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Parise gets some fatherly advice

Wednesday, 06.06.2012 / 2:02 PM

By Dan Rosen - NHL.com Senior Writer / Devils vs. Kings Stanley Cup Final blog

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Parise gets some fatherly advice

MARINA DEL REY, Calif. -- While staring deep into an 0-3 hole in the Stanley Cup Final, Zach Parise has turned to the one person he trusts to tell him it's not an impossible climb to get back in the series.

J.P. Parise, Zach's father, played for the Islanders when they came back from down 0-3 twice in the 1975 Stanley Cup Playoffs. The Islanders beat the Penguins after losing the first three games, but lost in Game 7 to Philadelphia in the next round after losing the first three games.

"He said him and Chico [Resch] are living proof that it can happen," Parise said Wednesday morning. "They did it twice in the one season. Obviously, they won the one and lost the other one. He said with Team Canada [with the 1972 Summit Series], they went into Russia, had to win three games, won three games there. He said it can happen. He said things like this can happen.

"He just said, 'Start with the one tonight and then see what happens.'"

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