7:23 AM EST, Fri January 30, 2015

Fantasy Update

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Zach Parise scored Thursday night's only goal in victory over Calgary.
Rotoworld 8 hours ago

Parise scores game's only goal in victory - Zach Parise (W) Minnesota Wild

Zach Parise scored Thursday night's only goal in victory over Calgary.
Newark Star-Ledger Jan 28, 2015
Former Devils star Zach Parise plays tooth fairy by retrieving own tooth from ice

Former Devils star Zach Parise plays tooth fairy by retrieving own tooth from ice

Lost tooth was continuation of nightmare season for Parise.

Wednesday (More memorable: Coyle or Parise?) edition: Wha' Happened?

You see hockey players take pucks to the face fairly regularly, unfortunately. You also see beautiful NHL goals on a nightly basis. But the Wild’s Zach Parise and Charlie Coyle went above and beyond the call of duty in those respective categories Tuesday in Minnesota’s 2-1 win over Edmonton (a win the Wild badly needed coming out of the break). Parise was nailed by a puck in the first period, and the damage was bad enough to knock out a tooth. The cliche is that hockey players are tough, but MY GOODNESS it does take some toughness to get hit with the puck, lose a tooth and then be able to...

Wild Minute: Coyle scores, Parise loses (and finds) tooth in Edmonton

Minnesota's 2-1 win at Edmonton featured a highlight-reel goal and another dent to the armor of Zach Parise.
Grand Rapids Press Jan 20, 2015
Detroit Red Wings Gameday: What if team had landed Zach Parise and Ryan Suter in 2012?

Detroit Red Wings Gameday: What if team had landed Zach Parise and Ryan Suter in 2012?

The Red Wings lost out to the Minnesota Wild when they were pursuing the top two free agents of 2012.
ESPN Fantasy Hockey Jan 13, 2015

Impact of Zach Parise's promotion

The promotion of Zach Parise back to the top line for the Minnesota Wild essentially marks the end of Jason Zucker's inflated fantasy value. Mind you...
St. Paul Pioneer Press Jan 11, 2015

Wild: Zach Parise, mourning father, finds support on road trip

CHICAGO -- After a 3-1 home loss to the Nashville Predators on Saturday, Zach Parise and the Wild packed for a three-game road trip that started in Chicago Sunday night.
St. Paul Pioneer Press Jan 10, 2015

Wild's Zach Parise: 'Good to be back' after father's death

Zach Parise admitted there were some especially difficult parts of Saturday when he played in his first hockey game since his father J.P. died Wednesday night.

Parise returns to Wild, will play this weekend

After urging from his wife, Alisha, Zach Parise practiced with the Wild on Friday and will be back in the lineup starting Saturday against Nashville.
Zach Parise: Wild forward makes tearful return to team

Zach Parise: Wild forward makes tearful return to team

Minnesota Wild forward Zach Parise returned to practice Friday vowing to play Saturday against Nashville at the Xcel Energy Center and during the team's upcoming three-game road trip before his father's funeral next week.

Wild: Zach Parise, Ryan Suter thankful for extra time with their fathers

It was no secret two summers ago that Ryan Suter and Zach Parise were a package duo. Coveted free agents, they had their choice of where they wanted to play in the NHL -- and they wanted to play together.

Reaction to J.P. Parise's passing; Darcy Kuemper placed on injured reserve

The Wild, feeling badly for teammate Zach Parise after the loss of his dad, will move on and play the Chicago Blackhawks tonight with more goalie problems
Hockey Wilderness Jan 8, 2015

Jean-Paul Parise Passes Away at Age 73

Zach Parise will miss Tuesday's game to be with his family as his dad, J.P. Parise battles lung cancer. Here's the release from the Wild. Zach Parise will miss tonight’s game vs. San Jose. #mnwild statement is attached. #NHL #SJSvsMIN pic.twitter.com/1F8slcko9v — Minnesota Wild PR (@mnwildPR) January 7, 2015 His dad is apparently not doing well. We at Hockey Wilderness wish him and his family the best in this extremely difficult time.
Lighthouse Hockey Jan 8, 2015

Remembering J.P. Parise, Part of New York Islanders Lore

Former New York Islanders winger J.P. Parise, the father of current Minnesota Wild star Zach Parise and the scorer of the overtime goal against their city rivals that put the Islanders on the map in 1975, died Wednesday night. It was widely known in hockey circles that Parise's health had taken a turn for the worse in his battle with lung cancer. So over the last few weeks, living tributes, and now memorials, have been pouring in about a beloved figure for Islanders fans, Minnesota fans (he was a former North Star, too), and Canadian hockey fans who remember his performance in the epic 1972...
Hockey Wilderness Jan 6, 2015

Zucker's Career Game Not Good Enough to Beat Sharks; Wild lose 4-3 in OT

The Wild were told to have a short memory and throw the 7-1 loss at the hands of the Stars in the garbage. So when the news came down that Minnesota would be without one of their leaders in Zach Parise, who decided to be with his father and family as J.P. Parise battles lung cancer, the Wild were hoping for an inspired effort. Behind two goals and one assist for Jason Zucker, Minnesota was able to force overtime, but eventually fell 4-3 to the San Jose Sharks. Marc-Edouard Vlasic won the game with a hard slap shot from the top of the left face off circle that beat Darcy Kuemper...

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