Saturday, September 5, 2015   

(NHL) Peverley recovering from heart op
(03-20 10:22)

Dallas Stars center Rich Peverley, who collapsed on the bench during a National Hockey League game, underwent successful cardiac surgery to correct an irregular heartbeat, the team said Wednesday.
The 31-year-old Canadian underwent the operation on Tuesday at the Cleveland Clinic after the incident during a home game March 10 against Columbus.
Typical recovery time from the operation is from two to three months and doctors will examine Paverley within that time frame to see if he can continue his NHL career.—AFP

   
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