Ducks goalie Jonas Hiller
has been activated off injured reserve as he completes his recovery from vertigo-related symptoms. Hiller is in uniform tonight as the Ducks face the Stars in Dallas.
The 29-year-old Hiller has played one game -- a 4-0 shutout in Edmonton on February 13 -- since reporting lightheadedness and dizziness after playing just 11 minutes against San Jose on February 13. The Ducks have gone 11-6-1 in his absence.
"I'm not getting that tired anymore and it seems to be more natural to follow the puck," Hiller said yesterday after going through a full practice before the team left for Dallas. "I've felt pretty good the last couple of practices and I'm definitely excited that it keeps going forward."Hiller speaks Tuesday about his recovery | Hiller highlights
Hiller, who played in his first All-Star Game on January 30, is 26-16-3 this season with a 2.50 goals-against average, a .925 save percentage and a career-high five shutouts.