Jan 25, 2014, 10:56 PM EDT
Corey Perry will have his name entered in the history books.
The Anaheim Ducks forward opened the scoring in the first period of Saturday’s game against the L.A. Kings at Dodger Stadium, becoming the first ever NHL player to score in the historic landmark.
Not necessarily a thing of beauty, as Perry buried the puck into a wide open net after it got through Jonathan Quick and was lying precariously in the crease during a scramble in front. It counts as Perry’s 28th goal of the season.
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- Jonathan Toews talks about the Patrick Kane situation 28
- Voynov detained by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement 22
- Ex-‘Hawks goalie Raanta tees off on former club 31
- Report: Hawks feel Kane ‘disrespected’ team, have received trade calls 119
- Hawks’ biggest question: What happens with Patrick Kane? 82
- Hall of Famer Al Arbour passes away 22
- Poll: Who will be San Jose’s next captain? 24
- Mike Richards charged with possession of controlled substance 95
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