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Stars forward Seguin shares video of grueling rehab from two surgeries

Dallas forward was activated on Monday from injured reserve after missing six months

by Pat Pickens @Pat_Pickens / NHL.com Staff Writer

After six months and two surgeries, Tyler Seguin is back.

The Dallas Stars forward posted a video that detailed his return from multiple hip surgeries on Monday, the day he made his return to the lineup against the Florida Panthers.

Tweet from @tseguinofficial: pic.twitter.com/aqDw4uscbo

Seguin, who had 13 points in 26 Stanley Cup Playoff games and helped Dallas reach the 2020 Stanley Cup Final, has not played since having surgery to repair a torn labrum in his hip in November.

The video details his lengthy rehab, from the plane ride and 4 a.m. ride he took to the hospital for surgery to his grueling physical therapy and on-ice workouts over the past 26 weeks.

Seguin scored a goal in the third period on Monday but the Stars eventually lost in overtime.

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