Watch: Flyers' Lindblom rings bell to signal end of cancer treatments
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Philadelphia Flyers forward Oskar Lindblom is celebrating his road to recovery.

Lindblom rang the bell at Penn Medical Center on Thursday to signal the end of his cancer treatments. The 23-year-old winger was diagnosed with Ewing's sarcoma in December, which is a rare form of bone cancer.

"I can't even explain how I feel," Lindblom said, according to NHL.com's Adam Kimelman. "Feels like having my birthday, Christmas, and all those holidays at the same time.

"Feels awesome to be done. Can't wait to get back to normal life again and feel like I'm living."

Lindblom returned to the ice in June with a small group of teammates for the first time since his diagnosis, but he won't participate in the league's return-to-play plan.

The 6-foot-1 Swede recorded 11 goals and 18 points through 30 games with the Flyers this season before his diagnosis.

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