General manager Paul Fenton is confident that Parise (knee/foot) should be able to recover fully while resting over the next four weeks. A broken foot and a knee injury forced Parise to miss the last two games of the regular season, but it sounds like he'll be able to make a full recovery well ahead of next season's training camp without undergoing surgery. The 34-year-old winger enjoyed a bounce-back campaign in 2018-19, notching 28 goals and 61 points in 74 games after totaling just 24 points in 42 appearances in 2017-18. Parise's production will likely begin to decline over the next few seasons, but he'll still be a desirable secondary piece in all fantasy formats next year.
General manager Paul Fenton believes Parise (knee) will make a full recovery while resting during the next four weeks. Parise missed the final two games of the regular season due to a knee injury, but it appears as though he'll make a full recovery well ahead of next campaign's training camp without going under the knife. The veteran winger enjoyed a bounce-back campaign in 2018-19, notching 28 goals and 61 points in 74 appearances after totaling just 24 points in 42 games in 2017-18, and will remain a desirable complimentary piece in all fantasy formats next season.
Parise (lower body) recorded 28 points and 61 points while averaging 18:40 of ice time in 74 games this season. Parise was shut down for the final two regular-season contests due to an illness and lower-body injury that had been lingering. The 61 points were the most Parise has produced in a season since the 2014-15 campaign, when he had 62 points. The Wild missed the playoffs for the first time since he and Ryan Suter signed in 2012, so don't be surprised if Parise has an extra chip on his shoulder next year.
Head coach Bruce Boudreau announced Thursday that Parise (lower body/illness) will not suit up in Minnesota's final two regular-season games, Jessi Pierce of The Athletic reports. In what was mostly a disappointing season in Minnesota, Parise's season will come to an abrupt end. The 34-year-old finishes his campaign with 61 points in 74 games, ending on a five-game point streak. After failing to make the playoffs for the first time since he signed with the Wild in 2012, it's likely Parise will be motivated to get healthy and get his team back into the running for the postseason next year.
Parise (lower body) scored two goals in Tuesday's win over the Jets. Parise returned from a four-game absence due to a lower-body injury, and he had an immediate impact with the game's first two goals. Unfortunately, the Wild were eliminated from playoff contention after the Avalanche beat the Oilers. As a result, Parise will re-evaluate whether he plays the remainder of the season, according to Michael Russo of The Athletic. The team's next game is Thursday versus the Bruins.
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