Wild lineup is adjusted after Parise sits out

  • Article by: MICHAEL RUSSO , Star Tribune
  • Updated: December 24, 2013 - 5:47 AM

 

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mgalaforetDec. 24, 13 1:33 AM

Funny, I may be wrong, but this seems to be the first time you have mentioned that Parise continues to limp post the prior foot injury. Why mention it now because the way you made it sound previously, he was the next AP in terms of recovery from injury. I am pretty sure Parise's injury was all but forgotten by everyone in terms of impacting him. If he did continue to play, who makes the decision? Parise? The coaches? The GM? The Doctors/trainers? He shouldn't have been playing if he is still injured, particularly with how much they have invested in him. Didn't the Wild have 3-4 days off before they played the Rangers, so what is he going to have, maybe 1 more day off? What's the difference? Come on Russo, you are the NHL Insider, inquiring minds want to know! Is this about the pending birth of his children? Of getting him healthy for the Olympics? Timing seems pretty odd, considering it was just one game.

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bhrnew1lDec. 24, 1311:31 PM

In regards to the Mike Yeos response to Koivou and Parise being locked together at the hip. First of all Merry Xmas....... If I am the owner of the team asking that question to the coach as to why these two guys are locked together at the hip with such horrible results, I would expect a different answer than other teams do it. Honestly, I would not dare say this to my boss in fear that I would be fired, if I said that everybody else is doing it so I am doing it, I would expect that answer would not be good enough for 99.9% of the bosses out there.The stats show results, these results with Koivou Parise stinks, and Yeo is a coach of a pro hockey team, we do it because other teams do it should be rejected by the fans, they deserve better.

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