The Edmonton Oilers selected Jesse Puljujärvi with the fourth overall pick in the 2016 NHL Entry Draft and things haven’t exactly gone his way since he’s made the move to North America. This season has probably been the roughest for the 20-year-old considering he saw his season come to an end after 46 games after undergoing hip surgery.

While most people would be down and out for quite some time after undergoing hip surgery that’s not the case for Puljujärvi, who has already started his rehab.


Kuntoutus rehab day 3

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With some help from the crutches, the Oilers forward is already putting in work in the gym again despite going under the knife earlier this week.

The Alvkarleby, Sweden native put up four goals and nine points in 46 games with the Oilers and two goals and four points in four games with the Bakersfield Condors in the AHL.

(H/T Instagram/puljuuu)