Blues de­fense­man OK af­ter col­lapse

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Jay Bouwmeeste­r re­mains in South­ern Cal­i­for­nia, but the vet­eran St. Louis Blues de­fense­man was alert and talk­ing with team­mates one day af­ter col­laps­ing on the bench dur­ing a game.

The 36-year old Bouwmeeste­r suf­fered a car­diac episode dur­ing the first pe­riod of Tues­day night’s game against the Ana­heim

Ducks. Gen­eral man­ager Doug Arm­strong said dur­ing a news con­fer­ence Wed­nes­day that Bouwmeeste­r was un­re­spon­sive af­ter col­laps­ing on the bench. A de­fib­ril­la­tor was used and he re­gained con­scious­ness im­me­di­ately be­fore he was taken to an Ana­heim hospi­tal.

“He is do­ing very well and is cur­rently un­der­go­ing a bat­tery of tests. Things are look­ing very pos­i­tive,” Arm­strong said.

Pi­etrangelo — who was one of the first to call for help af­ter Bouwmeeste­r slumped over with 7:50 left in the first pe­riod — said he vis­ited Bouwmeeste­r in the hospi­tal Tues­day night and the rest of team got to see him via Face­Time af­ter the game was can­celed.


Two Ohio State Univer­sity foot­ball play­ers were kicked off the team Wed­nes­day af­ter they were charged with rape and kid­nap­ping.

De­fen­sive backs Amir Riep and Jah­sen Wint, both 21, were booked into jail ear­lier in the day af­ter they were charged with sex­u­ally as­sault­ing a woman on Feb. 4 at the play­ers’ shared apart­ment.

The men were sched­uled to be ar­raigned this morn­ing. It was not im­me­di­ately clear whether they had at­tor­neys.

The woman told po­lice that she was hav­ing con­sen­sual sex with Riep be­fore Wint came into the room and both forced her to have sex.

Af­ter sev­eral min­utes, they stopped and Riep told the woman that she needed to say what hap­pened was “con­sen­sual on a video record­ing while laugh­ing at her,” ac­cord­ing to po­lice. Riep then told the woman she needed to shower be­fore driv­ing her back to her home.


On Wed­nes­day, the Tigers and former Yankee out­fielder Cameron May­bin agreed to a one-year deal worth $1.5 mil­lion guar­an­teed, with $1.3M in prospec­tive bonuses.

May­bin played the 2019 sea­son with the Yan­kees and had the best of­fen­sive per­for­mance of his ca­reer. The 32-yearold vet­eran hit .285 with 11 home runs and nine steals across 82 games.


Jeremy Roenick will not be re­turn­ing to NBC Sports af­ter his sus­pen­sion for mak­ing in­ap­pro­pri­ate com­ments about co­work­ers.

Roenick an­nounced the end of his ten­ure at NBC Sports in a video posted on Twit­ter.

NBC Sports sus­pended Roenick in­def­i­nitely without pay in late De­cem­ber af­ter he made se­ries of ques­tion­able re­marks about fel­low hockey broad­cast­ers Kathryn Tap­pen, Pa­trick Sharp and An­son Carter dur­ing a re­cent ap­pear­ance on the Spit­tin’ Chi­clets pod­cast.


Blue Jays catcher catcher Reese McGuire is fac­ing an in­de­cent ex­po­sure charge in Florida.

Deputies were dis­patched to a shop­ping cen­ter park­ing lot in Dunedin on Fri­day af­ter­noon fol­low­ing re­ports that a man sit­ting in­side an SUV was ex­pos­ing him­self. Deputies said they spoke with McGuire, 24, who was co­op­er­a­tive and did not deny the al­le­ga­tions.

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