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Guest mrsmarkov

Peverly collapsed on the bench of tonight's game against the Jackets and has been taken to the hospital. The game has been postponed.

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Peverly was treated for an irregular heartbeat, a condition that was diagnosed during a training camp physical. It was at that point that he underwent a procedure to correct this defect and missed the preseason and season opener. Peverly sat out last week's game in Columbus because of an irregular heartbeat and felt strange after Monday's game and couldn't fly. He then played in Dallas' nest two games before last night.

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Doctors have succeeded in shocking Peverly's heart back into rhythm. Peverly remains in stable condition and has been communicating with teammates and friends since being hospitalized. Teammate Alex Chiasson is being treated at the same hospital after becoming despondent over Peverly's situation.

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Dallas Stars forward Rich Peverley won’t be playing hockey any more this season.

“His season for participating in hockey this year is over, so he’s done,” Dr. Robert Dimeff said Wednesday during a press conference at UT Southwestern St. Paul Hospital in Dallas.

Peverley's status beyond this season is not yet known, according to Dimeff.

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Dallas Stars forward Rich Peverley won’t be playing hockey any more this season.

“His season for participating in hockey this year is over, so he’s done,” Dr. Robert Dimeff said Wednesday during a press conference at UT Southwestern St. Paul Hospital in Dallas.

Peverley's status beyond this season is not yet known, according to Dimeff.

Not a surprising development. Cardiac events are usually live changing.

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NHL.com. Peverly has been released from the hospital and will undergo surgery at the Cleveland Clinic to remedy atrial fibrillation, a form of cardiac arrhythma. The surgery is designed to regulate the heart rate and will be performed soon. Recovery is expected to take several months.

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Guest mrsmarkov

Lehtnon could be returning to the lineup since sustaining a concussion as soon as tomorrow against the Pens. Great news, I was worried for him.

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