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The Swiss defenseman has found a new home in the NHL. But he has to clear waivers first.

Luca Sbisa returns to the west coast of North America
Icon Sportswire / Bob Frid

After his PTO with the New York Islanders was over, Sbisa kept in shape with the club. Now he has found a new but familiar home. He is set to join the Anaheim Ducks, as Elliotte Friedman (Sportsnet) writes.

According to Eric Stephens (The Athletic), he is expected to sign a one-year, one-way deal and to join the San Diego Sea Gulls after having cleared waivers.

The 29-year-old already was part of the Ducks from 2009 to 2014. A veteran of 536 NHL-games, the defenseman has recorded 19 goals and 92 assists while playing for the already mentioned Ducks, the Islanders, the Vegas Golden Knights, the Philadelphia Flyers and the Vancouver Canucks.

( 22 October 2019 | esi )

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