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Rich Peverley's future remains up in the air.
The unrestricted free agent, whose contract with the Dallas Stars expired on July 1, is still undecided about whether he'll return to the NHL as a player, agent Allain Roy told Fluto Shinzawa of the Boston Globe.
Peverley, who turned 33 early in July, has not played since March 10, 2014, after collapsing on the bench during a game against the Columbus Blue Jackets, and undergoing surgery to correct an irregular heartbeat.
In May, it was reported Peverley was taking a hard look at the possibility of a comeback, pending full medical clearance. He also spent time last season serving as a volunteer coach for the Stars' AHL affiliate.
In 442 career games, Peverley scored 84 goals and added 157 assists, winning a Stanley Cup with the Boston Bruins in 2011.