Dubnyk, Parise go down at Wild practice

Matt Kartozian-USA TODAY Sports

This is why the seventh day is supposed to be for rest.

Minnesota Wild goaltender Devan Dubnyk and Zach Parise were forced to leave practice early Sunday after suffering injuries.

Parise's ailment is undisclosed, while Dubnyk took a shot off his arm that sent him off the ice:

General manager Chuck Fletcher said Parise's injury "isn't serious," according to the Star Tribune's Michael Russo.

Injuries have limited Parise to 26 games this season. He has 11 goals and nine assists. Dubnyk missed a few games earlier this month with a groin injury, and is 14-10-2 with a .916 save percentage. If he can't start, Darcy Kuemper will be in goal against the Detroit Red Wings on Monday.

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