Perry makes Stars debut vs. Blue Jackets
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Corey Perry suited up for his first game with the Dallas Stars on Wednesday versus the Columbus Blue Jackets.

Perry signed a one-year, $1.5-million contract with Dallas over the summer after the Anaheim Ducks bought him out, but he'd been sidelined to this point due to a foot fracture.

The 34-year-old winger battled injuries last year, too, and posted 10 points in 31 games. For his career, he's notched 751 points in 932 contests to go with a Stanley Cup, a Hart Trophy, and a Maurice "Rocket" Richard Trophy.

A bounce-back campaign from Perry would certainly be welcomed by the Stars, who've struggled out of the gate to a 1-5-1 record and rank 24th in goals for.

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