
Washington Post "Proving he deserves a regular spot in the lineup and consistent ice time is nothing new for Mathieu Perreault. He’s bounced in and out of the mix depending on everything from his output to the health of his teammates, and he knows that if he wants to establish himself under Coach Adam Oates he’ll..." February 12
Washington Post "After playing the past two games among the top six forwards, it appears Marcus Johansson will be a healthy scratch tonight when the Capitals host the Florida Panthers at Verizon Center. Johansson, who recorded his first goal of the season on Feb. 5 against Toronto, has been inconsistent this..." February 09