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85 Mathieu Perreault C
Height/Weight: 5-10/185 | Birthdate: 1/5/1988 | Birthplace: Drummondville, Quebec, Canada | Team: Winnipeg Jets | College: None | NHL Experience: 5 | Salary: $1,000,000 | Owned/Started%: 29/11 | Average Draft Position: 9999
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4/24/2015

Mathieu Perreault, C, WPG

Mathieu Perreault

Jets' Perreault Played Through Injury In Playoffs

News: Mathieu Perreault played with a high ankle sprain and ripped ligaments in his hand in the Jets' playoff series against the Ducks, 680 CJOB Sports reports.
Analysis: It's certainly admirable Mathieu Perreault was able to suit up while so banged up, especially considering he was able to register two assists in the three games he was able to play in in the series. He should be ready for the beginning of next season.

4/19/2015

Mathieu Perreault, C, WPG

Mathieu Perreault

Jets' Perreault (Lower Body) Game Time Decision

News: Mathieu Perreault (lower body) skated Saturday morning and is considered a game-time decision for Game 2 against the Ducks, Eric Stephens of the Orange County Register reports.
Analysis: Mathieu Perreault is still recovering from a lower body injury he sustained on Apr. 9. Although he's reportedly close to returning to the Jets' lineup, he may have to wait until Game 3 on Monday to do so, as he remains a true game-time decision for Saturday's Game 2. The Jets will provide an update on his status prior to puck drop on Saturday.

4/18/2015

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Mathieu Perreault

Jets' Perreault Will Start

News: Mathieu Perreault will start Saturday for the Jets.
Analysis: Mathieu Perreault suffered a lower body injury and missed Game 1 of their playoff series. He was able to warm up Saturday, but it is still unknown if he will get his full playing time or if the injury will affect his play. The start, however, is a good sign for his health moving forward.

4/18/2015

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Mathieu Perreault

Jets' Perreault Warming Up

News: Mathieu Perreault (lower body) is on the ice for pre-game warmups, Tim Campbell of The Winnipeg Free Press reports.
Analysis: Although going through warmups is an encouraging sign that he could play, there is still no guarantee that Mathieu Perreault will be able to play Saturday. A further update on his status will be available closer to puck drop.

4/17/2015

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Mathieu Perreault

Jets' Perreault (Lower Body) Skating With Team

News: Mathieu Perreault took part in the Jets' optional morning skate on Friday, Ken Wiebe of the Winnipeg Sun reports.
Analysis: While it isn't confirmation that Mathieu Perreault will be able to suit up for Game 2 of Winnipeg's playoff series against the Ducks, the fact that he was able to return to the ice on Friday is certainly a promising development. However, he'll likely remain a game-time decision for Saturday's game. The Jets' will confirm his status prior to puck drop on Saturday.

4/17/2015

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Mathieu Perreault

Jets' Perreault Still A Game-Time Call

News: Coach Paul Maurice reiterated after Thursday's morning skate that Mathieu Perreault (lower body) remains a game-time decision for the Jets' Game 1 matchup later in the evening with the Ducks.
Analysis: Mathieu Perreault didn't participate in line rushes with the Jets during the morning skate and didn't take the ice until after all the regulars had departed, so his chances of playing Wednesday wouldn't seem promising. Nevertheless, the Jets' medical staff will wait and see how Perreault progresses over the afternoon before making a call on his status. Matt Halischuk will enter the lineup if Perreault can't go.

4/16/2015

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Mathieu Perreault

Jets' Perreault (Lower Body) Out For Game 1

News: Mathieu Perreault was not on the ice for pregame warmups, indicating he will sit for Game 1 against the Ducks, Ken Wiebe of the Winnipeg Sun reports.
Analysis: Mathieu Perreault was considered a true game-time decision for the contest, but it appears he will need to skip it. Matt Halischuk will draw into the lineup in his place. Perreault's next chance to return comes Saturday against the Jets.

4/15/2015

Mathieu Perreault, C, WPG

Mathieu Perreault

Jets' Perreault To Be Game-Time Decision

News: Coach Paul Maurice said that Mathieu Perreault (lower body) would be a game-time decision for Thursday's Game 1 matchup with the Ducks, Sara Orlesky of TSN reports.
Analysis: Mathieu Perreault skated on his own after Wednesday's practice concluded, which doesn't seem encouraging for his availability Thursday. However, if he's able to get back on the ice with the full team Thursday morning, Maurice could upgrade the forward's status heading into the evening. Perreault rebounded from a rough start to his first season with the Jets to finish with outputs of 18 goals and 23 assists, numbers very similar to what he supplied in 2013-14 with the Ducks.

4/15/2015

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Mathieu Perreault

Jets' Perreault Misses Practice Again

News: Mathieu Perreault (lower body) sat out Wednesday's practice, Ken Wiebe of the Winnipeg Sun reports.
Analysis: The Jets haven't made a ruling on Mathieu Perreault's status for Thursday's postseason opener against the Ducks one way or the other, but his absence from practice on the eve of Game 1 doesn't bode well. Matt Halischuk has been skating on the Jets' third line in place of Perreault.

4/14/2015

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Mathieu Perreault

Jets' Perreault Iffy For Game 1

News: Mathieu Perreault (lower body) did not work with the Jets' main group at Tuesday's practice, Ken Wiebe of the Winnipeg Sun reports.
Analysis: More on Mathieu Perreault's status as Thursday's Game 1 against the Ducks approaches, but at this stage, he appears to slot into the day-to-day category.

4/14/2015

Mathieu Perreault, C, WPG

Mathieu Perreault

Jets' Perreault Has Good Chance To Play In Game 1

News: Mathieu Perreault (lower body) will skate this week and has a good chance to play in Game 1 depending on how he responds to practices, Sara Orlesky of TSN reports.
Analysis: Mathieu Perreault missed Saturday's game with what can likely be deemed a minor lower-body injury, but his status heading into Thursday's contest remains unclear at this point. However, his status should clear up as the week moves on.

4/10/2015

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Mathieu Perreault

Jets' Perreault Ruled Out For Saturday

News: Mathieu Perreault (lower body) will not play in Saturday's regular-season finale against the Flames.
Analysis: Jets coach Paul Maurice said he doesn't believe the injury is "catastrophic," indicating that Mathieu Perreault may stand some chance to be ready for the beginning of the playoffs. The winger suffered his injury early in Thursday's game against the Avalanche, and he was not able to return to the contest.

4/9/2015

Mathieu Perreault, C, WPG

Mathieu Perreault

Jets' Perreault Done With Lower-Body Injury

News: Mathieu Perreault suffered a lower-body injury early in Thursday's game against the Avalanche and will not return, Ken Wiebe of the Winnipeg Sun reports.
Analysis: Mathieu Perreault finished the night with just 7:18 of ice time and one shot on goal, taking eight shifts. It could be a big blow to the Jets and their playoff run if the issue turns out to be anything serious, but an update on his status should be provided at some point before the regular season comes to a close Saturday.

4/5/2015

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Mathieu Perreault

Three Assists For Jets' Perreault

News: Mathieu Perreault dished out three assists in Saturday's 5-4 win over the Canucks.
Analysis: What a performance by Mathieu Perreault, who looked sharp in his third game back from a lower-body injury that kept him out for over a month. He's an underrated piece of the Jets attack and could provide a last-minute burst of offense for those battling for a title with a week left in the regular season.

3/29/2015

Mathieu Perreault, C, WPG

Mathieu Perreault

Jets' Perreault (Lower Body) Will Be Available

News: Mathieu Perreault (lower body) will be available for Sunday's game against the Blackhawks, Ed Tait of the Winnipeg Free Press reports.
Analysis: Mathieu Perreault has not played in more than a month after suffering a lower body injury back in mid-February. After resuming skating Thursday, he's recovered to the point that coach Paul Maurice feels comfortable deploying him Sunday. At this point, it's unclear if Perreault will be limited by the injury or if he'll have his ice time capped at a certain total.

3/26/2015

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Mathieu Perreault

Jets' Perreault Could Be Back As Soon As Sunday

News: Mathieu Perreault (lower body) is hoping to return to the Jets' lineup Sunday against the Blackhawks, Paul Friesen of the Winnipeg Sun reports.
Analysis: It appeared the Jets might have lost Mathieu Perreault for the season after he suffered the lower-body injury Feb. 16, but he was able to resume skating Thursday morning, signaling that he's closing in on a return. Coach Paul Maurice was less optimistic that Perreault would be back by Sunday, instead targeting the April 4 game versus the Canucks as a more realistic date for the forward's reentry into the lineup. No matter when Perreault draws back in, his arrival will be a welcome development for the Jets as they jockey for playoff positioning down the stretch.

2/18/2015

Mathieu Perreault, C, WPG

Mathieu Perreault

Jets' Perreault Could Be Out For Season

News: Coach Paul Maurice said Wednesday that Mathieu Perreault has been ruled out indefinitely with a lower-body injury, with the Jets fearing he could be lost for the season, Paul Friesen of the Winnipeg Sun reports. The Jets have moved Perreault to injured reserve, according to Sara Orlesky of TSN.
Analysis: Mathieu Perreault's long-term absence will create a major hole on the Jets' second line, as the winger had rebounded from a woeful start to the season to deliver 30 points (16 goals, 14 assists) over his last 32 games. Carl Klingberg was recalled from AHL St. John's to take Perreault's roster spot, but it's more likely that Dustin Byfuglien will shuffle back from defense to forward to claim Perreault's second-line gig. The Jets will see how Perreault progresses over the next few weeks before offering a firmer timetable for his return, but those in season-long leagues are probably best served cutting bait with him in favor of a healthier option.

2/17/2015

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Mathieu Perreault

Jets' Perreault Suffers Lower-Body Injury

News: Mathieu Perreault left Monday's game against the Oilers with a lower-body injury, the Winnipeg Free Press reports.
Analysis: With Drew Stafford (upper body) also exiting the contest, Winnipeg was forced to play most of the third period with just 10 forwards. Speaking after the game, Jets coach Paul Maurice did not have an update on either player's status, but Mathieu Perreault was spotted leaving the arena with a walking boot. Winnipeg's next game is scheduled for Thursday in Washington.

2/11/2015

Mathieu Perreault, C, WPG Jets' Perreault On Hot Streak

Mathieu Perreault

Jets' Perreault On Hot Streak

News: Mathieu Perreault has been on fire of late, registering at least one point in each of Winnipeg's last three games while tallying five points in total over that span.
Analysis: Mathieu Perreault now has 18 goals and 18 assists on the season, and is on pace to post career bests in both of those statistical categories. He's also notched 11 power-play points this season, and has now cemented a role on the Jets' top power-play unit. Admittedly, his surge in production has coincided with Dustin Byfuglien joining the Jets' second offensive line with Perreault and Mark Scheifele during Winnipeg's last four games. With the departure of Zach Bogosian in Tuesday's blockbuster deal with the Sabres, Byfuglien will now return to the blue line. However, it's possible that new addition Drew Stafford will take Byfuglien's place on Winnipeg's second line. Stafford is a talented veteran winger who shouldn't have any trouble slotting in and developing chemistry with Scheifele and Perreault in a timely manner.

2/9/2015

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Mathieu Perreault

Jets' Perreault Tallies Three Points In Win

News: Mathieu Perreault scored his 18th goal of the season and added two assists in Sunday's win over the Avalanche.
Analysis: Skating on a line with Dustin Byfuglien and Mark Scheifele, the trio combined for three goals and eight points in the win. While Mathieu Perreault had been held off the scoresheet in five of his last seven outings, he now has points in back-to-back games and should build off his offensive outburst Sunday. The 27-year-old, who plays on the top power-play unit, will play a key role down the stretch as the Jets aim for the postseason.

1/30/2015

Mathieu Perreault, C, WPG

Mathieu Perreault

Perreault Drives Jets' Offense In Loss

News: Mathieu Perreault was the only man to penetrate the Flyers' Steve Mason on Thursday, accounting for both Winnipeg goals in a 5-2 loss.
Analysis: He went through a brief cooling period after his four-goal game, but Mathieu Perreault showed that big outings like that are no fluke. Assuming his health holds up, he should blow by last year's career-high 43 points, and the best could be yet to come.

1/27/2015

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Mathieu Perreault

Jets' Perreault Back In Lineup

News: Mathieu Perreault (upper body) will play Tuesday against the Penguins.
Analysis: Thanks to the NHL All-Star break, Mathieu Perreault will end up only missing two games after taking a cross-check to his upper-body area back on Jan. 16. Prior to suffering the injury, Perreault had produced 23 points in 21 games.

1/26/2015

Mathieu Perreault, C, WPG

Mathieu Perreault

Jets' Perreault Practices

News: Mathieu Perreault (upper body) practiced Monday, Ken Wiebe of the Winnipeg Sun reports.
Analysis: Coach Paul Maurice indicated that Mathieu Perreault looked fine at practice Monday, but the forward's status for Tuesday's gamed against the Penguins has yet to be confirmed at this stage.

1/21/2015

Mathieu Perreault, C, WPG

Mathieu Perreault

Jets' Perreault (Upper Body) Moved To IR

News: Mathieu Perreault (upper body) was placed on injured reserve Wednesday, Ken Wiebe of the Winnipeg Sun reports.
Analysis: Mathieu Perreault wouldn't have been cleared to play until after the All-Star break anyway, so the IR move doesn't really have any bearing in his eventual return timetable. Coach Paul Maurice said Tuesday that he believes Perreault isn't looking at a long-term absence, but he'll have to resume skating in the next few days to have a shot at suiting up for the Jets' first game out of the break.

1/21/2015

Mathieu Perreault, C, WPG

Mathieu Perreault

Jets Rule Perreault (Upper Body) Out Through Break

News: Mathieu Perreault (upper body) will not suit up in Wednesday's game against the Blue Jackets, according to Paul Friesen of the Winnipeg Sun.
Analysis: Mathieu Perreault was unable to skate during Tuesday's practice, making it an easy call for coach Paul Maurice to keep him out through the All-Star break. Maurice acknowledged that the club doesn't believe a long-term absence is in store for Perreault, as there's a chance he could be back in the fold for the Jets' first game after the break.