Lindholm was extended a qualifying offer from the Ducks on Monday, Dhiren Mahiban of the New York Times reports. Lindholm participated in all but two games for the Ducks this past season, posting a career-high of 10 goals, to go along with 18 assists and 68 hits. The 22-year-old defenseman has shown enough improvement and potential that the Ducks want to keep him around, and the qualifying offer means they'll be able to match any offer he receives once free agency opens. It appears Lindholm will likely end up being retained by the Ducks barring any surprises.
Lindholm (illness) will rejoin the lineup for Sunday's game against the Stars, Eric Stephens of The Orange County Register reports. Lindholm skated during Saturday's practice, foreshadowing his return from the flu-like symptoms that held him out Friday. His return will likely push Jaycob Megna out of the lineup, and he's expected to pair with Josh Manson. The blueliner should be deployed as he normally would.
Lindholm (illness) returned to the ice Saturday morning in preparation for Sunday's game against the Stars, Eric Stephens of the Orange County Register reports. The belief, at least according to Stephens, is that Lindholm will be able to return Sunday. Given that he's an impact player in the fantasy realm, it would be wise to keep tabs on the Ducks when they take pregame warmups for official confirmation that he'll take to the ice. Of course, there's always a chance the team could shed light on his status before then.
Lindholm (illness) has been ruled out of Friday's game against Vancouver. On a day when many thought the Ducks may be pulling April Fool's jokes with the amount of injury news they announced, Lindholm was the final announcement on the list. The highly-touted blueliner is unlikely to miss more than a game, while Korbinian Holzer is slated to replace Lindholm in the lineup.
Lindholm scored his ninth goal of the season, had an assist and was a plus-3 in Friday's win over Boston. An impressive outing from Lindholm, who is up to 25 points in 69 games on the season. The 22-year-old continues to log steady minutes for Anaheim and plays on the second power-play unit, so he's worth owning if you're in a deep league. Lindholm has racked up over half of his points this year with the man advantage and can be trusted on an Anaheim team sitting second in the Pacific Division.
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