NHL Hockey

Wild F Parise likely out 1 week

(AP Photo/Hannah Foslien)

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) Minnesota Wild forward Zach Parise will likely miss the next three games with bruising and swelling around his eye from a high stick to the face that led to blows to the head as he fell.

Parise was struck Tuesday by Washington's Tom Wilson before he crashed into the knee of another opponent, Jay Beagle, and then slammed onto the ice. Parise needed assistance getting to the locker room and didn't return, causing plenty of concern for the team.

Wild coach Bruce Boudreau said Parise came away from the scary collision with his vision intact and perhaps on track to return next week.


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