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As HC Davos reports on their website, forward Perttu Lindgren is not yet able to resume off-season training. The Finn had to undergo hip surgery.

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Lindgren should be able to start with his preparations for next season in about three weeks, as the club writes. However, it is not yet clear when the 29-year-old forward will be ready to resume game action again.

At best, Lindgren will participate in the Group Stage of the Champions Hockey League. At the latest, he should be fully recovered by the start of the new season in September.

Furthermore, Tino Kessler (shoulder) and Sven Jung (hip) both had to undergo surgery as well. Both have already fully recovered and are currently practicing with the team. 

Last Update: 30 May 2017, 07:56 AM | mfa

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