MINMinnesota Wild
2015 Record: 16-12-3
#11 Zach Parise
Dec 21: Parise scored a pair of goals and added an assist in Saturday's loss to the Predators. Parise now has 13 goals and 26 points in 26 games, to go with a plus-8 rating. He has been super consistent this season, never going more than two games without appearing on the scoresheet. Keep him rolling.

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Dec 5: Parise scored his 10th goal of the season, had an assist, and was credited with four PIM in Friday's loss to the Ducks. Parise has been unstoppable lately, recording two goals and seven points in his last four games. He has been one of the most consistent fantasy producers this season, recording 21 points in 20 games, to go with a plus-10 rating. He's a must-start every night he is in action.

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Nov 30: Parise scored a power-play goal and had a game-high nine shots on goal in Saturday's shootout loss to the Blues. Parise has been flying lately, recording three goals and six points in his last five games. Interesting to note, however, that despite having 14 power-play goals last season, Parise's tally with the man advantage Saturday was his first power-play goal of the 2014-15 season. While that's a bit puzzling, Parise has been very reliable this season, collecting 18 points (nine goals) and a plus-9 rating in 18 games. Keep him rolling.

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Nov 28: Parise had three assists in Friday's 5-4 overtime win over Dallas. Parise hasn't seen a drop-off since returning after missing six games due to a concussion, as he has four goals and three assists in his last six games.

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Nov 22: Parise scored the Wild's only goal in Saturday's 2-1 loss to the Lightning. He's delivering at close to a point-per-game pace and firing a lot of pucks at opposing goalies. He's a solid play.

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Nov 16: Parise nabbed a pair of goals in Sunday's 4-3 overtime win against the Jets. It was Parise's first game back since sustaining a concussion Nov. 4, and he played well in exactly 20 minutes of ice time. The two goals brings him to six on the year to go along with six assists, as he should be good for over 60 points if he can stay healthy.

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Nov 16: Parise (concussion) is expected to play Sunday against the Jets. Parise was activated earlier on Sunday, and now has been confirmed to play for the first time since he suffered the concussion Nov. 4. He is expected to rejoin Mikko Koivu and Jason Pominville on the first line.

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Nov 16: Parise (concussion) was activated from injured reserve Sunday. Parise's activation likely indicates he is ready to return to the ice, though that hasn't been confirmed yet. He suffered the concussion Nov. 4 against the Penguins, and has been sidelined since. The Wild placed Jonas Brodin on injured reserve Sunday in a corresponding move.

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Nov 15: Coach Mike Yeo said Parise (concussion) is "progressing well" and could return to the lineup Sunday against the Jets, Michael Russo of the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports. Parise won't travel with the team to Dallas for Saturday's game against the Stars, but it appears he's cleared nearly all the hurdles of the league's mandatory concussion protocol. The Wild captain has been skating daily and doesn't seem to be experiencing any dizziness or other concussion-like symptoms, potentially putting him on track to play Sunday if he's able to get in a good skate the morning of the game.

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Nov 14: Parise (concussion) will not play in Saturday's game against the Stars, Chad Graff of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports. There was a chance Parise could return Saturday, but he was ruled out after sitting out Friday's practice. While Parise will miss at least one more game to his concussion, he could play Sunday against the Jets.

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Nov 14: Parise missed his fourth consecutive game Thursday with a concussion, but is skating daily. "He's getting close, but we just have to make sure we're following protocol," head coach Mike Yeo told the Minneapolis Star Tribune. "We desperately want him back in the lineup, but we have to make sure when he comes back he's staying in the lineup." Parise was moved to injured reserve Thursday, but that was a move to create roster space rather than an outlook on his injury. It sounds like he could return this weekend or early next week.

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Nov 13: Parise (concussion) was moved to injured reserve Thursday. Parise's move to injured reserve allowed the Wild to call up an extra defenseman to cover for the absences of Marco Scandella and Jonas Brodin, both of whom are dealing with an illness and are unavailable to play Thursday against the Sabres. It would seem that Parise will also sit for the fourth straight game after being considered doubtful heading into the team's morning skate, but because he's already been out for the minimum seven days, he can be activated from IR at any point. Parise is expected to practice fully Friday, after which the Wild could formally activate him in advance of Saturday's game against the Stars.

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Nov 12: Parise (concussion) is considered doubtful to play Thursday against the Sabres, Chad Graff of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports. Parise was able to practice during Wednesday's optional session, but based on his doubtful designation, it seems likely that the Wild want him to get in another full practice before he suits up for a game. Coach Mike Yeo could change his tune on the matter if Parise looks good during Thursday's morning skate and passes all concussion tests, but Saturday's game against the Stars looks to be a more realistic target for the forward's return.

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Nov 11: Coach Mike Yeo said that Parise (concussion) could be back in the lineup Thursday against the Sabres, Michael Russo of the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports. Despite being ruled out from playing in his homecoming to New Jersey on Tuesday, Parise still traveled with the team so he could get in a hard skate during their morning session. After coming through the exercise without any apparent issues, he'll attempt to practice Wednesday in Minnesota. If all goes well, team doctors could sign off on Parise's return to the lineup after a three-game absence.

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Nov 10: Parise (concussion) will travel with the team to New Jersey, but won't play. It's certainly a good sign that Parise is travelling with the team, since it probably means the team wants him to practice to get his conditioning back. There's no word on when he'll return to the lineup, but it seems more like a day-to-day discussion at this point than a week-to-week one.

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Nov 6: Parise has been diagnosed with a concussion, Chad Graff of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports. The news doesn't necessarily change Parise's recovery timeline, as the Wild had previously ruled him out for the entirety of their three-game road trip that kicks off Thursday. He'll be evaluated by team doctors over the coming days in attempt to ascertain how much progress he's making, but the unpredictably nature of head injuries makes it difficult to project an expected return date for the forward. While Parise remains out, Thomas Vanek is expected to get the first crack at filling in for him on the top line next to Mikael Granlund and Jason Pominville.

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Nov 5: Parise (upper body) will not join the Wild for their three-game road trip beginning Thursday, Chad Graff of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports. After the forward was unable to return to practice Wednesday, the team determined that Parise wouldn't be fit to play over the next couple of days, suggesting the injury is more than a minor concern. The Wild haven't clarified the extent of Parise's injury or issued a return timetable, so there's no guarantee he'll be ready to play when the team kicks off its homestand on Nov. 13.

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Nov 5: Parise (upper body) didn't practice with the team Tuesday, Chad Graff of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports. Parise's injury originated in Tuesday's game, where he missed all of the third period as a result. His status appears to be in doubt for Friday's game against the Senators, but more information about his availability and injury should become clear leading up it.

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Nov 4: Parise suffered an upper body injury in Tuesday's game against the Penguins. The extent of Parise's injury is uncertain, but head coach Mike Yeo will provide further details on his status sometime Wednesday.

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Nov 2: Parise bagged a pair of assists in Saturday's win over Dallas. Parise is up to 10 points (four goals) in 10 games this season, to go with a plus-6 rating. Skating on the top line and top power-play unit, expect a 60-70 point season from the 30-year-old winger.

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Oct 25: Parise notched a goal and added an assist in Saturday's 7-2 win over the Lightning. He now has seven points, including three goals, in six games. He's looked sharp so far this season. Use him well.

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Oct 12: Parise scored his second goal of the season and had ten shots on goal in Saturday's win over Colorado. It's hard to imagine a better start to the season for Parise with two goals, two assists and 19 shots on goal in two games.

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Oct 10: Parise scored a goal and had two assists in Thursday's win over Colorado. The Wild had a 6-0 blowout win over Colorado so don't expect this outing every night, but Parise could improve his numbers with the increase in talent on the Wild's top three lines.

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Sep 29: The Wild held Parise out of Practice Sunday after he got banged up in Saturday's game. He says it's just a maintenance day and that he'll be playing again Monday, according to Michael Russo of the Star Tribune. The team's actions echo that, as Mike Yeo has Parise penciled into the top line for Monday's home game against Pittsburgh.

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May 6: Parise contributed a power-play goal and an assist to Tuesday's Game 3 victory over Chicago. The two points pushed his playoff total to 13, good for second in the NHL behind the Kings' Anze Kopitar. Simply put, he's been awesome for the Wild, and they need him more than ever now, as they still trail 2-1 in this series.

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May 3: Parise put six shots on goal and registered an assist in Friday's Game 1 loss to Chicago in Game 1 of the Central Division Final, giving him seven points in the last five games. Parise was denied by Corey Crawford on a glorious shorthanded breakaway chance in the first period but couldn't sneak one of his six shots past Crawford. Parise will remain the Wild's top forward in their attempt to beat Chicago and a steady option in playoff pools.

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Apr 28: Parise scored two goals, including a power-play tally and the game-winner, and he also had two assists against the Avalanche in Monday's Game 6. He was also a plus-2 and had two penalty minutes. Parise has scored in all six games of this series, and has 10 points in total.

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Apr 18: Parise had two assists and three shots on goal in Minnesota's overtime loss to Colorado in Game 1 of the teams' playoff matchup Thursday. He skated 23:09 and had 2:31 of power-play time. Parise is probably the Wild's best forward option if your playoff format makes you choose at least one player on each team, though the Wild would appear to be a pretty heavy underdog in this series. The Avs are a bit banged up, however, and Thursday proved the Wild can keep up, which at least gives Parise owners some hope as the series moves on.

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Apr 14: Parise had a power play goal and four shots in the regular season finale against Nashville. Parise got denied by Carter Hutton in the second on a good chance to grab his 30th goal. He finished with 29 goals and 27 assists. He also had 14 power play goals, which was good for fourth in the league even though he only played 67 games this season.

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Apr 5: Parise picked up two assists in Saturday's win over Pittsburgh. He has seven points, including four goals, in his last five games and looks no worse for wear after absorbing a massive hit in Thursday's game.

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Apr 5: Parise is playing in Saturday's game against the Penguins. Parise took a hard hit during Thursday's game, but nothing ever came of it, as one might expect with the Wild still needing to clinch a playoff berth.

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Apr 3: Parise took a hit to the head during Thursday's game against the Blackhawks, and the star winger said afterward that he was "seeing stars" and has a headache, Chad Graff of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports. Parise finished the contest but lost his three-game goal streak, and he'll likely do whatever he can to stay on the ice, given that the Wild have yet to clinch a playoff berth. However, it sounds like he may have have suffered a relatively minor concussion, so fantasy owners will want to keep an eye on the American star. Next up for the Wild is a Saturday home game against the Pittsburgh Penguins.

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Mar 29: Parise potted a pair of goals Saturday, notching his 26th and 27th as the Wild tamed the Coyotes 3-1. His second of the night was an empty netter that served as a nice little exclamation mark on a three-goal third period that iced the Coyotes. Parise's 27th gives him a share of Minnesota's goal lead with Jason Pominville, and although he hasn't quite been a point-per-game player thus far with the Wild, his 11.8 shooting percentage is the highest since his 45-goal, 94-point performance with the Devils in 2008-2009. With seven games remaining, look for the Minnesotan to crack 30 goals and build upon his 49 points as the Wild charge toward the postseason.

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Mar 21: Parise scored his 24th goal of the year on a power play and went plus-1, but he and the Wild absorbed a 4-3 loss in overtime Thursday. Nice for Parise to score against the team that drafted and developed him before letting him walk to Minnesota for big money, but he surely would have preferred to come away with a win. Nonetheless, he's been wonderfully productive for a nearly two-month-long span now, with 19 points in his last 16 games.

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Mar 11: Parise picked up a goal and an assist in Tuesday's shootout loss to Edmonton. He also scored in the shootout's first round. Parise's been a scoresheet regular since late January, as he's got points in nine of his last 11 games, with impressive totals of seven goals and 15 points in that span.

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Mar 4: Parise tallied another goal in Monday's win over the Flames. Parise has scored a point in each of his three games out of the break as the Wild have picked up wins on each occasion. With Mikko Koivu now back in the Wild lineup, the scoring opportunities should continue to remain abundant for Parise.

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Mar 1: Parise scored his 20th goal of the season during the Wild's 2-1 shootout win over the Canucks on Friday. Parise has picked up right where he left off and now has a goal and an assist in his first two games since returning from the Olympic break. He now has four points in his last five games and has 20 goals and 18 assists over 46 games this season.

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Feb 25: Parise says his hand is fine after suffering a hand injury in his final game in the Olympics, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports. "I'm not sure what happened, but it was really hurting in that last game," Parise said. It doesn't sound like a serious injury and he should be ready to play when the Wild resume action Thursday at Edmonton.

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Feb 22: Parise was seen having his thumb taped up on the bench in the waning moments of Saturday's 5-0 loss to Finland in the bronze medal game, Chad Graff of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports. The Americans' flat effort was probably more bothersome than the thumb injury for Parise, who captains the squad. He'll presumably be checked out by the Wild trainers once he arrives back in the states, but it could be the case where the tape job was a precautionary measure.

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Feb 6: Parise scored and took four shots in 23:30 of ice time during Thursday's win over Nashville. Parise will head to Sochi on fire. He has four goals and five assists in the last five games and has broken 20 minutes of ice time in six straight.

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Jan 31: Parise factored into all four Minnesota goals on Thursday, scoring two and assisting on the other two, but it wasn't enough in a 5-4 loss to Colorado. That's back-to-back huge games for Parise, who's ripped off seven points and a plus-4 rating over these two contests. He's officially back after going scoreless in his first two games following a monthlong absence due to a foot injury.

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Jan 29: Parise scored a goal, assisted on two more and went plus-2 in Tuesday's win over Anaheim. The points were Parise's first in three games since returning from a 14-game absence due to a foot injury. While this has been a disappointing season so far for the big-ticket winger, perhaps the big night will get him going.

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Jan 23: Parise (foot) confirmed he would play Thursday vs. the Blackhawks, Chad Graff of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports. He'll make his return to the lineup after missing the previous 14 games with the foot injury. Despite the lengthy absence of both Parise, the Wild have managed to tread water in the Western Conference playoff race while he's been out, going 7-7-0. Parise's return should be a major boon to an offense that has struggled to put up shots this season.

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Jan 22: Parise (foot) participated in a full contact practice Wednesday, Chad Graff of the Pioneer Press reports. The winger has been skating for over a week now, and that fact that he's a full participant in practice likely means that he's nearing a return. Parise racked up 15 goals and 12 assists in 37 games before the injury.

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Jan 20: Parise (foot) was a non-contact participant in Monday's practice, Michael Russo of the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports. As expected, Parise is starting to increase his activities after he resumed skating last week. He's tentatively targeting a return Thursday vs. the Blackhawks, but that won't be a possibility until he gets in some full-contact work beforehand.

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Jan 18: Parise (foot) could return from injured reserve as soon as Thursday vs. the Blackhawks, Michael Russo of the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports. Parise skated Saturday morning and believes he'll be able to ramp up his activities during Monday's practice and the sessions to follow. If he proves to adjust well to full-contact work, he could be a possibility for Thursday's lineup, though a weekend return would seem more plausible.

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Jan 17: Though Parise (foot) continues to progress, his return date has yet to be determined, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports. The report notes that Parise amped up his activities on the ice Thursday, but the winger acknowledged that he still needs to get into game shape, noting with regard to his present workload that "a couple more days of doing what I'm doing, and then we'll add bumping and game-like situations."

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Jan 15: Parise (foot) practiced with the team Wednesday in a non-contact capacity, Chad Graff of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports. It's another incremental step for Parise, who was previously skating on his own the last couple of days. A timeline for his availability for game action still has yet to be determined, but things certainly look to be trending in the right direction.

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Jan 14: Parise (foot) skated on his own before Tuesday's pregame session. Coach Mike Yeo didn't provide an update on Parise's status after morning skate, but did indicate the forward is trying to maintain his conditioning for now after missing the previous nine games with a foot fracture. The Wild have no timetable for his return and likely won't have one until he resumes practicing with the team.

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Jan 7: Parise (foot) could begin skating late this week, reports the Star Tribune's Michael Russo. Parise's missed six games so far with a foot fracture. The Wild have found some offense in his absence over the last couple days, but Parise's eventual return will certainly be a boost to Minnesota as well as his fantasy owners.

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Dec 30: An MRI revealed Parise has a fracture in his left foot, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports. Parise has missed three games with what the team says is a lower body injury. The Star Tribune says he'll miss at least the next four games, but it's thought he'll be able to return to play in the Olympics in February.

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Dec 28: Parise (upper body) was placed on injured reserve Saturday, Michael Russo of the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports. Parise has a retroactive date of Dec. 22 and is technically eligible to return for Monday's contest, but it sounds like he'll miss a couple games beyond that after suffering a likely aggravation to his foot injury. The forward hasn't practiced the last few days and it remains to be seen when he might return to the lineup.

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Dec 26: Parise (lower body) is unlikely to play Friday against Winnipeg and is likely to miss several more games, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports. The report states that it's likely Parise aggravated a foot injury that he initially hurt three weeks ago. He was originally supposed to miss two to three weeks with the foot injury, but missed just one game. He then missed Monday's game with an unspecified lower body injury. However, the report speculates that Parise will need some time off to get his foot back to full strength.

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Dec 23: Parise (lower body) will not play Monday against the Flyers. Parise is dealing with an undisclosed lower body injury and will miss his second game of the season. The 29-year-old has recorded 27 points in an average of 20:31 of ice time this season.

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Dec 8: Parise lit the lamp twice against the Sharks on Sunday. Parise now has 14 goals and 12 assists in 31 games on the season, so he has not disappointed thus far.

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Dec 6: Parise led all Minnesota skaters in shots on goal in Friday's shutout loss to Columbus with five. Parise and teammate Jason Pominville combined for almost half of 20 shots the Wild mustered against Columbus. Parise appears fine after a quick recovery from a foot contusion. Carry on.

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Nov 30: Parise had an assist and was on the ice for 21 minutes in Saturday's shootout loss to Denver. Parise returned Friday after missing one game with a a left foot contusion that initially was thought to sideline him for several weeks. It looks like the injury isn't a worry since he was productive in back-to-back games since returning.

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Nov 29: Parise (foot) was held scoreless in his return to the ice Friday vs. the Avalanche. Parise was understandably a little rusty after coming back much earlier than anyone expected from a left foot contusion, finishing with a minus-2 rating in his 23:03 of ice time. The forward may be a little compromised in subsequent games as he probably continues to deal with some level of pain, but even a gimpy Parise is better than none at all for the Wild.

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Nov 29: Parise (foot) will suit up Friday against the Avalanche. After declaring himself fit to play following pregame warmups, Parise will incredibly miss just one game for an injury that was thought to have sidelined him for two-to-three weeks. Coach Mike Yeo probably wouldn't feel comfortable using Parise unless he could play at close to full strength, so expect the forward to log his usual 20 minutes in his return to the ice.

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Nov 29: Parise (foot) expects to play Friday against the Blue Jackets, Michael Russo of the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports. Russo reports that "barring something unforeseen" during warmups, Parise will make his return to the lineup, a full two weeks ahead of the timetable he was given after being diagnosed with the contusion earlier this week. Look for him to slot back in at his usual spot on the top line alongside Mikko Koivu and Charlie Coyle.

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Nov 28: Wild coach Mike Yeo said Thursday that Parise (foot) is questionable for Friday's game against Colorado, the Minneapolis Star Tribune's Michael Russo reports. Parise was originally expected to miss two to three weeks with the injury, but he nearly played Wednesday and appears to be on track for a return much sooner than the original estimate. On Wednesday, it became a pain-tolerance issue, so his status for Friday's game will likely be determined by how much pain he feels in his foot leading up to game time.

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Nov 27: Updating a previous report, coach Mike Yeo said Parise (foot) will not play Wednesday against the Coyotes, Chad Graff of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports. Parise seemed on the cusp of an improbable return to the lineup after he unexpectedly took part in Wednesday's morning skate, but Yeo said the pain in Parise's foot eventually became too much for him as the session wore on. The forward was diagnosed with the foot contusion Tuesday and was set to miss the next two-to-three weeks, but his valiant return to the ice for a large portion of morning skate suggests he could end up beating that timetable. Even if that happens, he'd likely still be playing through at least some level of pain.

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Nov 27: Despite being ruled out for two-to-three weeks with a left foot contusion just a day ago, Parise was back at morning skate Wednesday and looks like he might play against the Coyotes, Chad Graff of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports. If Parise indeed suits up Wednesday, it would be a truly remarkable turn of events for both fantasy owners and the Wild who were thought to be without one of their more productive players for a while. Parise was skating on his usual spot on the Wild's top line, so it seems that if he plays, he'd be on track to see his usual 20 minutes of ice time. The Wild will likely wait and see how he performs during pregame warmups before making a call on his status Wednesday night.

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Nov 26: Parise is expected to miss the next two-to-three weeks with a left foot contusion. The Wild arrived at that timetable upon reevaluating Parise on Tuesday, a day after he took a slap shot off his foot in a game against the Blues. As the fulcrum for the Wild's top line, it's a critical injury for the team to deal with, especially as they jockey for positioning in the highly competitive Western Conference. Wednesday's contest against the Coyotes will mark the first game the ultra-durable Parise has missed since singing a 13-year contract with the Wild in July of 2012.

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Nov 25: Parise suffered a foot injury in Monday's loss to the Blues, and he was seen limping around after the game, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports. Parise took a shot off the foot but was later able to rejoin the action. He said that he should know more about the injury Tuesday, indicating that the Wild want to see how Parise's foot responds overnight. Minnesota's next contest is scheduled for Wednesday against the Coyotes.

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Nov 23: Parise scored a goal and assisted on another in Saturday's shootout win over the Jets. The goal was particularly vital, as it came shorthanded with just five minutes left to send the game to overtime. By supplying a tally in each scoring column Saturday, Parise brought his totals to a symmetrical 11 points and 11 assists on the season.

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Nov 20: Parise assisted on two goals in Wednesday's win over the Senators. His second assist was particularly important, as he and Charlie Coyle combined to find Mikko Koivu, who delivered the game-winning shot past goalie Craig Anderson with under three minutes to play in regulation. It was a nice bounce-back for Parise from Tuesday's scoreless effort, which are becoming increasingly rare of late. He's scored at least one point in all but two of the Wild's ten contests in November.

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Nov 5: Parise scored two goals and assisted on another Tuesday in a 5-1 win over the Flames. After a slow start to the year, Parise's getting his season numbers on track -- he's tallied points in six of the last seven games, totaling four goals and five assists in that span.

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Oct 22: Parise assisted on both Wild goals -- one an empty-netter -- Tuesday in a win over Nashville. It's been a quiet start to the year for Parise, who entered play Tuesday with just five points (four goals and an assist) in nine games. We all know he's got the talent and he'll get the minutes, so the points should come more steadily as the season goes on.

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Oct 8: Parise scored for the second straight game Tuesday in a loss against the Predators. He missed practice with an illness, but didn't miss a beat in the game. That's three goals in the early going for Parise, who's expected to lead the charge offensively for Minnesota.

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Oct 8: Parise (illness) skipped Monday's practice but is expected to play Tuesday against the Predators, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports. Despite feeling under the weather Monday, Parise made the trip with the Wild to Nashville and will presumably play Tuesday assuming the illness isn't too debilitating. Proceed as you normally would with using Parise in the lineup, but it may be best to check back before the 7:00 ET puck drop to make sure he wasn't scratched.

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Oct 6: Parise scored twice -- one on a power play -- in Minnesota's home loss to Anaheim on Saturday. We suspect that this will prove to be a very productive season for the 29-year-old veteran.

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Oct 4: Parise had eight shots on goal but didn't record a point in Thursday's shootout loss to the Kings. The Wild's first line of Parise, Mikko Koivu and Jason Pominville had an unproductive first game with no points, but Parise had several close calls.

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May 5: Parise tallied his first goal this postseason in Minnesota's overtime win over Chicago on Sunday. Parise, who had 15 points in 24 games last postseason, got his first point of the series. Minnesota needs him to get hot if they're going to get past Chicago.

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Apr 21: Parise scored and had nine shots in 22:04 Sunday. Parise could have had many more goals in his nine shots, but Parise and the Wild ran into a very hot tender in Joey MacDonald.

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Apr 7: Parise had an assist in Minnesota's win on Sunday over Columbus. Parise is still playing great, but for the player who ranks fourth in the NHL in shots, he only has a single shot in three of his last four games. He also played a season low 17:12 Sunday. It wasn't a banner night for fantasy owners, but he's still one of the top forwards around.

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Mar 31: Parise's third-period goal Saturday against Los Angeles was a big one -- it came on a power play and forced overtime. The Wild won the contest in a shootout, 4-3. Parise added an assist and scored in the shootout to earn first-star honors for the game. He leads the Minnesota skating contingent with 15 tallies.

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Mar 25: Parise lit the lamp twice and added a helper against the Stars on Monday. He was also a plus-2 and had five shots on goal. Parise now has 14 goals and 27 points in 31 games. He's also a plus-8 after being a plus-five in his last four games.

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Mar 10: Parise scored two goals and added an assist against the Canucks on Sunday. He also had six shots on goal and played 22:07. After a somewhat slow start, Parise has 11 goals and 19 points in 24 games. He also has 96 shots on goal, good for fourth in the NHL.

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Mar 9: Parise scored a goal in Saturday's 2-1 shootout loss to the Predators. It's his ninth goal of the season. Minny's high-priced free agent has just 16 points in 23 games, but he does have four points in his last six. He could prove to be valuable toward season's end as the Wild are in the bottom half of the league in games played. Check out his availability in a trade.

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Feb 9: Parise (illness) is participating in an optional skate Saturday morning, the Star Tribune's Michael Russo reports. Barring any setbacks between now and the opening faceoff, Parise should be able to suit up Saturday night against the Predators. He has six goals and four assists through ten games, and has lived up to expectations so far despite the Wilds's disappointing start.

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Feb 8: Parise (illness) did not practice Friday, Michael Russo of the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports. The Wild did not announce if Parise will play Saturday against the Predators, so we have to wait until tomorrow to see if Parise is fit to play. Parise took eight of Minnesota's 23 shots in Thursday's 4-1 loss to the Canucks. The Wild rely heavily on Parise for their offense, so it would be a huge loss if Parise is unable to play.

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Jan 27: Parise scored two goals, both on the power-play, and added an assist against the Blues on Sunday. Parise has started the season on fire, as he has five goals and nine points in five games, and he's score in every game. Minnesota is plenty happy with their signing so far.

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Jan 26: Parise scored two of Minnesota's three goals in Friday's loss to Detroit and has points in all four Wild contests this season. Parise has been all the Wild have hoped for when they signed him to a 13-year, $98 million contract in free agency this past summer. The hard-working winger has been one of the league's most consistent players over the season's first week and should continue carry Minnesota's revamped attack.

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Jan 20: Parise scored the only goal in Minnesota's win over the Stars on Sunday. Parise so far has three points in two games, and the move to Minnesota seems to be working out so far.

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Jan 20: Parise began the long process of earning all that money that the Wild threw at him in the offseason, assisting on two Dany Heatley power-play goals Saturday as Minnesota beat Colorado, 4-2. There's a lot to like about a line that includes Parise, Heatley, and Mikko Koivu. This is just the first game, but we expect solid numbers out of all three skaters as the campaign unfolds.

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Jul 4: Parise has agreed to a 13-year contract with Minnesota, the Minneapolis Star-Tribune's Michael Russo reports. The deal is reportedly worth $98 million. Can't fault Parise for heading back home to Minnesota, and the signing of he and Ryan Suter make the Wild a viable candidate for one of the Western Conference's final playoff spots. Expect Parise to play with Mikko Koivu and clock in somewhere in the 70-75 point range.

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Jul 2: Parise held a 5 p.m. Eastern media conference on Monday to announce that he needs more time to weigh his options, reports TSN.ca. "I'm getting closer but haven't made a decision," said Parise. "I haven't set any deadlines." His agent, Wade Arnott, indicated that he has thoroughly deliberated every option with his client and that Parise "could be drawing closer to a decision." That decision will only come after Parise, his fiance and his family review the pros and cons of every offer, so who knows if it'll come Monday night or Tuesday morning.

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Jul 2: The Blackhawks are in play to sign Parise, ESPN.com reports. They are just the latest team to be mentioned as a possible suitor for the highly sought after free agent, who still could elect to return to New Jersey. Either way, the next big wave of movement in free agency could be occur once Parise and Ryan Suter choose their respective destinations.

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Jul 2: The Wild are one of several teams in the mix to sign Zach Parise, according to the . The Wild have a good amount of cap room and would like to bring Parise back home to the Twin Cities. Parise has reportedly pared his list of team's to five with the Wild definitely being on it. Rumors have been circulating all season about Parise returning home to Minnesota, especially with him recently buying a home in Minnesota. Stay tuned.

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Jul 1: Parise has pared his list of potential teams to five and could decide on Monday where he will sign, according to TSN's Bob McKenize. The list reportedly includes New Jersey, Minnesota, Detroit, Pittsburgh and Philadelphia. Regardless, Parise is set to cash in wherever he ends up. The Devils would love to see him sign in the Western Conference if he does not remain in Newark, as playing against him 12 times a year would not be appealing. Parise is believed to be asking for a $12 million signing bonus and another next July 1. Parise's numbers were a little down this season with 69 points and a minus-5 rating, but he possesses many intangibles that teams covet.

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Jul 1: Parise informed the Devils on Sunday morning that he intends to test the free agent market, reports TSN.ca. There are all sorts of reports around the Twitter-verse and radiosphere that Parise is looking for a guaranteed $12 million bonus immediately and another next July 1. The Devils are cash-strapped and perhaps approaching bankruptcy according to multiple sources, so a deal like that would be all but impossible for them to make. Stay tuned -- this will certainly be entertaining.

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Jun 30: Parise will field all offers and conduct negotiations from his agents' office in Missisauga where Don Meehan and Wade Arnott work, the Bergen Record's Tom Gulitti reports. This probably will streamline conversations between Parise and teams interested in his services. It's unlikely that Parise will re-sign with the Devils before fee agency begins but he has said all along that his wish is to remain in New Jersey. With the kind of offers and money that Parise will receive on the open market, it is in his best interest to enter free agency. According to Gulitti, Parise is slated to meet with the Devils' management on Saturday.

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Jun 28: Parise noted that the Devils are still in the running to sign him and he's previously said that he would prefer to remain with New Jersey, the Newark Star-Ledger's Rich Chere reports. Parise's agents, Wade Arnott and Don Meehan, have been speaking with the Devils and Chere noted that "it is very possible there will be no deal before Sunday's noon (ET) deadline for the start of free agency," Parise's rumored landing spots include Detroit, Minnesota, PIttsburgh and Los Angeles and he most likely will become an unrestricted free agent, but has said that doesn't rule out re-signing with New Jersey.

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Jun 13: Parise will not sign with the New York Rangers, would like to be back with the Devils, Ansar Kahn of Mlive.com reports Parise has said before that he would prefer to remain in New Jersey; the bigger issues is if the Devils can afford to bring him back at all. If the Rangers are completely off of his list, that leaves Minnesota, Detroit, and Los Angeles as the most likely teams to bid for his services along with New Jersey.

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Jun 12: Parise refused to answer questions regarding his impending free agency following Monday's Game 6 loss to the Kings in the Stanley Cup Finals, the Bergen Record reports. Parise finished with one goal and no assists in the finals. Parise, like most of the Devils' top offensive players, were quiet in the Finals. The bigger question looming for Parise is where he will be playing next season, as he is undoubtedly the prize of this summer's free agent class. He has said that he would like to stay in New Jersey, but he's been rumored to land anywhere but back with the Devils. Stay tuned, as this should be intriuging. Devils' goaltender Martin Brodeur noted that "Zach is a big thing the organization has to take care of first, no doubt about that," goaltender Martin Brodeur said. "They need to try to lock him in and lure him into staying. He's a franchise player and a guy the fans love..."

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Jun 9: Parise was one of the best Devils on the ice in a 2-1, Game 5 victory over the Kings. He scored a power-play goal; it's his first point of the Stanley Cup Finals. He muscled in the game's opening goal on a single-handed effort in the first and also flipped the Kings' Mike Richards into the player's bench on a big hit while he was on the PK. That ankle looks just fine.

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Jun 7: Parise noted that his ankle was "fine" following Wednesday's Game 4 victory over Los Angeles in the Stanley Cup Finals, the Bergen Record's Tom Gulitti reports. Parise went awkwardly into the boards with his left skate during the third period of Game 4, but was walking normally after the game, according to Gulitti. Parise will be playing in Game 5 whether his ankle is an issue or not, but the dynamic winger declared himself in good health. He still has not registered a point in the Finals, but was able to affect the game in other ways Wednesday.

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May 24: Parise picked up his seventh goal of the playoffs Wednesday night by scoring into an empty net to cap a 5-3 victory over the Rangers in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference Finals. The Devils' captain also added an assist and now has seven goals and seven assists through 17 playoff games, including five points (3G, 2A) in his last two games.

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May 21: Parise potted two goals and added an assist in New Jersey's 4-1 win over the Rangers in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Finals. Parise had been quiet this series with just one assist over three games, but, in fairness to Parise, the Devils as a team had been quiet. The Devils' captain added an empty-netter to ice the victory and will need him come to up big in Game 5.

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May 14: Parise led all New Jersey players with five shots on goal in Monday's 3-0 loss to the Rangers in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals. Parise had several quality scoring chances, including a semi-breakway that was snuffed out by the Rangers' Ryan McDonagh during the first period. Look for Parise to continue carrying the Devils' offensive load and being a factor on the team's penalty kill.

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Apr 17: Parise posted a goal and an assist in Tuesday's 4-3 loss to Florida in Game 3 of their Eastern Conference Quarterfinal series. Parise had not registered a point in the series' first two games, but opened the scoring just 33 seconds into the game before the Devils blew a 3-0 lead. Expect Parise to get his name on the scoresheet more often, but a missed chance on an open goal with under a minute left will likely haunt him until Game 4 on Thursday.

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Apr 3: Parise posted two assists in Tuesday's win over the Islanders, giving him four points over the last three games. Parise has points in three straight games and is playing strong hockey in the final week of the season. He has a shot at cracking 70 points, but the dynamic winger is line for a big payday from New Jersey or another team this summer.

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Apr 1: Parise posted his 31st goal of the season in Saturday's win over Carolina, giving him three goals in the last five games. Parise's overall numbers are a bit down from the 82 he posted in the 2009-2010 season, but he has been playing solid hockey of late and has cracked 30 goals in five of his seven NHL seasons. Whether he remains in New Jersey next season is a subject of much controversy, but speculation will only increase after New Jersey's season comes to a close. The prevailing wisdom suggests he will remain with the Devils after a long playoff run, but suitors like Detroit will be willing to pony up the money. Stay tuned, as it's sure to be interesting.

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Mar 25: Parise skated on a line with Patrik Elias and Dainius Zubrus in Saturday's practice and likely will play with those two on Sunday in Pittsburgh, the Bergen Record's Tom Gulitti reports. Parise has played with Elias before and Zubrus bring a certain element to the trio as well, but Parise has snapped out of his scoring funk and putting him alongside Elias, the team's most consistent playmaker, is not a bad situation.

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Mar 24: Parise scored one of New Jersey's three goals in Friday's shootout loss to Toronto, ending a five-game scoring slump. Parise has just two goals in 11 games since his hat trick on March 2 and is a minus-4 over that stretch. Look for Parise to see his name on the scoresheet as the season winds down, but he may not crack 70 points with seven games remaining. A good playoff campaign will go a long way in securing a large contract for the dynamic winger, whether that will be with New Jersey remains to be seen.

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Mar 12: Parise posted a goal and an assist in Sunday's win over Philadelphia, extending a points streak to four games. Parise has a goal and five assists over the last four games and remains one of the Devils' scorers and has been playing excellent hockey of late. He stands poised to crack 30 goals yet again and recently passed 400 career points.

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Mar 8: Parise posted two assists in Thursday's win over the Islanders, giving him seven points over the last five games. The dynamic winger has been enjoying, as well as factoring much into, the hot play of line mate Ilya Kovalchuk. Parise has gone three games without a goal, but odds are, he'll find his stride again soon. Expect the numbers to keep coming for Parise as the Devils jockey for playoff position.

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Mar 5: Devils GM Lou Lamoriello said Parise will play Tuesday against the Rangers after the X-ray taken on his left hand came back negative, Tom Gulitti of the Bergen Record reports. Parise injured the hand during Sunday's game against the Islanders, but he was able to return and said he felt fine after the game. As expected, this injury proved to be minor. Parise will continue to start at left wing for the Devils.

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Mar 4: Parise has not yet had an X-ray on his left hand, which he appeared to bang up during Sunday's game against the Islanders, the Bergen Record's Tom Gulitti reports. More on his status as we know it, but on the plus side, so far Parise is saying that his hand feels fine.

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Mar 4: Parise (jaw) will play Sunday against the Islanders, the Bergen Record's Tom Gulitti reports. Parise was sandwiched by two Captials' players in Friday's win over Washington, leaving the game briefly in the second period. He returned but did not play with the Devils having secured a 5-0 lead thanks largely to Parise's hat trick. Parise has five goals in the lats four games.

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Mar 2: Parise is "fine" the Devils said in a statement, according to ESPN New York's Katie Strang. He had a hat trick before leaving in the second period but did return for the third period. Parise left the game in the second period following a sandwich hit from the Caps' Brook Laich and Matt Hendricks, taking a forearm to the face. The Devils' put out a statement saying their star winger was fine.

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Mar 2: Parise (undisclosed) left during the second period of Friday's game against Washington, Bergen Record writer Tom Gulitti reports. Parise notched a hat trick in just 8:53 before leaving. Although no official comment has been made, it sounds like Parise may have taken a strike to the face.

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Mar 2: Parise grabbed his second goal in three games with a tally in Thursday's overtime loss to Boston. Parise continues working his tail off every shift and has not been shy about shooting this season, averaging close to four shots per-game. Look for the goals to keep coming as Parise is on his way to another 30 goal season. There's still much speculation about where Parise will be playing next season, be it in New Jersey or somewhere else. The Devils are playing solid hockey despite the last two losses and Parise will continue factoring into the team's scoring.

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Feb 26: Parise notched a power-play goal in Sunday's loss to Tampa Bay, his first goal in three games. Parise also put five shots on goal and has 17 over the last three games with just one point. Parise continues to be a tireless worker doing many of the little things in the offensive zone. His goal came on a slick wrist shot from the slot late in the game. Don't expect Parise to remain quiet too often in the final quarter of the season.

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Feb 19: Parise scored his first goal in four games, grabbing one of New Jersey's three goals in Sunday's win over Montreal. Parise has three points in the last four games and has failed to register a point in just one game since the All-Star break. He's been one of New Jersey's top offensive players the last three weeks and will continue to produce consistently. There have been no updates on his impending free agency, although rumors abound, but the Devils are sticking to their policy of not negotiating contracts during the season.

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Feb 7: Parise grabbed an assist in New Jersey's 1-0 win over the Rangers Tuesday, extending points streak to six games. Parise has eight points over the last six contests and remains one of the team's hottest players since the All-Star break. He's gelled nicely with new center Patrik Elias and will continue producing for the Devils.

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Feb 5: Parise scored in Saturday's 6-4 win over Philadelphia, giving him goals in three straight games. The Devils' captain has been hot since the All-Star break and should be a rather safe play as the Devils push for a playoff berth. Parise is also playing for a new contract, be it with New Jersey or another team.

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Feb 2: Parise scored twice in Thursday's 5-3 comeback win over Montreal, giving him three goals in two games since the All-Star break has ended. The Devils will need Parise if they are to make a push for the playoffs and Parise is making a case for himself to be the free agent prize of the summer. The Devils have no interest in trading him and Parise has played solidly since the NHL resumed action this week, grabbing three goals, albeit one a softie from Carey Price. Expect Parise's numbers to be consistent as the season progresses as rumors will continue to swirl about his eventual landing spot.

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Jan 21: Parise saw a goal drought reach four games on Saturday, with one assist over that span. Parise has one goal in the last six contests after playing great hockey in late December and early January. The Devils have scored just two goals in their last two games, but expect Parise to turn the corner soon.

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Jan 12: Parise scored the game winning goal at the 1:06 mark of overtime as the Devils downed the Oilers 2-1 on Wednesday night. The goal came on the power play. He now has 10 points (4G, 6A) over his last eight games, including points in five straight. After a relatively slow start to the season, Parise's really picked up his game since late November and has re-established himself as one of the better fantasy forwards in the game.

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Jan 10: Parise has rattled off five points in the last three games with a goal and four assists. Parise is starting to round into form and has a healthy 35 points in 41 games this season. His production the last month has been buoyed by the chemistry on the team's top line between he, rookie Adam Henrique and Ilya Kovalchuk. Expect the numbers to keep coming for Parise.

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Dec 31: Parise iced the Devils' win over Pittsburgh Saturday with an empty-net goal, his second goal in as many games. Parise was buzzing around the goal all afternoon and has been playing strongly of late, with three points in the last four games. He has been finding the goal more regularly with 7 of his 12 goals in December. Expect the numbers to continue coming as he is averaging close to four shots-per game, but also expect talk of a contract extension start to dominate Devils' coverage. Having signed a one-year contract as a restricted free agent last summer. Parise is eligible to negotiate a new contract starting on December 1.

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Dec 17: Parise potted a goal and grabbed three assists in Friday's win over Dallas, giving him eight points in the last three games. Parise has goals in three straight contest and has 16 points in the last 10 games. He has found his stride and is reminding the Devils of the type of player he can be and their utter need to re-sign him as soon as the calendar turns to January. Parise has shown astounding chemistry with Ilya Kovalchuk and rookie Adam Henrique.

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Dec 14: Parise scored for the third time in four games and has seven points over the last five contests. Parise is playing with the confidence he showed during his 44 and 38-goal campaigns. He could be one of the league's biggest free agent prizes this offseason should the Devils opt to let him walk. Play Parise with confidence.

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Dec 12: Parise registered a goal and two assists in Monday's 5-4 win over Tampa Bay, giving him seven points in the last five games. Parise has come on strong the last month as he and Ilya Kovalchuk have found a center that allows the two stars to coexist. Parise made his presence known Monday night with strong play on and off the puck, drawing the praise and hyperbole of Pierre McGuire. If you're interesting in going after Parise, time is running out to sell his owners on a slow start as he is finding his game.

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Nov 15: Parise grabbed two assists in New Jersey's 4-3 loss to Boston Tuesday, snapping a three-game points drought. Parise has seen a rough stretch of play with no points and a minus-5 rating the last three games, but the hard-working winger played the role of provider Tuesday, setting up two goals, including the team's first power-play goal in 22 attempts. Parise is still finding his timing but he has shown no physical setbacks this season. Considering the Devils have injuries to several of their top forwards, Parise is carrying a large burden of the offensive load for New Jersey.

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Nov 5: Parise grabbed two assists in Saturday's win over Winnipeg, giving him three points in the last two games. Parise also finished the contest a plus-2 and put five shots on goal, almost securing a power-play overtime winner himself. The talented winger created several chances for himself and appears to be finding his game along with rising star Adam Henrique, as the two have combined for four goals the last two games.

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Oct 10: Parise grabbed two goals in Monday's win over Carolina. The newly anointed captain grabbed he team's opening goal and iced the win with a power-play empty-netter. it's no secret the Devils need much production from their dynamic left winger, but more efforts like Monday's will make owners and Devils' fans quite happy.

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Oct 5: Parise was named New Jersey's captain Wednesday, according to the . Not much of a surprise here for the Devils, as Parise's the new face of the franchise. You won't get extra points in your pool for PArise being named captain, but the Devils are confident in Parise's health and his ability to lead the team.

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Oct 2: Parise assisted on Petr Sykora's goal in Saturday's preseason win over Philadelphia and the two have shown good chemistry during camp. Parise can be productive regardless of whom he skates with, but the line of Patrik Elias and Petr Sykora have drawn the praises of Devils' coach Peter DeBoer. Parise's fully recovered from last year's surgery on his torn meniscus and is primed for a strong season. Draft accordingly.

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Sep 26: Parise enjoyed practicing with Patrik Elias and Petr Sykora Tuesday, the Bergen Record's Tom Gulitti reports. Parise says his timing is coming back. Parise and Elias likely will start the season together but the addition of Sykora, a training camp invitee, could be intriguing. Parise's been able to produce regardless of whom he skates alongside, but expect this line to get a look during the final preseason games. For those looking at a contract year as a harbinger of a huge season, Parise's primed. He signed a one-year, $6 million deal in July and many believe his days in Newark are numbered. He's shown no setbacks in recovering from torn meniscus surgery that torpedoed his 2010-11 season. As left wings are concerned, few are more highly rated at that position and Parise's a dynamic offensive player with 88 goals to his credit during his last two full seasons.

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Sep 18: New Jersey coach Pete DeBoer says Parise and Patrik Elias are playing well together during the opening days of training camp, according to the Newark Star-Ledger. Expect this duo to continue through training camp as the Devils aim to nail down their top line with Travis Zajac out until November. Parise is versatile enough to play well regardless of whom he is alongside, but Elias can create space and is a skilled passer. Parise's hungry for a strong season and should be regarded as one of the top left wings available if your league favors three forward positions.

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Sep 17: Parise said he feels great during the opening days of training camp and is excited for the season, according to the Bergen Record's Tom Gulitti. Not much of a surprise as, Parise had previously said he was fully recovered from surgery on his left knee and is eager for the season. His recent 1-year, $6 million contract is the subject of much discussion, as speculation abounds as to why the deal wasn't longer than a year. Rumors will swirl around his leaving New Jersey all season, but the dynamic winger is focused on regaining his 40-goal form and getting the Devils back to the playoffs. Parise won't be a top pick as he was entering last year, but he'll produce while proving New Jersey naysayers wrong.

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Sep 8: Parise is highly awaiting the opening of New Jersey training camp and has reported no setbacks from rehabbing his surgically repaired knee, the Bergen Record's Tom Gulitti reports. That's a massive understatement for the Devils' dynamic winger, who played just one game between early November and the season's end after recovering from surgery to repair a torn meniscus. Parise's always been one of the hardest workers on the ice and has been rewarded with 88 goals his last two full seasons. Owners can rest assured that Parise is healthy and ready to resume his mantle and one of fantasy hockey's top left wingers (if your league favors varied forward positions). He signed a one-year contract to remain in New Jersey and will be a much sought after free agent should the Devils bungle his re-signing.

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Jul 29: Parise and the Devils avoided salary arbitration by agreeing to a one-year contract Friday, according to the Bergen Record's Tom Gulitti. This ensures a potentially messy arbitration hearing will not ensue and gives the team time to reach a potentially long-term contract after January. Parise's the face of the franchise and will be eligible for free agency next summer, something the Devils likely will not allow to happen. Stay tuned.

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Jul 26: Avoiding salary arbitration with Zach Parise is the Devils' primary focus before his scheduled August 4 hearing, the Bergen Record's Tom Gulitti reports. Salary arbitration hearings are never pleasant and the Devils don't want to risk being unable to lock up Parise during his one-year and adding his name to the likes of Scott Niedermayer, Brian Rafalski and Scott Gomez as players they have let walk away from New Jersey. Parise's coming off a season that saw him play just 13 games due to surgery on a torn meniscus, but posted back-to-back 40-goal campaigns the two seasons prior. It's not like the Devils need to reassess Parise's value to the squad, but the Devils wanted to assure he wouldn't be offer sheet fodder this summer and opted for salary arbitration. Parise will be a Devil next year whether he signs a new contract or not.

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Jul 11: Parise's arbitration hearing is slated for August 3 and the team is still working toward avoiding salary arbitration, the Newark Star-Ledger reports. Parise told the Ledger he would consider signing a one-year contract to avoid arbitration, but ideally wants a long-term contract. Parise was prevented from fielding offer sheets when the team opted for salary arbitration and the Devils realize how vital it is to lock up their franchise player. The Devils, no doubt, are going to use Parise's injury-riddled 2010-11 season (13 games played) against him in the hearing to secure a lower figure. Stay tuned, but know that Parise will be a Devil next season.

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Jun 17: The Devils have filed for club-elected salary arbitration for Parise as they've been unable to agree on a long-term contract to this point, Tom Gulitti of the Bergen Record reports. Long story short, Parise will be playing in New Jersey next season, and it may come down an arbitrator determining his salary for the 2011-12 campaign. The Devils would like to lock up him with a long-term deal, but the two sides haven't been able to hammer one out just yet. The move ensures that the Parise won't be allowed to field offers from other teams as a restricted free agent come July 1.

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Jun 11: There are no reports of movement on the Devils and Parise reaching a contract extension and the two parties likely will go to salary arbitration, the Bergen Record's Tom Gulitti reports. This can be viewed as disappointing news for the Devils, as they've had a number of salary disputes with former starts over the years such as Scott Niedermayer and Brian Rafalski. The Devils may be using Parise's injury-plagued 2010-11 season as a way to limit his salary, but back-to-back 40 goal seasons speak for themselves. Parise will be a restricted free agent this season and a tremendous target for an offer sheet from a general manager that wants to incur the wrath of Lou Lamoriello, as the Devils may not be able to match it.

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Apr 23: The Devils want to re-sign Zach Parise as quickly as possible and may pursue salary arbitration, the Newark Star-Ledger. Parise will be a restricted free agent on July .1 Leave it to the Devils to possibly tick off one of the league's most dynamic players in a contract dispute, something they haven't done since losing Scott Niedermayer, Scott Gomez, Brian Rafalski and Paul Martin in recent years. Parise will be a massive target for an offer sheet from an interested team and the Devils may not be able to match. It would be in New Jersey's best interests sign Parise as quickly as possibly and not let this fester into another salary dispute that could cost the team another top-end player.

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Apr 7: Parise (knee) will be held out of the season's final three games by the Devils, according to the Bergen Record. He will be restricted free agent this off-season. Parise had minimal impact in the two games he played upon returning from torn meniscus surgery and he did not suit up for Wednesday's win over Toronto. Tough blow for those hoping to snag some production from Parise in the season's final days, but the Devils, missing the playoffs for the first time since 1996, will hold out their star forward, opting to not risk injury in essentially meaningless games. Parise will continue to practice with the team.

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Apr 6: Parise (knee) will not play Wednesday against the Maple Leafs, Bergen Record writer Tom Gulitti reports. Moreover, coach Jacques Lemaire noted that he doesn't know if Parise will play in any of the Devils' remaining games.

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Apr 6: Parise (right knee) isn't definite to play Wednesday against the Maple Leafs, as suggested by Devils coach Jacques Lemaire, The Star-Ledger reports. A report by the Bergen Record from Tuesday had Parise saying that he definitely plans on playing Wednesday. Perhaps he is being optimistic and Lemaire cautious, but either way, Parise is risky to insert into your fantasy lineups as he has appeared in just one game since Oct. 30.

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Apr 5: Parise (right knee) will not play Tuesday against the Penguins, the Bergen Record reports. Parise had hoped to play in every game for the rest of the season, but the Devils don't want him to play on back-to-back nights. He'll sit out Tuesday and play Wednesday against Toronto.

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Apr 2: Parise played 16:02 in Saturday's loss to Montreal, his first game since October 30 as he was recovering from surgery on his torn meniscus. Parise was a bit more quiet than the Devils would have liked, but the Habs shut down the team's modest scoring threats, the Devils being the offensive juggernaut they are. No setback as far as the dynamic winger's knee, and expect him to play the team's final four games this week.

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Apr 2: As expected, Parise will return to the lineup Saturday against Montreal, his first game since Oct. 30, the Newark Star-Ledger reports. Hopefully, you've already added Parise if he was available in your league, as the Devils are aiming to get five games out of their dynamic winger who just returned from knee surgery. This report just confirms what was expected all week, that Parise will return. Expect Parise, a restricted free agent, to be his usual high-energy self.

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Mar 31: Parise (knee) skated with Travis Zajac and Nick Palmieri in practice Thursday, the Newark Star-Ledger reports. Parise likely will return to action Saturday against Montreal. They're not quite on a mission from God, but the Devils are getting the band back together as Parise will take his usual spot on Zajac's left wing. The Devils should get five games from their franchise's face as he's returning from surgery to repair a torn meniscus. If he's available in your league, you could do worse than adding Parise in the midst of your playoffs.

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Mar 30: Parise will not play for the United States in April's World Championships, the Bergen Record reports. Parise would have been a boon for Team USA, but the risk is too great for the dynamic winger as he aims to play in New Jersey's final five games. Parise is a restricted free agent this summer and the Devils apparently have not yet begun contract talks.

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Mar 30: Parise (knee) expects to make his return against Montreal on Saturday, NewJerseyDevils.com reports. While it's a bit disappointing that he couldn't stick to the Wednesday target he initially had, Parise should still be able to make a sizable impact in New Jersey's final five games.

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Mar 30: Parise (knee) will not play Wednesday against the Islanders, Bergen Record writer Tom Gulitti reports. Parise is getting close however, with a return to action conceivably possible as soon as Friday against the Flyers.

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Mar 29: Parise (knee) expects return within three games, Bergen Record writer Tom Gulitti reports. In other words, if he can't play against the Islanders on Wednesday, he thinks Saturday's game against Montreal is the worst-case scenario. His owners will want him active whenever he makes his return, in any case.

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Mar 29: New Jersey coach Jacques Lemaire admits it is unlikely that Parise (knee) will play on a line with Ilya Kovalchuk when he returns to action, the Bergen Record reports. Seeing that both Parise and Kovalchuk are left wingers, it's not too much of a surprise, however, both are extremely versatile and will likely be on the power play together. Parise is aiming to return this week and could play Wednesday against the Islanders.

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Mar 27: Parise (knee) is not sure if he will return to the Devils' lineup Wednesday, the Bergen Record reports. Coach Jacques Lemaire hinted that a call won't be made on that front until game day, so rolling with Parise, who has not played since Oct. 30, is looking like a gamble this coming week. "I don't know," Lemaire said Sunday. "I think the closest we'll be from saying yes or no will be Wednesday." That said, with the team's playoff hopes slim at best, there appears to be no compelling reason to rush Parise back at this stage.

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Mar 26: Parise (knee) will not play against the Sabres on Saturday, but it continues to appear as though he expects to be ready to play Wednesday against the Islanders, the Bergen Record reports. It remains to be seen how much rust he'll need to shake off when he does return, but Parise is capable of producing at a point-per-game clip when healthy and deployed fully.

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Mar 25: Parise (knee) seems to be targeting Wednesday's game against the Islanders for his return date, Bergen Record writer Tom Gulitti reports. There's still a good amount of practice work to be done prior to then, so certainly don't consider a Wednesday return to be written in stone. Still, it's looking like Parise merely has to sharpen his game a bit before he'll be ready to play again.

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Mar 25: Parise (knee) won't play Friday or Saturday, Bergen Record writer Tom Gulitti reports. Parise seems close to returning, but it's difficult to get an exact read on when that might occur. Expect more info on his status to surface over the weekend.

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Mar 24: Devils GM Lou Lamoriello said Parise (knee) will play this year, the Newark Star-Ledger reports. Parise joined the Devils in practice Thursday, so it seems that Lamoriello's statement could be a true one. We'll keep an eye on his progress.

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Mar 23: Parise (knee) has been skating on his own for about three weeks, and now appears close to being able to participate in a full practice sometime this week, the Bergen Record reports. As suggested in the report, Parise could get that practice in Thursday. But remember, he hasn't appeared in a game since sustaining a torn meniscus Oct. 30, so don't be surprised if he is rusty upon his eventual return to the lineup.

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Mar 16: Parise (knee) hopes to play again this season and may be close to returning to practice, Rich Chere of The Star-Ledger reports. Based on the report, it sounds like Parise is making some headway in his recovery from a meniscus tear. However, even when he does return to practice, GM Lou Lamoriello said it would be another two to three weeks before the star player is ready for contact.

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Mar 10: Parise (knee) took shots on New Jersey assistant coach Chris Terreri Wednesday and has progressed to hard stops with his skating, the Bergen Record reports. Parise still needs about two weeks of skating on his own before joins the team, but he's progressing well in his recovery from surgery on his torn meniscus. There's no exact timetable for his return to game action, but he is skating and feeling well and is progressing toward cutting and pivoting on his skates.

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Mar 4: Parise (knee) will skate again Friday following his first time on the ice since October 30 on Thursday, when he skated for an hour, the Bergen Record reports. There is no timetable for Parise's return to game action, and with 19 games left, there is no guarantee he will at again this season. He's continuing physical therapy and vigorous off-ice workouts and, with his work ethic, it wouldn't be a surprise if he returned. Stay tuned.

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Mar 3: Parise, who underwent right knee surgery Nov. 2, was able to skate Thursday, the Newark Star-Ledger reports. Parise, who skated for about an hour, albeit not at top speed, said that he still hopes to play again this season. "The goal stays the same. I'm definitely going to try to play," Parise said Thursday. "I was happy with the way things went today."

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Mar 2: Parise's knee exam Wednesday was extremely positive and he is set to resume light skating, the Devils' official site reports. Parise will skate on his own for a minimum of two-to-three weeks, so while a return to game action is not imminent here, he's definitely making progress on that front.

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Feb 28: Parise (knee) will have his knee examined on Wednesday and is hopeful of beginning skating soon, the Newark Star-Ledger reports. The Devils will have to weigh the risk of returning Parise to the lineup as they are still red hot with an outside shot at the playoffs, but Parise has not begun skating yet. He's always been in outstanding shape and is a tireless worker. If the Devils do bring him back to the lineup, he could make a nice addition to your squad come fantasy playoffs.

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Feb 14: Parise (knee surgery) still hopes that he can get back in action before the end of the season, the Bergen Record reports. Parise will have to wait until March 2 for his next follow-up examination, at which point he hopes to be cleared to skate. Based on that, it seems unlikely that his return would come before April, meaning that at best, fantasy owners won't get more than a handful of games worth of production from Parise before season's end.

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Jan 21: Parise (knee surgery) is conducting off-ice workouts and remains on course for a late March return, the Newark Star-Ledger reports. Not much of a surprise for Parise, as he's expected to be out this long. Odds are he will miss the remainder of the season, but it shouldn't surprise any if he plays a handful of games at season's end. It would behoove New Jersey to lock up Parise with a long-term deal, as he'll be a restricted free agent this summer.

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Jan 8: The Devils and Parise (torn meniscus) have not talked about a contract extension, the Newark Star-Ledger reports. He's a restricted free agent following this season. Parise's season is essentially lost, as he may not be physically able to play until mid-to-late March. With the Devils essentially out of the playoffs for the first time since 1996, odds are Parise will bag the season. Parise's a logical choice to be the team's new captain as Jamie Langenbrunner was dealt to Dallas Thursday. The team has not talked contract extension with Parise, but it'd be surprising if the Devils didn't lock him up before he becomes a restricted free agent, as he'll be offer-sheet fodder for many a team that have much more cap room than New Jersey.

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Dec 24: Parise (knee surgery) likely will not begin skating until March and could miss the season, the Bergen Record reports. Parise was expected back by February, but after having his knee examined again, doctors want him off skates until March. With this recent prognosis, Parise would only be back for a few games and with the Devils on pace to miss the playoffs, he may not return. Stay tuned.

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Dec 13: Parise (torn meniscus) removed his knee brace and remains on pace for an early February return, the Bergen Record reports. The Devils desperately need their talisman back on the ice, as they are floundering to say the least. Parise remains on pace for an early February, late January at-the-earliest, return. The team still has not approached Parise about a contract extension, as he will be a restricted free agent this summer, also know as tremendous fodder for an offer sheet the Devils may/will not be able to match.

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Nov 29: Parise (knee) remains out until January or early February recovering from a torn meniscus and was seen at Pat Burns' funeral on crutches Monday. There has been no official word on the status of Parise's recovery but all there has also been no reporting of setbacks in the star winger's recovery. Parise's been a very durable player considering he's such a high energy player so we'd look for him back by mid-to-late January, by which time the Devils will hopefully have their act together. Parise could be a boon to your roster come that time if owners are frustrated with their lack of performance from a first-round pick.

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Nov 5: Parise (knee) is expected to be placed on long-term injured reserve list Friday, the North Jersey Blog reports. Devils general manager Lou Lamoriello said "left wing Zach Parise, who is expected to miss three months with a torn meniscus in his right knee, will be placed on long-term injured reserve." He went on to state he "expects Anton Volchenkov to be in uniform Friday night" which will open up room for Parise to be moved to that IR spot.

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Nov 2: Parise underwent exploratory arthroscopic surgery to repair a torn meniscus in his right knee and will be out three months, the Associated Press reports. The stumbling Devils just can't catch a break. Even though the injury was just "exploratory," Parise will still need months before he's ready to play. Don't expect to see him again until February.

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Nov 1: Devils president and general manager Lou Lamoriello announced Monday that Parise needs arthroscopic knee surgery and will be out indefinitely, ESPN New York reports. Lamoriello did not say which knee is bothering Parise or when the surgery will be performed. He said the injury has been bothering him all season. Look for more of the scoring burden to fall to Patrik Elias and Ilya Kovalchuk with Parise out.

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Oct 31: New Jersey is fearful that Parise may have suffered a serious right knee injury in Saturday's loss to Los Angeles, the Newark Star-Ledger reports. He won't travel with the Devils to Vancouver and will head back to New Jersey to be examined. The Devils are officially calling it only a lower body injury, but they're hoping it's not a season-ending injury.

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Oct 30: Parise did not return to the Devils' bench for the third period of Saturday night's game. There is speculation that he injured his right leg in a collision in the second but nothing has been confirmed. It would be a devastating blow to the Devils and to Parise's owners -- he may have had a sluggish start but the guy is a stud. Fingers crossed, folks.

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Oct 23: Parise, who has gotten off to an underwhelming start for the Devils, scored his third goal of the season in Saturday night's 6-1 loss to Buffalo. It is still way too early to worry about Parise's sluggish start. There is much more reason for optimism for the American star, as he still has an entire season of power-play time alongside Ilya Kovalchulk to look forward to.

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Oct 11: Parise has tallied just one goal in the season's first three games, boasting a minus-2 rating. This stat line shouldn't last too long as Parise's almost never a minus player. Look for him to bounce back as the Devils find their stride, but if you're looking to poach him from an unhappy owner, now could be the time.

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Sep 28: Parise will be a restricted free agent next summer but noted he is willing to negotiate a new contract during the upcoming season, according to the Bergen Record. Locking up Parise long-term is paramount to any success New Jersey hopes to achieve in the coming seasons, as the prospect of he and Ilya Kovalchuk together for years to come is rather inviting. Parise's a mature enough player to not let a contract negotiation be a distraction, so look for him to remain in New Jersey for years to come.

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Sep 28: Parise has been skating with Ilya Kovalchuk and Travis Zajac during preseason contests and training camp. Parise had a ton of value before this roster move, but moving Kovalchuk to the right side only further complements the chemistry Parise displayed with Zajac the last several seasons. Parise's a tireless worker that's cracked 80 points easily the last two seasons and is regularly one of the top forwards in plus-minus. His numbers can only go up if this group finds their stride.

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Aug 2: The Devils have yet to talk with Parise about a contract extension, the reports. Parise will be a restricted free agent after next season and the Devils would like to lock him up for longer. The Ilya Kovalchuk saga has delayed any discussions on a Parise contract extension.

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Mar 15: Parise posted the game-winning goal in Monday's win over Boston. Parise has four goals in seven post-Olympic contests and remains a top option despite his numbers being a little down from last year's 45-goal campaign. He saw some time with Ilya Kovalchuk Monday and will feature prominently in the Devils' attack.

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Mar 6: Parise posted two goals in Friday's loss to Calgary and is currently riding a five-game, eight-point streak (5-3-8). This streak is sandwiched around the Olympics, where Parise made a major impact for Team USA. He's posted 30 goals for the third consecutive season and will continue to be the offensive leader for the Devils. His plus-22 rating is a nice bonus as well.

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Feb 12: Parise said he will return Friday after sitting out Wednesday's game with an upper-body injury, NJ.com reports. "It's still pretty sore today (Thursday), but it's not even close to what it was (Wednesday), that's why I'm pretty confident that (Friday) will be fine,'' Parise said Thursday.

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Feb 10: Parise (upper body injury) was a surprise scratch for Wednesday's game against the Flyers, the Newark Star-Ledger reports. Until we hear otherwise, consider Parise, who is missing his first game this season, day-to-day.

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Feb 8: Parise snapped a four-game scoring drought with a tally in Monday's loss to Philadelphia. Parise's been a little quiet of late but he usually isn't too dormant too long. Space will open up for him on the power play with the addition of Ilya Kovalchuk and there are rumors the two of them may seem time together at even strength despite playing the same position.

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Jan 31: Parise assisted on both New Jersey goals in Sunday's 3-2 loss to the Kings. Parise has six points (2G, 4A) in his last two games and 57 points (25G, 32A) in 54 games to lead New Jersey in scoring.

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Jan 30: Parise scored twice and added two assists in Friday's win over Toronto. The scoring was a boon for Parise and Devils, who were shutout three times in the last two weeks. Parise has four goals in the last four contests and will continue to be the focal point of New Jersey's attack. Despite the Devils' recent offensive struggles, Parise's a must-start.

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Jan 29: Parise sat out Thursday's practice to rest, but will play Friday against the Maple Leafs, the Bergen Record reports. The Devils have a good matchup tonight against the struggling Maple Leafs, and Parise is a safe start.

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Jan 9: Parise scored the game winner in overtime in Saturday's 2-1 win over Montreal. He also picked up an assist. He has goals in back-to-back games and four in his last six. His 10 points in his last nine games, while spread out across that span, could signal a return to his early-season heat. He's elite; use that way.

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Dec 28: Parise scored twice in Monday's win over Atlanta, snapping a 13-game scoring drought. Parise was still productive during the uncharacteristically long drought. He's still ahead of point-per-game pace and his league-leading plus-minus continues to rise. You know what to do.

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Dec 23: Parise's goal drought continued Monday, reaching 10 games, but he did post three assists in the win over Pittsburgh, giving him five in the last two games. We'd be more worried if the points were not coming for the dynamic youngster, but over the 10-game span he has 10 helpers. Look for the goals to come, but the points are there and his plus-20 is tops in the NHL.

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Dec 9: Parise had a pair of assists in a 4-2 win over the visiting Hurricanes on Wednesday. Parise is a phenomenal player that shows no sign of slowing down, especially as the Devils are playing winning hockey. If there is any way to steal him away from his current owner, get the deal done, otherwise hope he doesn't hurt your team too bad.

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Nov 29: A goal in Saturday's win extended Parise's points streak to 10 games. Parise has goals in eight of those 10 games and 15 points over that span as well. He's sporting and outstanding plus-19 rating and is on pace for close to 100 points.

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Nov 19: Parise scored both the Devils' goals in a shootout loss to Nashville. He's now scored a goal in six straight, and has multiple points in five of those games.

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Nov 16: Parise potted a goal and an assist Monday in a loss to the Flyers, extending his goal streak to five games. Parise's been on fire of late with four multi-point efforts in his last four contests. He's arguably one of the league's most productive playerrs the last two weeks and should continue to do so.

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Nov 12: Parise collected a goal, an assist and a plus-three in Thursday's win over the Penguins. The 21 points in 17 games are nice, but the plus-10 rating to go with it is what makes Parise particularly great to own in fantasy.

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Nov 11: Parise scored a shorthanded marker and added an assist to help the Devils to a 3-1 win over the visiting Ducks Wednesday. This is the second two-point night in so many games and Parise is starting to heat back up. He is an elite winger and should be cemented to starting fantasy rosters.

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Nov 7: Parise scored a goal and added an assist in Saturday's win over Ottawa. Seventeen points in 15 games -- he's showing last year's 94 points were a true reflection of his skills. Even under a so-called defensive coaching scheme, Parise is a stud.

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Oct 24: Parise posted his third-consecutive two-point contest with a goal and an assist in Saturday's win over Pittsburgh. He's scored in four straight games. Parise is pretty good at hockey. He's notched eight points in the last four games and shows little sign of slowing down.

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Oct 22: Parise scored twice (one an empty-netter) and added an assist in Thursday's win over the Rangers. After a less-than-stellar start to the year, Parise has four goals and six points over his last three games.

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Oct 17: Parise posted a goal and an assist in Saturday's victory over Carolina, his second goal in as many games. The star left winger has seven points in the last six games and sees a ton of offensive opportunities every game. The goal was an empty-netter and he set up Jamie Langenbrunner's game-winner.

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Oct 16: Parise notched his second goal of the season in Friday's loss to Atlanta. Parise had a bit of a slow start by his standards but has bounced back to have five points in the last five contests. Expect him to be a major factor this season.

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Oct 8: Parise picked up a goal and an assist, and scored in the shootout in Thursday's win over the Lightning. He had a slow first two games, but last year's biggest breakout player should still lead the way on offense for the Devils.

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Oct 7: Parise has no goals, one assist and is a minus-2 after two games this season. There is no reason to read into any of this as Parise and linemaates Travis Zajac and Jamie Langenbrunner have played solidy in hte first two games. Unless he enters a big slump, expect Parise to regain his scoring form. He plays with a ton of energy and will be the focal point of the team's attack.

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Apr 17: Parise netted his second goal of the playoffs, but New Jersey lost Game 2 to Carolina 2-1 in overtime on Friday evening. Parise lead New Jersey with six shots on goal an 6:46 of power play ice time on Friday evening. The series in now tied 1-1 and heads to Carolina.

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Apr 16: Parise scored one goal and added one assist to help the Devils secure a game one victory over Carolina Wednesday. Parise had 45 goals on the season and continued his fantastic play in the first game of the playoffs.

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Apr 11: Parise potted his 45th goal of the season in Saturday's win over Carolina. He finishes the season with 45 goals and 94 points; that output is a full 45 percent better than his point total from last season (65). Parise is the epitome of the model NHLer -- his offensive explosion came in his fourth full season. Expect good things this postseason.

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Mar 18: Parise scored once Wednesday during a 4-2 loss in Carolina. This was Parise's 41st of the season and extends his point streak to six games. He has scored six goals and added nine assists over the last ten games. He has a solid shot to notch the first 100-point season of his career.

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Feb 28: Parise had two goals and an assist in Saturday's romp over Florida. They were his 37th and 38th goals of the season. He's on pace for a 100-point season and could even deliver 50 goals. This guy is rock-solid -- you know what to do.

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Feb 26: Parise led the Devils with a goal and two assists Thursday night against Colorado. His breakout season continues. Parise now has 73 points (36, 37) in 61 games -- good for fifth in the NHL in scoring.

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Feb 19: Parise is apparently suffering from a stomach flu according to the Devils' broadcast. He returned in the third period after missing the second, scoring a goal. Parise's goal knotted up the game at two and he appears to have no lingering effects from the stomach virus.

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Feb 19: Parise left the Devils' game against Tampa in the first period and has yet to return. There is no word on what is keeping Parise off the ice, but this is some disconcerting news. More to come as it's known.

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Feb 15: Parise recorded two assists and eight shots on goal in the Devils' 6-5 win Sunday. He's fifth in points in the NHL with 69 (34G, 35A). Play him and keep him.

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Feb 12: Parise notched two goals and two assists in the Devils' 4-2 win over the Islanders Wednesday night. Parise has been lights out over the last month, scoring in all but two games and tallying 21 points (12 goals) in his last 15 games. He's as hot as it gets currently in the NHL, so keep rolling him.

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Feb 9: Parise scored twice in New Jersey's blanking of the Rangers Monday, netting the game-winner. Parise's second marker was an empty-netter and gives him 32 on the season. He's tied for fourth in the Richard Trophy race with Buffalo's Thomas Vanek. Parise has already surpassed last season's goals and point totals. He has 12 points in the last nine games and remains one of the league's most productive players.

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Feb 6: Parise tickled the twine for this 30th goal of the season and added a helper as New Jersey skated past Atlanta 5-1 on Friday evening. Parise now has 30 or more goals in three straight seasons and should easily eclipse his career high in points (65 - 32G, 33A) as he has 61 points in 52 games. Parise has scored in eight straight games (5G, 5A).

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Jan 17: Parise had a goal and an assist Saturday against the Islanders. He's the Devils' MVP-to-date with 26 goals and 52 points in 45 games. He's moving into the second-tier of the NHL elite; use him accordingly.

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Jan 11: Parise scored his 24th goal of the season Sunday in Anaheim. The 24-year old is having a break out season being tied for fourth overall in goals and sixth overall in points.

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Jan 10: Parise is on pace for a 45-goal season Newark Star-Ledger and was selected to his first all-star team Thursday. Parise is aiming to become the franchise's first 50-goal scorer and is not too far off the pace. He's emerging as one of the league's elite young players and was probably a value pick based on where he got them. He's a tireless worker and gets goals all over the ice. If there's a way you can get your hands on him do so, but his value is sky-high in keeper leagues.

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Jan 2: Parise potted his 22nd goal and added a helper in New Jersey's 4-1 win over Montreal on Friday evening. Parise moves into the top five in NHL scoring with 46 points in 37 games

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Dec 30: Parise scored twice in Tuesday's win over St. Louis. Parise's fantastic season rolls on. He now has 21 goals and 44 points in 35 games this year.

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Dec 19: Parise tallied four assists in Friday's 5-1 win over the Senators. It was the second time this season that Parise has totaled four assists in a game. He continues to be among the league leaders in scoring and is developing into quite the fantasy stud.

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Dec 12: Parise posted four assists in Friday's 8-5 win over the Rangers, giving him points in four consecutive games with eight over that span. Parise, one of the league's top scorers, turned to a provider Friday, contributing four assists. He's been on a season-long hot streak it seems and is well on his way to shattering his previous career bests in goals and points. He's a plus-15 this season to boot.

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Dec 10: Parise scored the enventual game-winner on Wednesday during the Devils' 4-1 win over Pittsburgh. This was Parise's 16th goal of the season and third game-winner. Amazingly, he has only failed to record points in six games this season. He is as solid a starting winger as they come.

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Dec 6: Parise scored the game-winning goal Saturday against Montreal. It was his 14th goal and 27th point of the season. Parise has never topped 65 points but it sure looks like he'll eclipse that tally this year. He's the kind of guy who'll be a 40-goal, 90-plus point player in his prime. Keeper leaguers may already know that so he might be hard to obtain in a trade. But it's worth asking -- his owner could be thinking he's a Devil. And that's often an offensive kiss of death.

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Nov 21: Parise had three helpers in Friday night's 5-2 win over Islanders. Parise is scoring more than a point-a-game with 23 points (12G, 11A) in 21 games and could exceed last season's 65 points (32G, 33A).

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Nov 9: Parise scored his 11th goal of the season in the Devils' 2-1 loss to Edmonton Sunday. Parise scored the Devils' only goal for the second consecutive night. He is also just one goal behind the NHL leader, Thomas Vanek, who has 12.

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Nov 8: Parise posted New Jersey's only goal in Saturday's loss to Detroit. Parise is the only evidence to support the claim that New Jersey can score goals, as he is among the NHL leaders with 10 tallies. The fourth-year winger has been playing exemplary hockey of late, going full blast when he's on the ice. Despite New Jersey's offensive ineptitude, Parise should be among the Eastern Conference's top scorers this season.

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Nov 3: Parise's six-game scoring streak was snapped in Monday's 2-0 loss to Buffalo. Parise was by far the hardest-working Devil on the ice other than Kevin Weekes. The impressive youngster has 12 points so far this season and a tireless work ethic that will keep his name on the scoresheet, if the Devils can ever score again.

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Oct 24: Parise had a hand in all the New Jersey scoring, as he picked up his fifth goal of the season and added a pair of assists in Friday's 6-3 loss to Philadelphia. Parise now has 10 points (5G, 5A) including two power-play goals on the young seven-game start to the season.

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Oct 23: Parise had a goal and an assist in the Devils' 5-0 shutout of the Stars Wednesday. Parise is off to a dynamite start with seven points in six games. The winger seemed primed to make a jump into the elite wingers of the NHL this season, and is showing that so far.

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Oct 13: Parise continued his season-opening point streak to three games with an assist in a loss to the Rangers Monday. Parise has a point in each game this season and is primed to make a run at 70-plus points. He'll be the Devils' leading scorer and his tireless work rate will keep his name on the scoresheet.

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Oct 1: Parise buried a shorthanded goal in Wednesday's 3-0 preseason win over the Islanders. Parise is maturing into a real nice player, scoring 32 goals last season and setting a career high in points (65) and plus/minus (plus-13). He should be a quality pick in any fantasy draft this season.

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Apr 13: Parise will be in the lineup for Sunday's Game 3 after having two teeth knocked out in Friday's Game 2 loss. The Devils could use their leading scorer to find the back of the net Sunday as they head to the Garden down 2-0 and, for all intents and purpose, facing elimination.

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Apr 12: Parise had his two front teeth knocked out after a crosscheck from the Rangers' Christian Backman in the second period, TSN.ca reports. Parise had to go to a dentist to get them replaced. Nevertheless, the baby face 23-year-old is starting to get the look of a real hockey player after that shot. He should be OK for Game 3.

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Mar 27: Parise tied his career high for goals Thursday night with his 31st marker of the season. He now has 63 points (31,32) in 76 games after collecting 62 points ((31,31) in 82 contests a year ago.

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Mar 7: Parise scored his third goal in two games Friday in New Jersey's win over Tampa. As an added bonus, Parise finished the night a plus-2 and felt shame in the penalty box for five minutes after fighting Tampa's Dan Boyle. Parise's been red hot of late and should eclipse last season's tally of 31.

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Mar 4: Parise picked up two goals in Tuesday's win over the Leafs. The two markers on Tuesday give Parise 27 goals on the season. His career high is 31, which was set last year.

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Feb 29: Parise failed to register a point in Friday's 4-0 loss to Washington. The young winger wasn't the only person kept off the score sheet, as the Devils were shut down by Cristobal Huet. Parise has had some pointless stretches during the season, so look for him to bounce back soon enough.

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Feb 23: Parise tallied a goal and an assist in Saturday's win over the Islanders. He's now recorded a point in the last six straight contests, having a goal in each of his last five. Parise has improved across the board in his third full season with the Devils and he's on pace to eclipse last year's 62 points in 82 contests.

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Feb 21: Parise's goal streak reached four games Wednesday, as he had a tally in the Devils' win over San Jose. Parise has been scoring in bunches lately, with four goals and a helper in the past five games. Even better is the fact that he's had a point in each contest.

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Feb 16: Parise scored for the second-consecutive game, posting a power-play goal in Saturday's win over Ottawa. Parise's marker turned out to be the game winner and he has two goals in as many games after going scoreless in four and pointless in three. He has a point in each of the past three games.

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Feb 15: Parise scored his first goal in five games in Friday's shootout loss to Atlanta. Parise has cooled off a bit in the goal department, with just five goals in 20 games in 2008. He remains the team's leading scorer and has a solid 50 points in 49 games. Look for Parise to find his name on the score sheet more regularly as the Devils vie for the division crown.

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Feb 6: Parise had only two goals and five assists in 12 January games and has 48 points in 52 games. Parise has two goals and two helpers in three February games already, so it appears he's shaken off the rust that accompanied the New Year. He's well on pace to break last year's career high of 62 points.

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Feb 4: Parise netted his 20th goal 37 seconds into overtime leading New Jersey to a 4-3 win over Pittsburgh on Monday evening. Parise added a pair of assists and now has 48 points in 52 games. One of Parise's assists came on the power play where he has 16 points (8G, 8A).

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Feb 1: Parise is closing in on a 20-goal season. He scored his 19th in the Devils' loss to the Rangers Friday night. He's rolling toward another 30-goal campaign and a career-best in points. Keeper leaguers should ask about his availability -- fourth-year players often have huge breakouts and next year, he'll be in his fourth. As for this season, he remains a solid roll.

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Dec 28: Parise (illness) will be in the lineup Friday after missing last Sunday's win at Calgary, the Newark Star-Ledger reports. Parise's illness wasn't considered serious and he was expected to play Friday, start him with confidence.

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Dec 26: Parise (flu) should be back in the lineup for Friday's tilt against Buffalo after missing Sunday's win in Calgary. Sunday was the first game Parise missed all season but he won't be out of the lineup long. The third-year winger is in the midst of a career year with 35 points (15 G 20 A) in as many games and will continue to produce.

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Dec 6: Parise tallied two goals and two assists Wednesday as the Devils dispatched of the Bruins 4-3 in overtime. Parise is one of the hottest players in the NHL right now, with 17 points in his last eight games. The young winger has loads of talent and will be a force in the years to come.

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Nov 30: Parise registered a hat trick, adding an assist as well, in Friday's 4-0 win over Montreal. It was Parise's fifth multi-point game in the last six and he has 13 points in that span. Parise has been the only bright spot in the Devils' offense this season and his star continues to rise. He's been red-hot lately and Friday's contest was another great performance. Look for his name to continue to appear regularly on the scoresheet. Three of Friday's points were on the power play.

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Nov 28: Parise tallied a goal and an assist Wednesday to help lead the Devils over the Stars 4-2. Parise is now at a point-a-game pace, scoring 24 points in 24 games. The young winger is one of the up-and-comers flying a little under the radar right now, but he should continue being a good fantasy play.

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Nov 22: Parise outscored the Penguins by himself Wednesday, scoring both goals in a 2-1 win. Parise has helped keep the anemic New Jersey offense afloat this season, scoring eight goals and 12 assists in 20 games. He looks like he will certainly top his 62-point season from 2006-07, and may even hit the 80-point benchmark.

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Nov 17: Parise had a three-point night -- one goal and two assists -- in Saturday's 6-2 win over the Flyers. He has six points in his last four games after struggling through a three-point, 10-game stretch. Make sure he's active in your lineup.

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Nov 2: Parise scored his second goal in as many games Friday in a win over Toronto. Parise is one of the few Devils faring well this season offensively and it has shown signs of continuing. He's still at a point-per-game pace and should remain active in all formats.

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Oct 20: Parise scored his second goal of the season in Saturday's overtime loss to the Islanders. He now has 10 points through eight games. The third-year winger has been impressive this season, despite only having two goals through eight games. He's found his name on the scoresheet in every game except the two in which the Devils have been shut out.

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Oct 18: Parise took a team-high eight shots in Thursday's 4-0 loss to Philadelphia. He has just one goal on 31 shots after seven games, but his overall production of nine points is an indication of his strong early-season play.

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Oct 17: Parise had three helpers, including one on the game-winner, during a 5-4 win over the Penguins on Wednesday. Parise now has eight assists to go along with one goal in his first six games. This is a solid start for the youngster who is expected to contribute offensively this season. Though he hasn't had much success scoring so far, it isn't from lack of trying -- he fired a game-high six shots on Penguins goalie Marc-Andre Fleury on Wednesday.

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Oct 8: Parise scored his first goal of the season while adding an assist in Monday's 4-2 loss to Ottawa. Parise had seven shots on goal Monday. The Devils will be counting on Parise much this season and looking for him to better last season's 31 goals. Parise's responded so far, with a goal and three helpers in three games. He's a smart play in single season leagues and his value is even higher in keeper leagues.

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Sep 29: Parise had a goal and an assist on the power play in Saturday's 2-1 win over the Islanders. Parise will be counted on heavily to carry a large portion of the offensive load in the swamp. Draft accordingly.

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Aug 1: The Devils re-signed Parise to a four-year, $12.5 million deal, the Associated Press reports. Parise was the Devils' second leading scorer in his sophomore season last year, and he will be given every opportunity to become the team's new leader after Scott Gomez's departure to the Rangers. "I'm hoping to take on more responsibility like I did last year and be put in different situations and opportunities," Parise said. "I'd like to take another step in gaining that respect on the ice."

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Jul 12: The Devils have begun talks with Parise regarding a contract extension, the Newark Star-Ledger reports. Parise made a little over $700K in his sophomore season, where he posted 31 goals and 62 points. Parise stands to see a nice raise could end up with around $4 million. "I met with Mr. [Devils GM Lou] Lamoriello and we had lengthy discussions," said Parise's representative, Neil Sheehy. "Multiyear is something we discussed. We talked about all the different possibilities and we're still in discussion." It would behoove the Devils to lock their budding star up long-term.

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Jul 4: There is a chance Parise could be shifted back to center, the Newark Star-Ledger reports. Parise came into the league as a center but shifted to left wing late in his rookie season. After a breakout 31-goal campaign last season, the Devils would like to keep him with center Travis Zajac, but haven't ruled out the possibility of Parise centering Patrik Elias and Brian Gionta.

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Jun 29: Parise, an unrestricted free agent, was issued a qualifying offer by the Devils, the Newark Star-Ledger reports. Not much of a surprise here after a breakout 64-point, 31 goal season. Parise could be in line for a nice payday next offseason. The third-year winger will be a nice snag in the middle-to-late rounds come draft day. Bump him up a few slots if you're in a keeper league.

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Apr 30: After scoring six goals in the first four games this postseason, Parise has just one in the past five and none in two games. Parise has cooled since his red-hot start against Tampa, scoring points in only one of the last five games. The Devils will need Parise to get back on the scoresheet if they want to win the series.

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Apr 27: Parise picked up his seventh goal of the postseason to go with two assists Thursday, but it was not enough as the Devils fell to Ottawa 5-4. Parise has been a monster this postseason, scoring seven goals and two assists in seven games.

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Apr 18: Parise again had a big night, grabbing two goals in Wednesday's Game 4 win. He now leads the playoffs with six. The Parise coming-out party continued Wednesday as the sophomore left wing makes more of a name for himself. One of the best American prospects in years, Parise should be on your radar for drafts this fall. He posted 31 goals this season.

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Apr 16: Parise continued his hot postseason, netting his fourth goal in Monday's 3-2, Game 3 loss to Tampa. Parise is finding the net and Monday's tally was a deflection off of Dan Boyle that trickled behind an out of position Johan Holmqvist. Parise hasn't had trouble scoring without deflections. With the Devils needing to get back in the series, trailing 2-1, look for Parise to continue to get his name on the scoresheet.

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Apr 14: Parise notched his third goal of the postseason in a 3-2 Game 2 loss to the Lightning Saturday night. The kid who potted 31 in the regular season has continued his sniping ways. He fired a game-high seven shots on net and he's delivering large for fantasy owners who drafted him this postseason.

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Apr 12: Parise posted two goals, including the game-winner, in Thursday's Game 1 win over Tampa. Parise will be counted on by the Devils for some big plays this postseason and he got off to a tremendous start. Coming off a 31-goal, 60-plus point regular season, the sophomore continues to develop into a more confident scorer. Look for him to continue to produce and keep him in mind for your drafts next year, keeper leagues especially.

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Mar 28: Parise scored a goal and added an assist in a 4-3 loss to the Sabres on Wednesday night. He is currently riding a four-game point streak and is knocking on the 60-point plateau, currently sitting with 59 on the season. He has yet to reach his ceiling and is an excellent long-term fantasy player.

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Mar 27: Parise scored his 30th goal of the season on Tuesday in a 3-2 win over the Islanders. Thirty-plus goals in a sophomore season is a nice claim for this promising winger. He should break 60 points this season -- Tuesday's goal gave him 57 -- and he's an attractive prospect in keeper leagues.

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Mar 22: Parise notched his 29th goal of the season, a power-play effort, Thursday night against Tampa Bay. He has three goals and three assists in 10 March games but sports a minus-8 rating, partly because of the team's recent struggles.

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Mar 15: Parise notched his team-leading 28th goal in a 3-2 win over Carolina on Thursday. The goal also moved him into a tie for the team-lead in game-winners with Jamie Langenbrunner -- both players boast seven game-winning goals.

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Mar 8: Parise's strong season continued on Thursday, as he grabbed an assist against the Penguins. Parise has been a nice surprise this season and remains one of the top keeper prospects around. He'll likely finish with over 30 goals and 60-65 points, so he has some value in single-season leagues as well. Look for him to continue to produce as the season races to a close.

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Feb 23: Parise scored his 25th goal of the season on Thursday in the shootout win over the Rangers. The second-year winger has seven goals in 10 games in February. Parise has goals in two straight contests and four of the last five. He's well on his way to 30 goals and 60 points. This kid's value is higher in keeper leagues, but with his consistency, he's proving a value in deeper leagues.

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Feb 3: Parise cracked the 20-goal barrier with what proved to be the game-winning goal in Saturday's match against Buffalo. He also had an assist and a minor penalty, and was plus-2 on the night. He has five points in a three- game streak and is plus-5 in that span. He's a solid play right now.

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Jan 31: Parise grabbed his first goal in 10 games on Monday in the shootout loss to Atlanta. The second-year converted left winger also saw his attempt in the shootout saved by Kari Lehtonen. He's been pretty steady before this bump in the road, but it's looking like he'll finish up with a solid 50-55 points.

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Jan 30: Parise has not scored in nine games, the Newark Star-Ledger reports. Parise was one of the team's more consistent players earlier in the season, but he's fallen off a bit, as have the Devils as a whole offensively. Look for Parise to shake this slide and get back on the scoresheet soon. He's too good of a player to be this quiet for this long. Parise has just three points in those nine games and 36 for the season (17 G, 19 A).

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Jan 5: Parise scored twice in the 4-3 win over the Islanders on Thursday. Parise has been very consistent of late and now has 16 goals and 32 points in 40 games. The goal total is the highest on the team and he's on pace for between 65 and 70 points. The 32 points this year is already a career high. His value is highest in keeper leagues, but his production can also be of service in single season leagues.

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Dec 27: Parise grabbed an assist on Tuesday, giving him points in five consecutive contests. The second-year winger is just three points away from passing the 32 he put up as a rookie. Parise has nine points in the past five after going pointless for five. His points tend to come in bunches but he's on pace for over 60 points.

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Dec 18: Parise ended a five game pointless drought with a goal and two assists on Sunday against the Rangers. Parise can be a bit streaky, so when he puts up points, they tend to come in bunces. His line of Travis Zajac and Jamie Langenbrunner was quite productive the first time they were put together, so there is a chance for Parise to put up some good numbers the next few games.

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Dec 16: Parise was placed on the second line Saturday with Travis Zajac and Jamie Langenbrunner. This trio accounted for a lot of offense while the Devils were struggling to score more than two goals for a long stretch. Parise bounces between this line and playing with Scott Gomez and Brian Gionta. Obviously his value is higher with the first line, but he's produced this season regardless of with whom he's been skating. He's struggled of late and has no points in the past five and just two in the past 10. Don't expect a point per game, but he's been solid and his value is higher in keeper leagues.

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Dec 6: Parise scored the tying goal late in the third period on Wednesday night. The Devils went on to a 2-1 overtime victory against Montreal. The goal was his 10th of the season and he continues to produce. He is a solid role player in yearly leagues and a top youngster for keeper leagues.

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Nov 29: Parise is the team's leading scorer with eight goals and 18 points through 23 games but has no points in the past four and no goals through the last five games. Parise has showed that he's capable of being consistent this season and now has to find his scoring touch again. He's back on the top line with Brian Gionta and Scott Gomez, but the bulk of his points came skating with Jamie Langenbrunner and Travis Zajac. He's a better player than he's been showing lately and those in keeper leagues should rank a him a little higher.

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Nov 24: Parise was bumped up to the top line with Scott Gomez and Brian Gionta for Friday's loss to Anaheim. He had no points and six shots on goal. Parise currently leads the Devils in points with 18 and his six shots shows he really not shy. He's been arguably the team's most consistent scorer, producing with two different lines this season. As always, his value is higher in keeper leagues.

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Nov 12: Parise grabbed his seventh goal of the season on Saturday, tying him for the team lead in goals and points. Parise is one of the few offensive bright spots for the Devils recently. He's been rather consistent this season with 13 points in 16 games, but this was his first goal in four games. He's been findhing his name on the scoresheet regularly, so he's worth a look in deeper leagues and should be scooped up immediately in keeper leagues.

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Nov 5: Parise has three goals and five points in the last four games. The second-year converted winger has been very consistent early this season and showing some of the promise of a first-round pick. This trend should continue as he has shown great chemistry with new linemates Jamie Langenbrunner and rookie center Travis Zajac.

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Nov 2: Parise grabbed a goal and an assist in the 5-2 loss to the Islanders on Thursday. The Fightin Sioux line, made up of Parise and Travis Zajac, both University of North Dakota products, produced both goals for the Devils in a rough loss.

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Oct 29: Parise scored his fourth goal of the season on Saturday in the 1-0 win over Columbus. He is now skating on the second line with Travis Zajac. Parise and Zajac are both former North Dakota stars, although they were in college at different times. Parise has been rather consistent so far this season and if he can start producing regularly away from Scott Gomez and Brian Gionta, he'll be in for a very nice season.

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Oct 24: Parise has three goals and six points through the first eight games of the season. Parise could benefit much from a whole year of skating with Brian Gionta and Scott Gomez on the top line. However, he does not play with them on the power play, as he is on the second unit. Regardless, Parise has been getting his name on the scoresheet with some regularity and because of his situation is certainly worthy of consideration for a roster spot in deep leagues.

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Oct 15: Parise has three goals and an assist in four games. The second-year left winger, a natural center, looks to have found a home with stars Scott Gomez and Brian Gionta. He certainly has upside in keeper leagues and he could be a boost if you are in need of some production. Keep in mind that he does not skate with the top power play unit however.

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Oct 6: Parise scored twice in the Devils' 4-0 win over Carolina on Friday. Both goals were at even strength and both were deflections in front of the goal. Don't expect two goals every night, but he has shown the ability to gel well with Scott Gomez and Brian Gionta after finishing the season skating on the top line. He could be in line for a big spike in points if he continues to work well with two of the Devils' top scorers.

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Oct 4: Parise skated with Scott Gomez and Brian Gionta in practice on Tuesday, the Newark Star-Ledger reports. Parise finished the year strong with the Devils' dynamic duo, potting 10 points in the final 14 games of the season. If he stays on this line, his fantasy value will certainly rise. As always, his value remains higher in keeper leagues. He'll likely be on the second power play unit.

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Apr 26: Parise grabbed the first playoff goal of his career in a 3-0 win over the Rangers in Game 3 Wednesday. Ranger fans are used to seeing someone named Parise score in the Garden, as Zach's father, J.P., potted some vital playoff goals for the Islanders against the blueshirts. Although he skates with Brian Gionta and Scott Gomez at even strength, Parise is on the second power-play unit. Look for him to pick up a few points here and there but not as many as his linemates.

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