ANAHEIM -- Anaheim Ducks right wing Corey Perry, the leading goal scorer in the NHL, continues to rest from flu-like symptoms and coach Bruce Boudreau all but ruled him out for Friday against the Arizona Coyotes at Honda Center.
"I don't think Perry will be around for [Friday]," Boudreau said.
Perry and captain Ryan Getzlaf missed the game Wednesday against the New York Islanders with the illness, which has spread in Anaheim's locker room.
Getzlaf did not skate Friday morning but is expected to play. Perry did not report to the arena as the Ducks are being extra careful.
"You never know who else is going to catch it," Boudreau said. "Unless I can see it and say, 'Hey, get away from our team,' it's going to be around. Every team is going to get it. It's just a matter of when."