Parise (mumps) expects to be in the Wild lineup on Sunday.
Parise missed the last three games with mumps, but took part in practice on Saturday and said he fully intends on playing vs. the Sharks on Sunday. Parise skated on the top line with Eric Staal and Chris Stewart and enters play with 28 points (14G / 14A) in 50 games this season.
Parise (mumps) will not play Monday vs. the Kings.
There was no word prior to warmups that Parise was feeling ill, but he will not play tonight because of mumps and that puts her status for Tuesday’s game in jeopardy as well. With Parise out, Tyler Graovac will play when he was expected to be a healthy scratch.
Parise (illness) will be back in the Wild lineup on Tuesday.
Parise missed the last two gams with strep throat, but will play tonight in Nashville. Parise has had a surprisingly poor first three months, collecting just five goals and eight assists (13 points) in 24 games. He will be back on a line with Eric Staal and Charlie Coyle vs. the Predators.
Parise (foot) is expected to return to the lineup on Tuesday.
Parise missed the last six games with a foot injury, but he returned to practice on Monday and will return to the lineup vs. Calgary. Parise skated on the third line with Erik Haula and Jason Pominville yesterday, so expect him to start there. Parise has two goals and four assists (six points) in eight games this season.
Parise has missed the last six games with a foot injury, but he returned to practice on Monday, which suggests that he could be back in the lineup later this week. Monitor Parise’s status prior to Tuesday’s game vs. Calgary.
Parise (foot) remains week-to-week; but could be back sooner than originally expected.
Parise missed Saturday’s game vs. Dallas and is listed as week-to-week with a foot injury. Head coach Bruce Boudreau said that he thinks Parise is ahead of schedule and could be back sooner than originally expected. Monitor Parise’s status as the week progresses.
Parise is out indefinitely with an upper-body injury; will not travel to Dallas.
There were reports that Parise will miss an extended period time, but the Wild confirmed that he will not travel to Dallas for Game 1 or 2 of their first round series with the Stars. With Parise out, Jason Zucker will play on the top line and Chris Porter will move into the top 6.
Parise (back) is not expected to be in the Wild’s lineup anytime soon.
Parise was diagnosed with a herniated disk that was pressing on a nerve in January and aggravated the injury last week. Parise was listed as day-to-day on Monday, but it’s looking more like he will miss a few games or even the entire first round with a debilitating back injury.
Parise (undisclosed) miss Monday’s practice; questionable for Game 1.
Parise missed the Wild’s season finale on Saturday as well as today’s practice, so his status for Game 1 remains up in the air. The Wild have another practice on Wednesday, if he isn’t there for that session then he is likely to miss game 1 of the playoffs. Monitor his progress as the week continues.
Parise (maintenance) is not expected to be in the lineup on Saturday.
Parise missed Friday’s practice and is not expected to be in the lineup in the season finale. With the Wild locked into the playoffs, there is no reason to risk an injury to their top forward. Jason Zucker will take his spot on the top line.
Parise (upper-body) will return to the Wild lineup on Sunday.
Parise missed two games with an upper-body injury but will return to the lineup on Sunday vs. the Panthers. Parise has picked up one goal and five assists in his last seven games and has 18 goals and 18 assists (36 points) in 51 games this season.
Parise (upper-body) will miss at least the next two games.
Parise suffered an upper-body injury in Tuesday’s loss to the Islanders. Parise will miss at least the next two games and could be out a little longer. He will continue to be evaluated as the week turns into the weekend.