March 24, 2011 3:10 pm

Kings hope for best in Parse recovery

Scott Parse had a third consecutive day of post-practice skating today, but there’s no timetable for Parse’s possible return. Parse had started skating in early February, then had to stop two weeks later because of recurring pain in his surgically repaired hip. After he skated Tuesday, Parse said he’s still “not 100 percent,” but Parse will continue skating in order to see if he can make progress. Today, Terry Murray was asked if it was possible that Parse could return at some point this season, perhaps if the Kings were involved in a deep playoff run…

MURRAY: “I would not rule that out. As you know, he went to visit the doctor who performed the surgery, who asked him to back off on the level of exercise that he was going through, to let the inflammation calm down. He’s through that now, so it’s time to start pushing it again and see where you get to. So there’s a possibility, absolutely.”

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