Perry has been an Investment Advisor since 1996. In 2003, Perry was
proud to spearhead the opening of the first Wellington West Capital
Inc. office in Calgary, Alberta. Since then, National Bank acquired
Wellington West Inc. in July 2011. Before becoming an advisor, Perry
played nine seasons in the NHL for the Calgary Flames (1985-1989),
Minnesota North Stars (1989-1991) and the San Jose Sharks (1991-1993).
In 1986 he was credited with the infamous “Steve Smith goal” that won
the Calgary Flames the series in Game 7 against the Edmonton Oilers.
After retirement, Perry returned to school to complete his Business
Degree at the University of North Dakota. Perry still stays active in
the NHL through colour commentary work on television and radio with
the Calgary Flames. He is renowned for his community involvement
through his work with the Calgary Flames Alumni and numerous
charitable organizations in Southern Alberta. Perry was recently
recognized by the Rotary Club of Calgary with the distinguished
Integrity Award for his community work and showing the qualities of
sound moral principles, honestly and sincerity. Perry lives in Calgary
with his wife Marie and their three children.
Perry is recognized for his community involvement through his efforts with the Calgary Flames Alumni and numerous charitable organizations in Southern Alberta. These include: Calgary Special Olympics, KidSport Calgary, Alberta Council of Women’s Shelters, End Abuse Canada, and many more.
In 2003, he was recognized by the Rotary Club of Calgary with the Integrity Award for his community work and showing the qualities of sound moral principles, honestly and sincerity.
Perry’s charitable contributions are not limited in Southern Alberta. Since 2009, he has completed 3 excursions to Afghanistan to visit our Canadian Forces in Kandahar with the NHL Alumni.
He is also active in the Calgary media through work on radio and television as a regular commentator on sports and financial themes.