DALLAS (AP) -Anaheim right wing Corey Perry said he probably will play in Game 4 of the Ducks' playoff series against the Dallas Stars.
After a morning skate-around, Perry said he felt good but acknowledged it will be a game-time decision whether he will play Thursday night. The Ducks' top goal scorer hasn't played since March 6, when the quad tendon above his right knee was lacerated by the skate of Colorado goalie Jose Theodore.
Fellow right wing Rob Niedermayer did not make the trip to Dallas for Thursday night's game, remaining home with concussion-like symptoms. He also missed Game 3.
Coach Randy Carlyle did not rule out Niedermayer returning during the series. Game 5 is Friday.
The Stars lead the series 2-1.