Parise, Suter keep suitors in suspense

  • Article by: MICHAEL RUSSO , Star Tribune
  • Updated: July 2, 2012 - 11:22 PM

The two prized free agents are making sure they consider all factors before inking what surely will be long-term contracts.

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siouxchampJul. 2, 1210:10 PM

Anyone else sense, the single ONLY reason the WILD are still in the running is because of the HUGE money they are offering? Rings vs. Money. The question will be answered soon.

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metaltesterJul. 2, 1210:34 PM

fighting sue

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adri0801Jul. 2, 1210:50 PM

Zach if you are reading this, please join the Wild!

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irishman81Jul. 2, 1210:56 PM

Well if the Wild land these two elite players, I would say the Wild have as good a shot at the cup as any team. Souix Did you pick LA to win the cup in the beginning of the season? Thats what I thought.

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oldgopherfanJul. 2, 1211:01 PM

So suechamp, do you think Zach might be going to the North Dakota team - oh gosh, they don't HAVE an NHL team in ND - in fact, they don't have enough people in ND to fill an NHL arena . . . gee whiz, he wasn't born there and didn't learn how to play hockey there either . . . makes the Wild look pretty insignificant doesn't it . . .

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jimiekJul. 2, 1211:10 PM

As a former executive recruiter, it’s my bet that he will stay in New Jersey. Getting people to make a move is always very difficult. My guess is that he will stay there for a three year deal and then make another big deal after that. Only problem for him is an elbow and a career ending concussion. I would advise him to take the best long term deal he can get---but I don’t think he will. The more time he takes the better it is for Jersey.

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rshacklefordJul. 2, 1211:40 PM

Comes down to: Reign in hell (play for the Wild) or serve in heaven (play for a team with great peers). Not too hard to choose.

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adri0801Jul. 2, 1211:56 PM

No chance he stays in New Jersey, he would have resigned there last summer..

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mrblueskyJul. 3, 12 6:05 AM

Like people were saying yesterday, does he fly to Minnesota to announce he is playing somewhere else? That sounds promising, BUT, he could make an announcement before he leaves Toronto.

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minneg56Jul. 3, 12 6:20 AM

Parise BELONGS with other world class players ... not minor leaguers in St. Paul. There are plenty of pro hockey players who live in MN and have no intention of ever playing hometown. He'll pull a Molitor/Winfield as they did with Twins- he'll come and play at home with Wild at end of career.

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