Parise Notches an Assist for Iowa Wild

Zach Parise on the ice for the Iowa Wild. Photo: Courtesy: WOI
Zach Parise on the ice for the Iowa Wild.

December 28, 2017 10:43 PM

Zach Parise, playing in his first AHL game since 2005, had an assist for the Iowa Wild in their 6-3 loss to Rockford Thursday night in Des Moines, Iowa.

Parise is on a rehab stint and assisted on Luke Kunin's goal in the first period. Parise made it through the game injury-free and had one shot on goal. Parise had back surgery on October 24 and has not played a game for the Minnesota Wild this season.

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