ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) - Ducks goalie Jonas Hiller says he's finally free of vertigo symptoms and expects to be ready for Anaheim's training camp next month.
The All-Star goalie provided an update on his condition Friday, saying he's been working out daily back home in Switzerland with no problems.
Hiller missed all but 83 minutes of the Ducks' season after the All-Star break while struggling with an apparent case of vertigo that left him lightheaded and dizzy on the ice.
After taking time off to rest, Hiller has been working out for the past month. He says he feels great, and he's looking forward to helping the Ducks.
They are counting on Hiller, too. The Ducks haven't re-signed Ray Emery, Hiller's main late-season replacement.
Anaheim opens training camp Sept. 17.