Ducks' Ryan Kesler (hip) to make season debut Wednesday night
Anaheim Ducks center Ryan Kesler will make his season debut on Wednesday against the Vegas Golden Knights.
After undergoing offseason hip surgery, Kesler had yet to play in 2017. At 33, he'll enter his 14th NHL season and fourth with the Ducks. It may take some time for him to get going but he should return to form in the coming weeks.
Last season, Kesler turned in 186 shots, 22 goals, 36 assists and 8 power play goals over 1,747 minutes and 82 games.
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