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Corey Perry uses Josh Anderson’s sticks (again)
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Last night, Corey Perry made his debut with the Edmonton Oilers.

It was his first game with the Alberta club sincesigning with them on January 22.

He wears number 90 with the Oilers.

It was nice to see Perry back on the ice after all the drama surrounding the breach of his contract with the Chicago Blackhawks.

After all, he’s still a solid hockey player with a great career who can still help a team perform.

As he demonstrated yesterday.

And he proved it by using the sticks of none other than Josh Anderson.

Yes, he’s still using his former teammate Josh Anderson’s sticks.

Perry began using the sticks of the Habs’ No. 17 during the 2021 series, when the Tricolore reached the Stanley Cup Final.

Three years later, the 38-year-old still trusts Josh Anderson’s sticks.

It’s quite a funny story.

Let’s hope for Perry’s sake that it doesn’t affect his offensive touch.

Anderson has been on a tear this season, and it took him a while to score his first goal of the season.

Maybe Anderson should start using Auston Matthews’ sticks.

I’ll say.

In a Squall

– Ouch.

– This is no time to start a long losing streak.

– Good question.

– Big win for Boston.

– News from a Habs prospect.

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