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Defending Big D Apr 20, 2014

Defending Big D Fundraiser Raises $2,736.17; Will Donate AED to Garland Youth Sports

The DBD community came together in honor of Rich Peverley to raise enough money to donated an AED to Garland PeeWee Football with room to spare. Just after the stroke of midnight last night, hopefully right after the Anaheim Ducks turned back into a pumpkin, the Defending Big D fundraiser in honor of Rich Peverley ended. In total, the campaign raised $2,736.17 that will go directly to the AED donation fund at Living For Zachary, and I know of at least one eventual company match out there that really brings the grand total of funds generated in Peverley's honor to nearly $3,000. That's 150...
Defending Big D Apr 19, 2014
DBD Fundraiser: Last Day to Give Donations In Honor of Rich Peverley

DBD Fundraiser: Last Day to Give Donations In Honor of Rich Peverley

The DBD fundraiser to help donate an AED ends just after midnight tonight. We'll get to the breakdown of the Dallas Stars Game 2 loss to the Anaheim Ducks here in a few hours, from a breakdown of all the advanced statistical domination that was eventually for naught to reactions to the series goaltending. But first, a final bit of housekeeping to take care of. If you're new to the site, or somehow missed my 17 posts about it, we've been running a fundraiser in honor of Rich Peverley for the past month or so. The goal is to purchase an automatic external defibrillator, in cooperation with...
Boston Herald Apr 18, 2014
Key factor on the line for the Bruins

Key factor on the line for the Bruins

The Bruins would not have raised the Stanley Cup in 2011 if not for the third line of Chris Kelly, Michael Ryder and Rich Peverley. The trio was especially effective in the life-and-death struggle with the Canadiens in the first round.Now the B’s, who’ll get down to business tonight in Game 1 against the Detroit Red Wings at the Garden, hope their current third line can do what that ’11 version did.
Defending Big D Mar 30, 2014

Rich Peverley Skates For First Time Since Collapse; Hopes to Return Eventually From Cardiac Event

The Stars forward spoke to the media Friday for the first time since his scary collapse on the bench in early March and said he hopes to be able to return if everything goes well. On Thursday, as the Dallas Stars were getting ready to head into a possibly season-defining, or at least season-preserving, back-to-back set, Rich Peverley returned to the ice. It wasn't a hard skate by any means - Peverley described it as "leisurely" - but it was a key step toward normalcy in a month that has turned his entire world upside down. "I just put my skates on, and I wanted to shoot on our goalies,"...

Rich Peverley working out at home, says he will decide NHL future in summer

Dallas Stars Rich Peverley talks with the media during a press conference before the Nashville Predators vs. the Dallas Stars NHL hockey game at the American Airlines Center on Friday, March 28, 2014. (Louis DeLuca/Dallas Morning News)

He said it: Rich Peverley speaks with media for first time since March 10 collapse

Stars center Rich Peverley spoke with the media Friday before the Nashville game. Peverley, 31, collapsed on the bench March 10 because of a heart condition and had cardiac ablation surgery March 18 to destroy parts of his heart that …
Rotoworld Mar 28, 2014

Rich Peverley skates, return not imminent - Rich Peverley (W) Dallas Stars

Rich Peverley skated on Thursday for the first time since undergoing heart surgery on Mar. 19, saying his goal is to play again this season.

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