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Key moments of Zach Parise's career
Parise broke into the NHL with the New Jersey Devils as a 21-year-old, fresh-faced kid in October, 2005.
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Key moments of Zach Parise's career
With the Devils, Parise transformed from fresh-faced rookie to the face of the franchise. Here he is after the final game in the franchise's original home, Meadowlands Arena, in East Rutherford in May, 2007.
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Key moments of Zach Parise's career
However, Parise's last game as a Devil came in 2012, when he was team captain of the squad that lost to the Los Angeles Kings in the Stanley Cup Final.
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Key moments of Zach Parise's career
While Parise was a Devil, he represented the U.S. at the 2010 Olympics. He scored a clutch goal with 24 seconds remaining in the third period to force overtime against Canada, before a Sidney Crosby goal denied the U.S. the gold.
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Key moments of Zach Parise's career
Despite his standout performance that earned him a silver medal at the 2010 Olympics, Parise left Vancouver with his head hanging in disappointment.
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