Zach Parise LW MIN 8 Days
Zach Parise scored the eventual game-winning goal in Monday's 3-2 win over Calgary.
The goal was the 21st on the campaign for Parise, who has now recorded 11 points in his last seven games. Kyle Brodziak and Jared Spurgeon also found the back of the net for Minnesota in the win.
Zach Parise LW MIN 11 Days
Zach Parise scored a goal in Minnesota's 2-1 shootout win over Vancouver Friday evening.
Parise scored a power play goal in the first period for the Wild and he now has a point in three straight games. Parise now has 20 goals and 18 assists in 46 games this season. Jason Pominville and Mikael Granlund assisted the lone goal, while rookie Justin Fontaine scored the only goal in the shootout.
Zach Parise LW MIN 15 Days
Zach Parise said his hand is fine and he isn't sure why it started to hurt in Saturday's bronze-medal game.
He also defended Team USA coach Dan Bylsma, who has received some criticism for the United States failing to score in the semifinals and in Saturday's loss to Finland. Parise had one goal in six games with the United States during the tournament.
Zach Parise LW MIN 17 Days
Zach Parise did not have a very impressive Olympic performance.
Team USA's captain was one of two players to finish with a minus rating (minus-one), the other being Justin Faulk and he played just two games. Parise had only one point -- a power-play goal -- in the tournament. He also got just 11 shots on net, while averaging 18:29. Parise also wasn't on the ice for a single even-strength goal for the U.S.
Zach Parise LW MIN 18 Days
Zach Parise had a game-high eight shots on goal in America's 1-0 loss to Canada in the Olympic semifinals.
America scored 20 goals in its previous four games, but Canada's defense and Carey Price did a great job of neutralizing that potent offense. Phil Kessel, who is tied for the tournament lead with five goals, also recorded four shots on goal against Canada, but had nothing to show for it.
Zach Parise LW MIN 23 Days
Zach Parise and Team USA clinched second seed in the Olympic tournament after a thrilling preliminary round that resulted in two blowout victories and a shootout win over Russia.
Sweden takes the top seed heading into the elimination games since all three of their preliminary wins came in regulation. Team USA draws the winner of Czech Republic - Slovakia in the quarterfinals, and are on a collision course with Canada looking ahead to the semifinals. Looking way ahead to the Gold Medal Game, Team USA could face Sweden, Russia, Finland or one of the weaker teams in the case of a major upset.
Zach Parise LW MIN 29 Days
Team USA captain Zach Parise skated on a line with fellow Minnesotans David Backes and T.J. Oshie in practice Monday.
Coach Dan Bylsma is sure to juggle his lines throughout the tournament, but he has started by capitalizing on familiarity among certain players. Maple Leafs forwards Phil Kessel and James van Riemsdyk will skate together on a line with the Sharks' Joe Pavelski while another unit will be made up of Dustin Brown, Patrick Kane and Ryan Kesler - a trio that clicked for the Americans in Vancouver in 2010.