Wild's loss is doubly painful: Parise suffers foot injury

  • Article by: Michael Russo , Star Tribune
  • Updated: November 26, 2013 - 6:00 AM

Zach Parise hurt his left foot while blocking a shot, and the severity won’t be known until he has further tests.

  • 40
  • Comments

  • Results per page:
angusyoungNov. 25, 13 9:55 PM

Men against boy's tonight folks.. We got rag dolled all night along the wall. The Wild stand no chance of competing with the teams in The West.. Too small and too weak.. General Manager CF needs to start seriously thinking about moving some of these so called " young savior's" for a top end goaltender- Some beef on the back end and some forwards other than NiƱo and Zach that aren't afraid of their own shadow's.. Same ole story from franchise..

12
34
hockeygadflyNov. 25, 13 9:58 PM

Tough call to lose out on that goal 30 seconds in. I like the fact that the wild did not stop playing in third. Hopefully a better showing next time.

20
4
jcmac55Nov. 25, 1310:09 PM

Blues rock! Man are they fun to watch!

8
5
bhrnew1lNov. 25, 1310:21 PM

The Blues work hard and are hard to play against, the Wild at times worked hard and were hard to play against as well. The difference was the at times part..... Parise worked hard and knew how the rest of his team needed to work...... Koivou picked it up after a while, the Blues gave them chances on the power play, three straight

5
2
dbcybbNov. 25, 1310:27 PM

Wild were not hard to play against tonight. They had a few shifts when the control the puck, and that was it. The next stretch will give a more realistic idea of where they are.

14
0
beno16Nov. 25, 1310:28 PM

Not saying it would have made a difference, but BRUTAL review of the early Parise goal. No way his stick was above crossbar when he touched it. Very deflating at least.

25
1
cntrygntlmnNov. 25, 1310:54 PM

Wild still have a loooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooong ways to go before being anything other than another first round exit. Nice to see Koivu put home goals against Winnipeg and Ottawa, but time for him to start scoring when we play legit teams. I can't recall the last time he did that.

10
11
timmoranNov. 25, 1311:15 PM

Other than to the ref and a couple of dudes in a bunker in Toronto, Parise had an obvious goal. In a league trying to get more scoring, disallowing quality, skillful goals seems counter-intuitive. Backstrom giving up big rebounds is a problem. Team hung in there and if they were credited with the 1-0 lead, who knows.

23
0
fuzzypilgrimNov. 26, 1312:43 AM

Wow. Wild get their butts kicked and then lose Parise?? Minnesota is truly cursed as a sports city.

10
4
lars471Nov. 26, 13 1:15 AM

How about Stoner blocking out his man on that 1st goal? Or wait he didn't - AGAIN! Yep that big body can't cover the front of the net.

10
4

Comment on this story   |  

ADVERTISEMENT

Atlanta 0 Top 8th Inning
Philadelphia 0
Cleveland 3 Bottom 5th Inning
Detroit 4
Toronto 0 Bottom 6th Inning
Minnesota 5
Seattle 3 Top 3rd Inning
Texas 4
Los Angeles - H. Ryu 2:45 PM
San Francisco - M. Bumgarner
Colorado - F. Morales 5:40 PM
San Diego - I. Kennedy
St. Louis - A. Wainwright 6:05 PM
Washington - T. Jordan
Milwaukee - Y. Gallardo 6:05 PM
Pittsburgh - E. Volquez
NY Yankees - C. Sabathia 6:10 PM
Tampa Bay - D. Price
Toronto - D. McGowan 6:10 PM
Minnesota - M. Pelfrey
Boston - J. Lester 7:10 PM
Chicago WSox - C. Sale
Kansas City - J. Shields 7:10 PM
Houston - S. Feldman
Philadelphia 6:00 PM
NY Rangers
Chicago 7:00 PM
St. Louis
Minnesota 8:30 PM
Colorado
Los Angeles 9:30 PM
San Jose
Connect with twitterConnect with facebookConnect with Google+Connect with PinterestConnect with PinterestConnect with RssfeedConnect with email newsletters

ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISEMENT

question of the day

Poll: Who will win the Wild-Colorado playoff series?

Weekly Question

ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISEMENT