Because you demanded it (the sequel)…

Thousands of emails have been pouring in today. People are demanding to see the Scott Parse goal from yesterday in Denver.

(not really, but it sounds good)

After all, that’s two goals in three games for #21.

Over the weekend we posted video of his first goal (vs Dallas on Thursday). Here’s the second one – and it required some good hand-eye coordination.

Watch and enjoy.

That’s two goals for Parse now.

Meanwhile, Dustin Penner still hasn’t found the back of the net – which is making my ’35 goals on the season’ prediction not look too good right about now.

More notes and quotes will be posted later today.

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