For the second time in 2½ years, members of the Wild have been diagnosed with the mumps.

With the Wild coming off its bye week and beginning a stretch of 23 games in 41 days, forwards Zach Parise and Jason Pominville missed Monday’s 5-4 overtime victory over Los Angeles.

Also, assistant coach Scott Stevens, who didn’t coach Monday and missed Sunday’s practice, also has the mumps, as does a member of the team services staff, sources say. Darby Hendrickson took Stevens’ spot on the bench Monday.

“Hopefully we get through these next couple of days and no one else comes down with any symptoms,” said center Eric Staal.

Staal joked after the game that with the amount of gloves in teammate’s faces during Mikael Granlund’s game-winning goal celebration, “if someone had it in that pile, then we all got it.”

Members of the organization who have symptoms are being tested immediately and placed in isolation for five days, the team said. Doctors recently provided players and staff a measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccination and the organization will continue to work closely with the NHL, NHLPA and the Minnesota Department of Health.