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Word on the street is Perron and Armstrong are talking about getting the band back together.

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A quick look at David Perron's trends and usage over the course of his career with the Blues and post-Blues.  He took a big dive in Edmonton (which isn't really a surprise considering that team is a black hole of hockey).  But playing with Penguins and Anaheim, didn't do much to improve his scoring.  I'm definitely mixed on whether or not the Blues should bring him back.  Like with most scenarios it would depend where he fits in the depth chart.  To be honest, I don't see him playing any higher than third line if he was to return.  Potentially a replacement for Troy Brouwer?

David Perron Player Usage Rob Vollman at www.hockeyabstract.com/playerusagecharts

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