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Russo: It can’t be easy, but give Zach Parise credit for accepting fourth-line role – The Athletic

Zach Parise isn’t on the power play. He has been scratched. He hasn’t played a shift in the Wild’s eight overtimes. He keeps plugging.

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Zach Parise is one proud hockey player, so you know this isn’t easy.One season ago, Parise finished tied with such players as Nathan MacKinnon, Auston Matthews and Bo Horvat with 12 power-play goals and just behind stars like David Pastrnak, Leon Draisaitl and Alex Ovechkin. He led the Wild with 25 goals overall.
One season later, Parise’s role keeps diminishing.
He’s no longer on the power play. He has been scratched. He hasn’t played a shift in the Wild’s eight overtimes. In crunch time, he’s…

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