The hearing will take place via phone, which means Perry could not be suspended beyond a maximum of five games for the offense. It will occur at noon on Wednesday.
The play occurred at the 4:21 mark of the second period. Zucker had his head turned and did not appear to see Perry coming. Perry connected on a high, late hit, which appeared to make Zucker's head the principle point of contact. The Ducks forward was assessed a five-minute major for interference and a game misconduct.
Zucker was injured on the play and unable to return to the contest.
Perry could face discipline for an illegal hit to the head and/or interference infractions, according to an announcement by the league.