Minnesota star Zach Parise has been skating on his own and progressing well, Wild general manager Chuck Fletcher said Monday.
Zach Parise will be one of seven Minnesota players participating at the upcoming World Cup of Hockey.
Zach Parise is doing well in his recovery from a season-ending back injury.
Zach Parise had been playing with a herniated disk in his lower back for three months before a hit on April 5 took him out of the lineup.
Zach Parise's upper-body injury is a back problem.
Zach Parise (back) skated on his own Tuesday.
Zach Parise may need season-ending microdiscectomy surgery.
Zach Parise (upper body) will miss at least the first two games of the Wild's first round series.
Zach Parise was reportedly seeing a specialist in Rochester on Monday after aggravating a back injury that he has dealt with since January.
Zach Parise (undisclosed) didn't practice on Monday.
Zach Parise is still considered day-to-day.
Zach Parise is banged up and might miss the Wild's season finale as a result.
Zach Parise just can't stop scoring anymore.
Zach Parise scored in Minnesota's 3-2 loss to the Ottawa Senators on Thursday night.