Cardiac events a frightening, familiar sight in the NHL


              FILE - Alexei Cherepanov, of Russia, smiles after being selected by the New York Rangers during the first round of the NHL hockey draft on June 22, 2007, in Columbus, Ohio. Cherepanov died Oct. 13, 2007, during a game in Russia. He was 19. The horror that swept across the NFL when Buffalo BIlls defensive back Damar Hamlin collapsed and went into cardiac arrest during a game this week in Cincinnati was all too familiar to members of the hockey community. (AP Photo/Jay LaPrete, File)
            
              FILE -  Dallas Stars forward Rich Peverley, right, makes a statement regarding his health and the incident which occurred in an NHL game during a news conference at UT Southwestern Medical Center as coach Lindy Ruff looks on March 12, 2014, in Dallas. The horror that swept across the NFL when Buffalo Bills defensive back Damar Hamlin collapsed and went into cardiac arrest during a game this week in Cincinnati was all too familiar to members of the hockey community. (AP Photo/Tim Sharp, File)
            
              FILE -  Detroit Red Wings' Jiri Fischer, of the Czech Republic, wipes tears away during a news conference in Detroit on Dec. 12, 2005. The horror that swept across the NFL when Buffalo Bills defensive back Damar Hamlin collapsed and went into cardiac arrest during a game this week in Cincinnati was all too familiar to members of the hockey community.. (AP Photo/Paul Sancya, File)
            
              FILE -  Members of the St. Louis Blues and Anaheim Ducks gather on the ice as Blues defenseman Jay Bouwmeester, who suffered a medical emergency, is worked on by medical personnel during the first period of an NHL hockey game on Feb. 11, 2020, in Anaheim, Calif. The horror that swept across the NFL when Buffalo BIlls defensive back Damar Hamlin collapsed and went into cardiac arrest during a game this week in Cincinnati was all too familiar to members of the hockey community. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill, File)
Cardiac events a frightening, familiar sight in the NHL