Should the Golden Knights Go After Corey Perry? The Pros and Cons of Signing Him

With Corey Perry becoming eligible to return to the NHL, he's expected to have some suitors. Should the Golden Knights be one of those potential options?
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It's official: Corey Perry is eligible to return to the NHL. Formerly of the Chicago Blackhawks, the right winger has 421 goals and 471 assists in his 14-year career. He's already meeting with teams, which include the Toronto Maple Leafs.

The former Anaheim Ducks legend was let go from the Chicago Blackhawks for personal issues stemming from serious problems such as alcohol addiction, his mental health, and not-so-serious problems like... Connor Bedard's mom?

But in all seriousness, there is an offensive need for a player like Perry in the NHL. That includes a team like the Vegas Golden Knights, who are currently mired in a slump. Vegas needs a spark to combat the various injuries and woes before it's too late.

With that, let's explore the benefits and issues associated with signing Corey Perry. How can the Anaheim Ducks legend help the Knights out? What are some problems that Vegas might encounter? Everyone's asking how Perry can fit on their team, so let's do it for the Vegas Golden Knights!