What a year it's been for Philadelphia Flyers forward Oskar Lindblom.
Just around a year ago the forward found out that he was dealing with a rare form of bone cancer.
At the time he had 11 goals in a tie for the team lead with Travis Konecny and instead of playing another game he would begin chemo treatments.
Lindblom fought hard for a year, so hard that he was able to suit for the Flyers last two playoff games in September.
Yesterday, Oskar's girlfriend, Alma Lindqvist, share on Instagram that Oskar is now 100% cancer free.
“What a year! 369 days ago we found out that Oskar had cancer, and today we got to know that the scans are clear after his second checkup. popping champagne*!!!
We can't wait to see the 24 year old around camp for the NHL season which is expected to start on January 13.