- Dallas Stars forward Rich Peverley is undergoing testing to determine what caused him to collapse during a game. General manager Jim Nill said Tuesday that Peverley is in stable condition and has been communicating with teammates and friends since he was admitted into hospital Monday night. The Stars' game against Columbus was postponed in the first period after Peverley went down on the bench, stunning the crowd and players.
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- Carey Price's road to recovery took another step forward on Tuesday, as the Montreal Canadiens netminder participated in light full practice drills at the team's morning skate. He's not ready to return to action, but Brandon Prust is. The winger will return to the Habs' lineup Wednesday versus Boston after sitting out the last seven games with an upper-body injury.
- The Toronto Maple Leafs will aim for a fourth straight win tonight when they visit the San Jose Sharks as part of their five-game road trip. Toronto enters tonight with a one-point lead over Montreal for second place in the Atlantic Division, following their 3-1 Monday night win over the Anaheim Ducks.
- There is no doubting Ales Hemsky has been a nice addition to the Ottawa Senators lineup, but would the Senators be sitting in a playoff spot if they had acquired Hemsky a few months ago? According to TSN's Ian Mendes, probably not.
- The Edmonton Oilers open up a four-game road trip this evening with a visit to Minnesota where they face the Wild from the Xcel Energy Center. The Wild have won the first two of three meetings this season with the Oilers by a total margin of 7-1.
- The Pittsburgh Penguins will try to complete a sweep of the Washington Capitals when the clubs cap a quick home-and-home series Tuesday night in the Steel City. Pittsburgh visited the Capitals on Monday and Chris Kunitz potted a pair of goals to help the Penguins beat Washington with a 3-2 victory at Verizon Center. Catch the action live on TSN2 at 7:30pm et/4:30pm pt.
- TSN Hockey Insiders Bob McKenzie and Darren Dreger have the latest on expanded video review, changes to overtime, face-off modifications and the NHL potentially allowing kicked-in goals.
- As free agency officially opens in the NFL on Tuesday at 4 pm et., TSN.ca presents the top ten free-agent busts of all-time in the league. Jake Delhomme, Deion Sanders, Andre Rison and Albert Haynesworth all the made the list.
- Leon Draisaitl has made a big jump into the top-five in the latest edition of Craig Button's TSN.ca NHL Draft rankings. The Prince Albert Raiders left winger has moved seven places up to fourth-spot in the March rankings. The German-born Draisaitl has 35 goals and 62 assists in 60 games this season for the Raiders who currently sit third in the Eastern Conference's East Division.
- Newcastle manager Alan Pardew has been handed a seven-match ban by the English Football Association for head-butting an opposing player during a Premier League match. The FA says Pardew will serve a three-match stadium ban before being suspended from standing on the touchline for the other four games.
- A friend of Oscar Pistorius testified in the Olympian's murder trial Tuesday that the athlete twice fired guns for which the double-amputee is charged with firearms violations. Pistorius denies guilt in both events, which took place before he shot dead his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp on Feb. 14, 2013.
- Canada's Mark Arendz battled through brutal race conditions to win the bronze medal in the men's 12.5-kilometre standing category at the Paralympic Winter Games in Sochi, Russia on Tuesday.
- Rich Peverley collapsed on the bench in the first period of the Dallas Stars' game against the Columbus Blue Jackets Monday. The game was stopped midway through the first period while medical personnel attended to Peverley, with both teams leaving the ice. The postponement of the game was announced about 30 minutes later. Stars general manager Jim Nill released a statement on Tuesday saying Peverley is resting comfortably.
- Every hour the mystery deepens: How could an airliner with 239 people on board simply vanish? There are disparate theories about what might have happened to Malaysian Airlines flight 370 but no clues that lend merit to any of them. What has emerged in the absence of fact is a glimpse at the lives of those on board.