Change hits home (ice) for Parise

  • Article by: MICHAEL RUSSO , Star Tribune
  • Updated: January 13, 2013 - 12:11 AM

A work stoppage that muted the buzz of his July arrival is over, and Zach Parise finally will suit up for the Wild.

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mkia130johnJan. 12, 1311:39 PM

The last time pro hockey fans had the best player on the team being from the state of Minnesota was back with the old North Star Neal Broten. Parise is the Minnesota Wilds best player for the 2013 season, and last year he led, I will say it again, he led the Devils to the cup, so it is safe to say he should be the most qualified leader the Wild have as well.... just sayin

boozer97Jan. 13, 13 6:47 AM

I am Completely fired up about the wild and getting back to hockey. However, the wild fans still need to allow some time and be patient as these new players (which are awesome) will need some time to gel and become a unit. They will have some growing pains and need to decide who will become the leaders (in the locker room and on the ice) and how that will happen with a pool full of guys that could captain any team in the NHL. Not to mention the crop of young players who are looking to make the team.

donotbugmeJan. 13, 13 9:46 AM

Matt Greene is quoted in the article: "In college hockey, they didn't put names on the back of jerseys." Perhaps he didn't learn to read until after he left UND. The players names were lettered on the jerseys.

forbsJan. 13, 1310:39 AM

Greene is referring to college jerseys sold at the retail level.

hellonameJan. 13, 1310:46 AM

Thank god Terhaarible is gone, or all we would be hearing is "minnesota native zach parise"

skeptikJan. 13, 1311:47 AM

Lots of character in Zach. Nice to have an overabundance of that quality in today's version of pro sports.

herbies101Jan. 13, 13 9:08 PM

Its not hard to tell the person who wrote this article is not from Minnesota...two words NEAL BROTEN!!!!!

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