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Nanne on Parise: 'No one is going to outbid the Wild'

Former Minnesota North Stars player and general manager Lou Nanne says, "No one is going to outbid the Wild" for Zach Parise, who is set to become a free agent on July 1st. After having dinner with Wild owner Craig Leipold, Nanne says, "I don't see how Parise's not coming here."
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Former Minnesota North Stars player and general manager Lou Nanne says, "No one is going to outbid the Wild" for Zach Parise, who is set to become a free agent on July 1st. After having dinner with Wild owner Craig Leipold, Nanne says, "I don't see how Parise's not coming here."

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