- 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. The NHL released a statement on Peverley's condition saying he is doing well and in stable condition at the hospital.
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- Matt Martin's goal at 10:04 of the third period proved to be the winner as the New York Islanders posted a dramatic 7-4 comeback victory over the Vancouver Canucks Monday night. Josh Bailey, Ryan Strome, Calvin de Haan, Frans Nielsen, Anders Lee and Cal Clutterbuck also scored for the Islanders, who rallied from a 3-0 second-period deficit.
- Phil Kessel and Tyler Bozak each had a goal and two assists, and the Toronto Maple Leafs celebrated coach Randy Carlyle's return to Anaheim with a 3-1 victory over the Ducks on Monday night. Paul Ranger scored and Jonathan Bernier made 43 saves as the Maple Leafs opened a five-game trip with their third consecutive victory.
- Matt Duchene scored 2:33 into overtime, and Semyon Varlamov stopped 33 shots to lift the Colorado Avalanche to a 3-2 win over the Winnipeg Jets on Monday night. John Mitchell and Andre Benoit also scored for the Avalanche, who have won five of six.
- Seth Jones scored the winner 3:49 into overtime as the Nashville Predators defeated the Ottawa Senators 4-3 Monday night. Craig Anderson allowed three goals on 29 shots before leaving the game early in the third after being hit by Milan Michalek. Cody Ceci also left the game after he took a shot to the head that left him with a lacerated right ear.
- Anze Kopitar had a goal and an assist to lead the Los Angeles Kings to a 3-2 win over the Calgary Flames on Monday. Justin Williams and Trevor Lewis also scored for the Kings (38-22-6), who have reeled off eight straight wins.
- Deron Williams and Shaun Livingston each scored 18 points and an ailing Paul Pierce hit a 3-pointer with 1:14 remaining to lead the Brooklyn Nets to a 101-97 victory over the Atlantic Division-leading Toronto Raptors on Monday night.
- 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.
- 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.
- The Toronto Argonauts announced on Monday that the club had released import defensive lineman Khalif Mitchell to pursue NFL opportunities. The 28-year-old East Carolina product spent the last season with the Argos after having spent the previous three with the B.C. Lions. In his four CFL seasons, Mitchell is a two-time CFL All-Star, including last season, and won the Grey Cup with the Lions in 2011.
- 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.
- Toronto's Melvin Ejim accomplished much more than just one record-setting game this season. The Iowa State senior forward has a unique top-10 standing in the Big 12. The 6-foot-6 Ejim was named Monday as The Associated Press Big 12 Player of the Year. He joined Kansas' Andrew Wiggins of Vaughan, Ont., the league's Freshman of the Year, as unanimous All-Big 12 first-team selections.
- 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.