4:00 PM: Dallas Stars player Rich Peverley is out for the rest of the season after collapsing on the bench during a game Monday. Peverley will undergo a heart procedure that was originally planned for after the season.
3:30 PM: Former NFL player Darren Sharper, who faces sexual assault charges in Los Angeles & New Orleans, has now been indicted on sexual assault charges in Tempe, Arizona.
12:30 PM: Colorado Avalanche goalie Jean-Sebastien Giguere said about possibly retiring at the end of the season: "Not 100 percent sure, but definitely leaning that way .... But I don't want to talk about that right now. It's not the time or place."
12:15 PM: While trying to make a check on San Jose Sharks player Patrick Marleau, Toronto Maple Leafs player Dion Phaneuf missed and hit teammate James van Riemsdyk instead. Van Riemsdyk was taken to the locker room but later returned to the game.
11:30 AM: Vanderbilt has hired Utah State's Frank Maile as the Commodores' new defensive line coach. Maile replaced Vavae Tata, who was suspended last month after pleading guilty to drunk driving charges.
11:15 AM: The Atlanta Falcons officially released tight end Tony Gonzalez on Tuesday. Gonzalez will be working next season as an NFL analyst for CBS.
11:00 AM: Martinsburg (West Virginia) High School QB Malique Watkins was arrested for having iPhone video of a 17-year-old having sex with a 19-year-old. Watkins was charges with possessing sexually explicit material involving a juvenile.
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