Rich Peverley

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Peverley falls ill, Stars-Blue Jackets called off

11 March 2014 | 8:04 am Rich Peverley underwent a procedure to correct an irregular heartbeat six months ago after a physical revealed the condition at the start of training camp. The Dallas Stars' forward missed a game last week with a recurrence of the problem. The 31-year-old Peverley ended up in good condition at a Dallas hospital, but the episode shook his teammates and led to the game's postponement with the Blue …–nhl.html

Stars-Blue Jackets postponed after Peverley collapses on Dallas bench

11 March 2014 | 5:01 am Monday's Dallas-Columbus game was postponed after Rich Peverley collapsed on the Stars' bench.

Confusion, fear inside American Airlines Center after Rich Peverley collapsed

11 March 2014 | 4:53 am The play had just entered the Columbus zone when I heard sticks slamming against the boards. My first thought? Too many men on the ice. The guys always do that to get the attention of the officials on a bad change. I started counting white sweaters.

Dallas Stars thank every team for sending well wishes to Rich …

11 March 2014 | 3:31 am The hockey world was stunned on Monday night when Dallas Stars forward Rich Peverley collapsed on the bench due to what team doctors called "a cardiac event," postponing the reminder of their game against the

Bruins: Our Thoughts And Prayers Are With Rich Peverley After …

11 March 2014 | 2:22 am Former Boston Bruins forward Rich Peverley was rushed to the hospital after collapsing on the bench during the first period of Monday night's Columbus Blue Jackets-Dallas Stars game.

NHL teams reach out to Stars; Show support for Rich Peverley on …

11 March 2014 | 1:29 am Mar 10, 2014; Dallas, TX, USA; Play is stopped during the Dallas Stars and Columbus Blue Jackets game while team officials check out center Rich Peverley (

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  • What’s The Scoop On Alexander Kocklachev? Is he any good?
    Will he be playing in the NHL in 2013?
    Did he have anything to do with Tyler’s departure ir was that Ingela?
    Does he have any star potential?

    • Curator says:

      Regarding Alexander Khokhlachev:

      Remember, he won’t be 20 until September 9. He is 5’10 inches and weighs 187 lbs. He will have to mature physically in order to maximize his scoring potential in the National Hockey League (NHL). He must also continue to work on his play without the puck. He is a slick puck carrier; a creative passer; and he knows how to put the puck in the net. His defensive work is inconsistent; as a winger he’s prone to losing his man, as a center he struggles to read the coverage. His skating has upside and downside: He has good acceleration, good top-speed, and he can stop on a dime. He is able to shake defenders, but he lacks elite top-speed, and he has some problems changing direction and skating backwards.

      After struggling to find his game in the KHL in 2012-13, he returned to North America to play in the OHL. In the OHL he proved to be an excellent player, and he will look to show that at the pro level next season. He is not expected to make the Bruins in training camp, but he will certainly be considered. He has been named to the Boston Bruins rookie camp roster. If he does not make the Bruins out of camp, he will play for the Providence Bruins in the American Hockey League.

      Neither! There were reports that he was part of the Calgary Flames trade involving Jarome Iginla; however, it turned out that the Calgary Flames captain was traded to the Pittsburgh Penguins instead. It was Iginla’s choice.
      As to Tyler Seguin, the Bruins had some real payroll problems in the summer, and they had to do something. Trading Seguin and Rich Peverley for Loui Eriksson and prospects was the best solution for Boston. Having Khokhlachev in camp did not discourage the trade, but it was not a major factor. Reducing payroll appears to have been the key.

      Yes — He is a very talented playmaker who can score. If he matures physically and improves on the few problems with his skating (see above). The Bruins like his upside.

  • Spaceboy says:

    Douglas Murray Is A Lucky Guy!? Douglas Murray was drafted near the end of the 1999 draft. Now he has a shot at the Cup with Pens after years of Shark failures in playoffs.
    Today I was trying to come up with recent Cup winners who were either drafted VERY low or never at all.
    I’m sure there are plenty—got a name for me?

    • Curator says:

      2007–08 Pavel Datsyuk and Henrik Zetterberg; 6th+7th round. You know how both of these guys turned out.

      2010–11 Tim Thomas and Rich Peverley; 9th round+undrafted.

      2011-12 Willie Mitchell and Kevin Westgarth; 8th round+undrafted.

  • Brendan Lee says:

    Jarome Iginla Trade Predictions? He has decided he wants to go to Chicago, Boston, Pittsburgh, or LA. What Do you think A trade will be for him? Example: Boston trades Rich Peverley, A second-round pick, and prospect Max Suave

    • Curator says:

      This is like the tenth Jarome Iginla question in the past day. But here we go again; My prediction is that he goes to Boston.

      Peter Chiarelli doesn’t want to offer top prospects in Khokhlachev, and Spooner. If he really does think Iginla will put them over the top then he will go ahead and offer Alexander Khokhlachev, a mid prospect; maybe Torey Krug, and a 2nd round pick.

      If Chiarelli decides to hang onto Khokhlachev then he will probably offer a late 1st round pick, and a good prospect; maybe Jared Knight.

      — That deal you said won’t get Iginla, as a matter of fact it has no value. But like I said, Chiarelli will pay if he thinks it’s worth it. Read and acknowledge buddy. It also doesn’t matter if it’s a rental. If a move is worth a legitimate shot at the Cup you go for it especially WHEN you have a deep prospect pool. Sigh..

  • Zachery says:

    Have You Ever Met Any Famous Hockey Players? For me, I haven’t met many current hockey players but i’ve met plenty of prospects such as Ryan Strome (New York Islanders), Alex Friesen (Vancouver), Mark Visentin a few times (Phoenix) and a few otthers.

    I met former NHL player Ron Ellis who was giving a speech on the 1972 Canada-Russia Summit Series a few years ago in the town next to mine.

    Although not hockey players, last December I met Don Cherry and Ron Maclean in the CBC Headquarters a few hours before the Toronto vs. Vancouver game. Don is actually a really chill humble guy in person and so is Maclean. Two great guys.

    • Curator says:

      -Dustin Brown (Kings) I met him at his Stanley Cup party this past month
      -Nathan Horton (Bruins) I met him outside of the TD Garden in Boston, very nice guy!
      -Rich Peverley (Bruins) Same as Horton
      -Mark Recchi (Bruins) Mark was the first NHL player I met. He had one heck of a Hummer I can tell you that!
      -Tuukka Rask (Bruins) Met Tuukka outside of the TD Garden as well
      -Shawn Thornton (Bruins) Shawn and Tuukka were together so I met them both at the same time.
      ….and a couple more!

  • Danny says:

    Can Someone Give Me The Updated Ratings For All The Bruins Players? So that would be:


    37 Patrice Bergeron “A”
    11 Gregory Campbell
    38 Jordan Caron
    18 Nathan Horton **
    23 Chris Kelly
    46 David Krejci
    17 Milan Lucic
    63 Brad Marchand
    20 Daniel Paille
    49 Rich Peverley
    67 Benoit Pouliot
    12 Brian Rolston
    91 Marc Savard **
    19 Tyler Seguin
    22 Shawn Thorton

    55 Johnny Boychuk
    33 Zdeno Chara “C”
    14 Joe Corvo
    21 Andrew Ference
    54 Adam McQuaid
    27 Mike Mottau
    44 Dennis Seidenberg
    6 Greg Zanon

    40 Tuukka Rask
    30 Tim Thomas

    Please answer… thank you
    i meant the rating on nhl 12 but thanks anyway

    • Curator says:

      Ovechkin is a better goal scorer, no doubt. He’s top-3 in scoring ability. He scored 65 goals in one season. The last time someone cracked 60 was in the 1995-1996 season, when both Jagr and Lemieux did it for the Penguins. Right now, he’s the only active player to break 60 goals.

      However, Jonathan Toews is a better complete player. Ovechkin doesn’t play defense and isn’t a penalty killer. Toews was a Selke Finalist, losing out to Ryan Kesler. Toews is one of the best in the faceoff circle. He’s #3 among players with at least 100 faceoff attempts, behind Adam Hall and Rich Peverley. He’s tied for 2nd in the NHL in goals (22 goals) and tied for 14th in points (39 points). He has a Stanley Cup and a Conn Smyth.

      I would take Toews if I were building a franchise over Ovechkin. Toews makes players around him better, while Ovechkin doesn’t necessarily have that ability. Toews is a complete player that will do everything for a team.

  • Don Cherry says:

    Are The Boston Bruins A Poor Mans Team Canada? Canada:

    Patrice Bergeron – Ancienne-Lorette, QC, CAN
    Gregory Campbell – London, ON, CAN
    Jordan Caron – Sayabec, QC, CAN
    Nathan Horton – Welland, ON, CAN
    Chris Kelly – Toronto, ON, CAN
    Milan Lucic – Vancouver, BC, CAN
    Brad Marchand – Halifax, NS, CAN
    Daniel Paille – Welland, ON, CAN
    Rich Peverley – Kingston, ON, CAN
    Benoit Pouliot – Alfred, ON, CAN
    Marc Savard – Ottawa, ON, CAN
    Tyler Seguin – Brampton, ON, CAN
    Shawn Thornton – Oshawa, ON, CAN
    Johnny Boychuk – Edmonton, AB, CAN
    Andrew Ference – Edmonton, AB, CAN
    Adam McQuaid – Charlottetown, PE, CAN

    Czech Republic : David Krejci
    Slovakia : Zdeno Chara
    US: Corvo, Thomas.
    Germany: Dennis Seidenberg
    Finland : Tukka Rask

    • Curator says:

      I live in Boston (Im a habs fan) and everyone tells me they hate canada. Funny, because the habs are mostly european or american, while the bruins are infested with canadians. The only american is Thomas.

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