Zach Parise will announce on Monday where he will play next season, and the choice will reportedly be the New Jersey Devils, Minnesota Wild, Philadelphia Flyers, Pittsburgh Penguins or Detroit Red Wings, according to TSN Hockey Insider Bob McKenzie:
On the NHL Network on Sunday, McKenzie said that a 10-year deal worth $80 million would be a low-end offer, while the Philadelphia Flyers are reportedly offering more than $100 million to Parise.
In June, Mike Halford reported for NBCSports.com that former Wild general manager Lou Nanne had lunch with Wild owner Craig Leopold and was told that if Parise goes somewhere other than Minnesota, “you can bet he’s going for less money.”
Zach Parise's decision will not come until tomorrow. Has narrowed the field to a select group and will decide Monday.—
Bob McKenzie (@TSNBobMcKenzie) July 01, 2012