Sportsnet "In the middle of a lost season for the Toronto Maple Leafs, P.A. Parenteau has found a few things that had been sorely missing. Confidence. Satisfaction. Encouragement. There is an enthusiasm about the well-traveled winger, even while playing for the NHL’s 30th-ranked team, mainly because he..." February 19
TOR closing in on a one-year deal with P.A. Parenteau. #TSN.
ESPN "As the first buyout window closes in the NHL offseason, three more players were put on unconditional waivers Sunday for purpose of buying them out, including two-time Stanley Cup champion Mike Richards of the Los Angeles Kings. Pierre-Alexandre Parenteau of the Montreal Canadiens and Mark..." June 28
NHL.com "Montreal Canadiens right wing PA Parenteau will return to the lineup Wednesday against the Columbus Blue Jackets with no restrictions. "Tonight's 100 percent for me with the power play and everything," he said. Parenteau missed three games because of an upper-body injury and the Canadiens..." January 14
TSN "The Montreal Canadiens have acquired forward PA Parenteau from the Colorado Avalanche in exchange for Daniel Briere and the Canadiens' fifth-round pick in the 2015 NHL Draft. Briere lasted just one season with the Habs after signing a two-year, $8 million contract with the team this..." June 30
COL shopping winger P.A. Parenteau. Two years left on his deal at $4M per year. #TSN
Roy: PA Parenteau will not play for Avs tonight, but will return from knee injury tomorrow vs SJS #NHL
CBS Sports "Avalanche forward P.A. Parenteau is likely to miss the rest of the regular season after sustaining a knee injury in the first period of Monday night's game against the Winnipeg Jets. Parenteau may be able to return for the playoffs, but according to head coach Patrick Roy, he will need four to six..." March 11
Denver Post "If anyone seemed to be in a comfortable position entering this season with the Avalanche, it was P.A. Parenteau. He was entering the second year of a four-year contract, coming off a season when he led the Avs in goals. But the NHL isn't about comfort. First-year Avs coach Patrick Roy is..." February 23
Denver Post "Avalanche right wing P.A. Parenteau returned Jan. 21 from a 10-game absence due to a knee injury and played well, contributing an assist in a 5-2 loss to Toronto. He played two ensuing games before coach Patrick Roy decided to go back to the lines when Parenteau was unavailable — when the Avs went..." January 31
Denver Post "Patrick Roy said he doesn’t like scratching P.A. Parenteau and P.A. Parenteau said he doesn’t like being scratched by Patrick Roy. But the two sides are on the same side entering tonight’s game against the Minnesota Wild at the Pepsi Center. Parenteau, a skilled top-six forward who is in the..." January 30
Sportsnet "The Canadiens have reportedly turned down a trade that would have sent Colorado Avalanche forward P.A. Parenteau to Montreal in exchange for winger Rene Bourque, according to Louis Jean of TVA Sports. The addition of another player reportedly became a sticking point for Canadiens general..." January 28
Denver Post "Alex Tanguay bounded into the Avalanche dressing room Friday, fresh from a pain-free practice, a smile on his face. What seemed to be a lost season for Tanguay just a couple of weeks ago has been replaced by hope and promise. Tanguay has a date in mind to return to the Avs' lineup. He won't..." January 18
PA Parenteau (knee) said after today's practice that he is targeting a return for Tuesday's game vs. Toronto.
Pro Hockey Talk "Avalanche winger P.A. Parenteau will be out of action approximately six weeks, according to Colorado head coach Patrick Roy. Via the Denver Post, an MRI revealed Parenteau suffered a second-degree MCL knee sprain on Sunday versus the Jets. “Hard for me to explain more than this regarding the..." December 30
Denver Post "The Avalanche changed up one of its top two lines at practice Tuesday. Time will tell if things stay that way. But it was a big change by coach Patrick Roy in moving veteran Steve Downie onto a line with Matt Duchene and Ryan O'Reilly. Previously P.A. Parenteau had been on the line with..." September 17