Corey Perry
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"Corey Perry" is a Canada/Canadian professional ice hockey winger (ice hockey)/winger and an Captain (ice hockey)#Alternate captains/alternate captain for the Anaheim Ducks of the National Hockey League (NHL). Drafted out of the Ontario Hockey League (OHL), he captured a Memorial Cup with the London Knights and a gold medal with Canada national junior hockey team/Team Canada at the World Junior Ice Hockey Championships/World Junior Championships during his Junior hockey#Major junior/major junior career. He was selected by the Ducks 28th overall in the 2003 NHL Entry Draft and won the Stanley Cup with the club in 2007 Stanley Cup Playoffs/2007. In 2008, Perry's numbers improved as he scored 29 goals and recorded 25 assists. In 2009, Perry scored 72 points and was named to his first NHL All-Star team. Perry continued his success in 2010 as he scored 27 goals and had 49 assists. In 2011, Perry won the Hart Memorial Trophy as the National Hockey League MVP for the 2010–11 NHL season/2010–11 season. He led the NHL with 50 goals and finished 3rd in points behind Daniel Sedin and Martin St. Louis with 98 points.

With Team Canada, he has won gold medals at the Ice hockey at the 2010 Winter Olympics/2010 and Ice hockey at the 2014 Winter Olympics/2014 Winter Olympics.

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You have to win 16 games, which is four rounds, then you have to play another tournament with the best of the west against the best of the east. They say it's one of the hardest trophies to win. You have to play the best teams at the end of the year, and everyone is tired and worn down.

We're trying to play our style of game. We just go out every night and try to work as hard as we can and do our thing.

Ryan and I worked as hard as we could every day. All we wanted to do was to show that we belonged up here, that we wanted to stay up here and that we never have to play another game down there.

Things like that happen in the game. There was a battle in the corner and it escalated. You've got to do what you've got to do.

It's great for your wind and strength.

It's unbelievable and exciting at the same time. It's what you want to do since growing up as a kid, when you finally get that chance it's pretty remarkable.

I wasn't happy. But in the end, I think it might have been a good thing. I did play a ton of minutes down there, and that brought up my confidence.