• Stars' Peverley Decides To Retire

    News: Rich Peverley has decided to hang up his skates and call it a career.
    Analysis: It's an unfortunate end to the 33-year-old center's career, as he suffered a cardiac incident March 10, and hasn't been able to play since. He spent time with four different teams throughout his career, and was a member of the Stanley Cup-winning 2011 Boston Bruins. He finishes his playing career with 241 points (84 goals, 157 assists) in 442 games, but isn't finished with hockey altogether. He will now join the Stars' staff as the Player Development Coordinator.
  • Stars' Peverley Undecided About Playing Again

    News: Rich Peverley (chest), who was cleared for off-ice workouts last season, has not yet decided whether or not he might resume his playing career, NHL.com reports.
    Analysis: Rich Peverley, who is an unrestricted free agent, last suited up for an NHL game with the Stars back on March 10, 2014, when he collapsed on the team's bench following a cardiac incident during a contest against the Blue Jackets. Peverley, who turned 33 earlier this month, has 84 goals and 241 points to his credit over 442 NHL career games.
  • No Return Timetable For Stars' Peverley

    News: Rich Peverley (chest) remains without a return timetable, Mike Heika of the Dallas Morning News reports.
    Analysis: Rich Peverley hasn't played in a game since suffering a cardiac event on the bench during a Mar. 10, 2014 tilt with the Blue Jackets. He's been able to work out on his own for quite some time, but until doctors feel comfortable on signing off on his return to competitive action, his career will remain on uncertain ground.
  • Stars' Peverley (Chest) Moved To Long-Term IR

    News: Rich Peverley was moved to long-term injured reserve Monday, Mark Stepneski of the team's official site reports.
    Analysis: Rich Peverley's move was simply to give the team extra cap space with the rash of injuries and call-ups. He currently still has no timetable for return after suffering a cardiac issue last March. He was told he should be able to play again at some point this season, but it remains to be seen whether that will actually occur.
  • Stars Place Peverley On Non-Roster Injury List

    News: Rich Peverley (chest) was placed on the Stars' non-roster injury list Tuesday.
    Analysis: Rich Peverley remains limited to off-ice conditioning work as he seeks to return from the cardiac emergency he suffered last March in a game against the Blue Jackets. The Stars have no timetable for his return and likely aren't counting on getting any major contributions from him this season.
  • Stars' Peverley Cleared To Work Out

    News: Stars GM Jim Nill said that Rich Peverley has been cleared to work out, but not to go on the ice, according to Mark Stepneski of NHL.com.
    Analysis: Earlier this summer Rich Peverley was told he should be able to play this season, which had previously been in question after he suffered a cardiac incident during a March 10 game against the Blue Jackets. There is not yet a timetable for his return.
  • Stars' Peverley Could Return Next Season

    News: One doctor has already told Rich Peverley (chest) that he would be able to play next season, Andy Strickland of FOX Sports Midwest reports.
    Analysis: Rich Peverley's career remains in limbo after he suffered a cardiac incident during a Mar. 10 game against the Blue Jackets, resulting in him missing the remainder of the season. He'll take the summer to recuperate while continuing to meet with doctors to outline a possible timetable for his return.
  • Stars' Peverley Underwent Surgery Tuesday

    News: Rich Peverley underwent successful surgery to correct an abnormal heart rhythm on Tuesday.
    Analysis: Rich Peverley was released from the hospital Wednesday and is expected back in Dallas on Thursday, but the team will monitor him closely, which certainly makes sense given the nature of the issue. The 31-year-old collapsed during a game last week, and he thanked doctors afterward for saving his life. He's already been ruled out for the season and the team hasn't made a decision on his ability to return to hockey participation.
  • Stars' Peverley Released From Hospital

    News: Rich Peverley (chest) has been released from the hospital, NHL.com's Mark Stepneski reports.
    Analysis: Though he can now resume resting comfortably back at home, Rich Peverley will still undergo a season-ending heart procedure to correct the irregular heartbeat that caused him to collapse on the bench during Monday's game vs. the Blue Jackets. Peverley will have to await clearance from doctors before he begins working out again, but he's expected to continue his playing career after this season.
  • Stars' Peverely Will Miss Remainder Of Season

    News: Rich Peverley will miss the remainder of the season after collapsing in a game on Monday, according to NHL.com.
    Analysis: In a press conference Wednesday Rich Peverley thanked the doctors who treated him for saving his life. He will have a "procedure on his heart" in Cleveland soon. Everyone is just glad he's up and about. Monday's game was a scary moment for everyone on the bench and those watching the game.