Found July 12, 2014 on Pro Sports Daily:
It was March 10 when Dallas Stars forward Rich Peverley collapsed on the bench during the first period of a game against the Columbus Blue Jackets at American Airlines Center and was rushed to a hospital for treatment of what doctors described as a cardiac event. Thursday, four months after the incident, Peverley detailed how he is working toward what he hopes will be a return to the ice. "Everything's been going really well. I've been taking steps along the way here to see how my heart reacts to ongoing steps that I've been taking," Peverley told "The Musers" radio show on The Ticket 1310 AM in Dallas. "Just been ramping it up as time goes on and as I keep achieving new goals." Peverley had a corrective procedure on his heart in March and made an appearance June 24 at the NHL Awards in Las Vegas. The procedure, a cardiac ablation, fixed structural damage in his heart to correct problems with rhythm (arrhythmia). "They essentially b...

Stars' Peverley still in wait-and-see mode with future

On Friday morning, Dallas Stars center Rich Peverley was on with Dunham and Miller, the highly-rated morning show on SportsRadio 1310 The Ticket. Peverley, who collapsed on the Stars bench during a March 10 game with the Columbus Blue Jackets with what was termed a cardiac event, discussed the episode, how his recovery is going and his possible future on and off the ice. "Yeah...

Stars’ Rich Peverley plans to return ‘under the right circumstances’

Dallas Stars forward Rich Peverley is working towards a return to the ice, four months after collapsing on the bench during the first period of a game against the Columbus Blue Jackets. Peverley was rushed to the hospital for treatment of what doctors described as a “cardiac event.” “Everything’s been going really well. I’ve been taking steps along the way here to...

Stars prospect Shore explains choosing NCAA over juniors

During his days as a 16-year-old in the OJHL, Dallas Stars prospect Devin Shore felt like he was being overpowered by more physically mature opponents. That was one of the driving forces behind his decision to taking the slower development route of playing in the NCAA rather than continuing his junior career, as he explained to the team’s website. “It wasn’t an easy decision...

NHL Offseason Winners: The Dallas Stars

Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports So far this NHL offseason has been most eventful, featuring blockbuster deals and important free agency signings that have either propelled teams closer to their goal of winning the Stanley Cup, or pushed teams further away given the losses they have experienced. Over the course of the next two weeks, I plan on exploring the biggest winners and losers...

Dallas Stars Re-Sign Cameron Gaunce to a One-Year Contract

Dallas Stars General Manager Jim Nill announced today that the club has signed defenseman Cameron Gaunce to a one-year contract. Per club policy, terms of the deal were not disclosed. Gaunce, 24, skated in nine regular-season games with Dallas this season, posting nine shots, seven penalty minutes and a +1 plus/minus rating. Gaunce spent the majority of the season with the Texas...

New NHL 15 Screenshot: American Airlines Center

I don't know why, but so far this Authentic Arenas Screenshot of the American Airlines Center (home of the Dallas Stars) is one of my favourites. The sea of green in the crowd looks awesome. Click the image to see a higher resolution version. [s/t EA Sports].
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