Corey Perry made his Olympic debut as a member of the gold medal-winning Canadian team at Vancouver 2010. Just a few months later he was back wearing the maple leaf at the IIHF World Championship where he was an alternate captain and Canada finished seventh. Perry next competed at the IIHF World Championship in 2012 when Canada finished fifth.
Perry had previously been a member of the star-studded Canadian team that won gold at the 2005 IIHF World Junior Championship.
2010 and 2014 Olympic Champion… 2007 Stanley Cup Champion… 2011 Maurice Richard Trophy winner as NHL’s leading goal scorer… 2011 Hart Trophy winner as NHL MVP… 2005 World Junior Champion… 2005 Memorial Cup MVP…
Supports Wellspring London, a charity that offers psychological, emotional, social, spiritual and informational support to individuals and families living with cancer… Parents Geoff and Nancy… Brother Adam… Favourite TV shows: Prison Break, Homeland… Enjoys camping..
NOTABLE INTERNATIONAL RESULTS
IIHF World Championships: 2012 – 5th; 2010 – 7th