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10-15-2006, 05:19 PM
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Mark Parrish

How did he play last night with Gabby and Demitra, was he able to keep up and finish plays?

I like this player and hope he can stay on that line. How long do you Wild fans feel he will last there and do you think he is a good fit?

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10-15-2006, 08:05 PM
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Yes, it's the best spot for him.. I thought Lemaire would have put Parrish on that line right from the start..

I think he will help create even more offense!!


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I miss Parry..sure would be nice to have him on the Isles...

Anyway, putting him with Demitra and Gaborik is very smart. He's gonig to help that line A LOT standing in front of the net like he always done. Good job by Lemaire.

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He hasn't really shown anything in terms of chemistry with anybody yet. I think his promotion to the top line has more to do with the Dupuis injury, than Parrish's play so far. Lemaire had to replace the checking winger Dupuis with the checking winger Radio, thus the spot on the first line opened up for Parrish. Dont get me wrong, I like Parrish, but he hasn't wow'ed me with anything yet (outside of the PP, where he is king in front of the net )

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Give it some time, its still too early to say he isn't having good chemistry on lines. Parrish is a solid 20 goals a season guy, he goes on streaks of points in bunches.

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Give it some time, its still too early to say he isn't having good chemistry on lines. Parrish is a solid 20 goals a season guy, he goes on streaks of points in bunches.
I also think Parrish was brought in largely because of what he does on the PP, and so far, he's doing his job there.

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He's beena factor in several Wild goals without getting credit on the scoresheet. You don't get a point for screening the goalie, which he has done a LOT of. I'm sure those rebounds will bounce his way one of these days.

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