Zachary Justin Parisé (born July 28, 1984) is an American professional ice
hockey left winger of French-Canadian heritage, an alternate captain for the
Minnesota Wild in the National Hockey Lea...
He became a free agent and signed with the Minnesota Wild. His team was in the
Stanley Cup finals in the 2011-12 season. Aside from likely needing a ...
Jul 4, 2012 ... Prized free agents Zach Parise and Ryan Suter sign with Minnesota Wild. ... of
the NHL's top players available in free agency: forward Zach Parise and ... Parise
leaves the New Jersey Devils, while Suter leaves the ... decided to play in
Minnesota that he would've stayed in New Jersey, according to LeBrun.
Mar 20, 2014 ... As a New Jersey Devils fan, I'd have a hard time booing Zach Parise upon his
return to The Rock on Thursday night. He took the money and ...
Parise was the Devils' captain this past season and played in New Jersey for his
entire seven-year ... It could come as a free agent and it could come as a trade.
Aug 27, 2012 ... ... prospect of signing free agent Zach Parise, we have had a hard time being ...
how nice is it now that you can just stay in your home here in Minnesota? ... We
actually just packed up our house in New Jersey and moved stuff ...
Jul 4, 2012 ... Wild agrees to terms with free agents Zach Parise and Ryan Suter ... State of
Hockey after playing seven seasons with the New Jersey Devils.
As the first round of the 2003 NHL Draft passed the midpoint, the New Jersey
Devils ... An unrestricted free agent in the summer of 2012, he returned to his
native ..... testing was held at HarborCenter and prospects stayed at the Marriott
Zach Parise Minnesota Wild - 2015-2016 Stats. ... Acquired: Signed as a free
agent, July 4, 2012. Drafted: NJD / 2003 NHL Entry Draft. Round: 1st (17th overall
Kreider, who is back in the top six for New York after a third-line stint, also has a
recent ... Zach Parise ... Fantasy owners should not sell low on Parise because it
won't bring back proper return. ... Joseph Blandisi, C, New Jersey Devils .... The
trade was announced during the first round of the draft at First Niagara Center.