Zach Parise tops NHL jersey sales in July

Zach Parise's No. 11 Minnesota Wild jersey was the top seller at the NHL's online store last month, according the NHL Director of Entertainment Publicity.
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Zach Parise's No. 11 Minnesota Wild jersey was the top seller at the NHL's online store last month, according the NHL Director of Entertainment Publicity.

As of July 7, the Minnesota Wild also reported the team sold more than 1,500 season tickets after signing Parise and Ryan Suter.

Watch the two-part Parise/Suter news conference below:

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