Ryan Reaves of the Maple Leafs said of Corey Perry of the Blackhawks: “I never really liked him. He is not tough.

Ryan Reaves of the Maple Leafs said of Corey Perry of the Blackhawks: “I never really liked him.
He is not tough.

After the two teams’ game on Monday, it’s safe to say that Chicago Blackhawks forward Corey Perry hasn’t made any friends with the Toronto Maple Leafs.

On Wednesday, Ryan Reaves of the Maple Leafs made headlines by telling Sportsnet’s Luke Fox what he truly thought of the 2010–11 Hart Trophy winner.

Perry was never someone Reaves really connected with. There isn’t much love for that guy, maybe it’s just the way he talks, but we always seem to cross paths and compete against one another. He portrays a tough exterior. He isn’t rugged. ” .

Being completely honest, I never really liked him.
There isn’t much love for that guy because we always seem to cross paths and compete against one another, said Reaves.
“I don’t know; it’s just the way he speaks. He portrays a tough exterior.
He isn’t strong.

Towards the end of Monday’s game, Reaves and Perry began chirping at one another.
When Perry scored the game-winning goal on a breakaway for the Blackhawks to win 4-1, it was Perry who had the last laugh.
It was his first goal of the year.

The two players have yelled at one another from the sidelines before.
While Perry represented the Tampa Bay Lightning and Reaves the New York Rangers in March 2022, the two engaged in combat.

The teams will square off once more in November.
twenty four in Chicago.

Perry has 418 goals, 469 assists, 887 points, and 1382 penalty minutes over 1261 NHL games. He won two Olympic gold medals (in 2010 and 2014), a Stanley Cup with the Anaheim Ducks in 2006–2007, and once played for three different teams in three straight Stanley Cup Finals (the Lightning in 2021-22, the Dallas Stars in 2019–20, and the Montreal Canadiens in 2020–21).
In 2010–11, he additionally took home the Hart Memorial Trophy and Maurice “Rocket” Richard Trophy.

Reaves has 59 goals, 70 assists, and 1033 penalty minutes through 831 NHL games in his career.

 

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