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Coyotes forward Brett MacLean is reportedly improving at a hospital in Ontario after collapsing on the ice Tuesday night during a pickup game. The 23-year-old MacLean, who received CPR at the rink in Owen Sound, Ont., and was hospitalized in intensive care after suffering what the Coyotes called a "cardiac emergency," is conscious and alert, according to his agent, Anton Thun. "He's conscious and he's speaking," Thun, told the Toronto Globe and Mail on Wednesday. "They anticipate taking him out of intensive care (Wednesday night) and running tests to determine why he collapsed." MacLean, a 2007 second-round draft pick, has two career NHL goals in 18 games, with 13 of those coming with the Coyotes in 2010-11. He was claimed by the Jets off waivers last season on Oct. 5, played five games with Winnipeg and was waived again on Oct. 28, at which time he was reclaimed by the Coyotes. He spent the remainder of the season with Phoenix's AHL affi...
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