St. Louis Blues: The 7 Best Goals of David Perron's Career

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St. Louis Blues: The 7 Best Goals of David Perron's Career
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After receiving a huge blind-side hit by Joe Thornton on November 4, 2010, St. Louis Blues forward David Perron acquired a concussion and spent 394 days out, missing 97 games dealing with its aftermath.

It was a long road (even longer than Sidney Crosby's) toward becoming 100 percent, and on Saturday, against the Chicago Blackhawks, Perron played in his first NHL game in more than a year.

He scored a goal in his first game back on his first shot, which should be no surprise, considering he is one of the most talented players in the NHL.

Perron is an excellent skater and phenomenal skick-handler, and his on-ice creativity and hockey sense are reminiscent of Pavel Datsyuk.

So, in celebration of his return to the NHL and to showcase his skill level, here are the seven best goals of his tenure in the league.   

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