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Final Grade: Scott Parker

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Final Grade: INC


Midseason Grade: N/A




Season Stats: (with Colorado) 10 GP, 1 G, 1 A, 2 Pt, E, 2 Shots


Minutes: 56 total (16th among 18 forwards), EV 5:30, PP 0:04, PK 0:00, ATOI 5:34

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Splits:


1st Half: N/A


2nd Half: (with Colorado) 10 GP, 1 G, 1 A, 2 Pt, E, 2 Sho



Positions: RW (10 GP)


Lines: 4th (10 GP)



Linemates:


C: Guite (10 GP)


LW: Rycroft (10 GP)



Career: With just 21 games between the Sharks and Avalanche, Parker set a career low for penalty minutes.




Report: Parker was brought back to Colorado at the deadline to replace the unused muscle of Brad May...Fit that bill perfectly...As in, he didn't fight anyone either...Parker had 4 fights in 11 games with San Jose, none in 10 games with Colorado...Meanwhile, Rycroft and Finger had 3 fights between them since Parker was acquired...Not much else of his game is notable...Dished out some hits when he had the chance...Didn't embarrass himself on the ice, although he was given very limited ice time...Needs to figure out how to hold on to his stick.




Fast Fact: Parker had his one assist in his first game with Colorado this year, and a goal in his final game





2007-2007 Salary: $575,000


2007-2008 Status: UFA



Outlook: Colorado will need an enforcer to take some of the workload off of Ian Laperriere. Parker is a good clubhouse guy and reportedly asked for the trade back to the Avalanche. I don't know that that makes him a shoo-in to come back, but he should at least be on the list of potential tough guys.