Blues President of Hockey Operations and General Manager Doug Armstrong announced Friday the procedure took place at University of California-Irvine Medical Center in Anaheim, California.
Armstrong added Bouwmeester needed a defibrillator to revive him Tuesday.
According to heart.org, an ICD procedure involves docs placing a battery-powered device underneath the skin in the hopes that it will help monitor irregularities in the heart and avoid sudden cardiac episodes down the line.More news: Coronavirus: Woman diagnosed in London went to A&E in an Uber
Bouwmeester collapsed on the bench during the first period of the Blues' game at Anaheim and was taken to hospital.
Blues captain Alex Pietrangelo also talked about the incident, and how the scene on the bench unfolded.
"Last night after the game, I went over there to see Dan and Jay with Ray".
"Jay FaceTimed the boys after, just saying he was OK", Schenn said. "And certainly we're lucky to have each other any time you're going through something like this".More news: Sydney coronavirus terror as visiting cruise ship suddenly locked down
Indeed, Jay Bouwmeester's conditioning is so strong that he once held the record for consecutive games played with 737, a feat that spanned ten years.
Armstrong also confirmed that Jay's father was at the game as part of the traditional Father's Trip, where players are joined by their dads during a roadtrip.
Wednesday morning, the Bruins tweeted their support for the 36-year-old Bouwmeester and the Blues organization. "And when J-bo is being J-bo it makes all of us feel a lot better".More news: Owner of Lexington Herald-Leader files for bankruptcy protection