Perry helped the Anaheim Ducks win the Stanley Cup early in his career (2007), and he had back-to-back seasons of 70 Points in 2008-09 & 2009-10. This was good production, but it laid the groundwork for his 2010-11 year, where Perry won the Hart Trophy and scored 50 Goals as the league's leader in that metric. Also, a First Team All-Star, Perry was atop the leaderboard in Game-Winning Goals (11).
The Right Wing was never considered for another Hart Trophy, though he was still a valuable contributor for years. Perry was a First Team All-Star again in 2013-14 when he had an 82 Point year. Nine times, Perry would reach 50 Points, and he went to the All-Star Game four times.
Perry left Anaheim after 13 seasons, signing with the Dallas Stars as a Free Agent. With the Ducks, Perry had 776 Points in 988 Games.