Parise recorded two goals, four shots and a plus-2 rating during Monday's 3-0 win over Edmonton.
Parise scored his first goal of the season Saturday against the Lightning.
Parise had three shots on goal in Saturday's loss at Colorado, but didn't have a point. He has just one assist in his first three games back from a back injury as he's working back into game shape. "The biggest thing is the puck handling and those things. Those things take a little bit of time. He's working, his skating's been fine. Every game he'll get better," head coach Bruce Boudreau told the St. Paul Pioneer Press.
Parise made his season debut Tuesday against the Panthers, logging 13:35 of ice time in a 5-1 victory.
Parise (back) has been cleared to play in Tuesday's home game against the Panthers.
Parise (back) was recalled from AHL Iowa on Friday, though he remains on long-term injured reserve.
Parise (back) has been skating with the Wild for the past week, but there is not yet a timetable for his return. "You could see out there he's getting more involved in everything," head coach Bruce Boudreau told the St. Paul Pioneer Press. "We want to make sure - this has been such a long, lingering injury, not only for this year, for previous years - that when he plays, he's fully ready."
Parise (back) will join the Wild for their upcoming four-game road trip, Michael Russo of The Athletic reports.
Parise (back) finally returned to the ice Wednesday.
Parise was placed on long-term injured reserve Monday.