"I've played with Ryan before. I know him personally. It's very unintentional," Perry said postgame, according to ESPN's Greg Wyshynski. "I didn't mean to hurt him. I hope he's OK."
The 34-year-old will have a hearing on Friday, the NHL Department of Player Safety announced on Wednesday.
"It was an awkward play. I reached up to try and deflect the puck," Perry added. "It's unfortunate."
Perry is a repeat offender as he's been suspended twice before; his last incident came in 2013 when he was handed a four-game ban for an illegal hit on Minnesota Wild forward Jason Zucker.