• Ducks' Lindholm Contributes Two Points In Game 1

    News: Hampus Lindholm scored his second goal of the playoffs and added an assist in Sunday's Game 1 win over the Blackhawks.
    Analysis: Hampus Lindholm is having an excellent postseason, notching eight points and logging heavy minutes on the blueline. The 21-year-old is a solid two-way defenseman who plays a key role on the second power-play unit. The rising star should definitely be on your fantasy radar heading into next season.
  • Ducks' Lindholm Notches First Career Playoff Goal

    News: Hampus Lindholm scored his first career playoff goal in Sunday's 3-0 Game 2 win over the Flames.
    Analysis: Hampus Lindholm now has six points in the playoffs -- good enough to sit alongside Sami Vatanen for the team lead amongst defensemen. If the Ducks can continue to put together strong offensive efforts like they have in the first six games of the playoffs, expect Lindholm to continue to pick up points.
  • Ducks' Lindholm On Assist Streak

    News: Hampus Lindholm dished out two helpers and went plus-1 Thursday in Game 1 against Calgary.
    Analysis: That's Hampus Lindholm's third straight game with an assist, dating back to the series against the Jets. He showed only marginal improvement on the offensive end during the regular season, but has racked up five helpers in as many games during postseason play so far.
  • Ducks' Lindholm Gets Assist In Game 4

    News: Hampus Lindholm assisted on Andrew Cogliano's second-period tally in Wednesday's Game 4 victory over the Jets.
    Analysis: Hampus Lindholm had three assists during the Ducks' four-game sweep while producing seven shots on goal. Look for him to remain an above-average source of offense from the blue line in the second round, when the Ducks will take on the winner of the Vancouver-Calgary series.
  • Ducks' Lindholm Back On Scoresheet

    News: Hampus Lindholm tallied an assist and was a plus-4 in Wednesday's win over the Oilers.
    Analysis: Hampus Lindholm had gone a little cold, not recording a point in five straight games before Wednesday. However, given his seven goals and 27 assists on the season, Lindholm can still be relied upon whenever he laces up his skates.
  • Ducks' Lindholm Back in Action

    News: Hampus Lindholm is slated to play Sunday against New Jersey, Eric Stephens of the Orange County Register reports.
    Analysis: Hampus Lindholm, who was a healthy scratch for Saturday's game against the Islanders, will check back into the lineup Sunday, with Clayton Stoner sidelined due to a lower-body injury.
  • Ducks Make Lindholm A Healthy Scratch

    News: Hampus Lindholm will be a healthy scratch for Saturday's game against the Islanders, Eric Stephens of the Orange County Register reports.
    Analysis: With the Ducks boasting impressive depth on the blue line, coach Bruce Boudreau has been forced to sit useful defenseman in Cam Fowler, James Wisniewski, and now Hampus Lindholm in the team's last three games. Lindholm has remained an asset in mid-sized and deeper leagues this season with seven goals, 33 points, and a plus-22 rating over 73 games, and his healthy scratch shouldn't change that fact. Expect him to draw back in Sunday against the Devils.
  • Ducks' Lindholm Sets New Career High

    News: Hampus Lindholm recorded two assists Sunday against the Preds.
    Analysis: The points give 32 on the season -- a new career high for the 21-year-old. Hampus Lindholm continues to see regular minutes and contributes solidly across the board. Deploy him as much as you can.
  • Ducks' Lindholm Ripples Mesh In Loss

    News: Hampus Lindholm scored his seventh goal of the season Wednesday night against the Flames.
    Analysis: The 21-year-old continues to impress, recording his 30th point of the season. Hampus Lindholm hasn't suffered from the notorious "sophomore slump" this season, as he is set to break the scoring mark he set last season as a rookie.
  • Ducks' Lindholm Stays Hot

    News: Hampus Lindholm recorded an assist and a plus-2 rating Monday against the Red Wings.
    Analysis: Hampus Lindholm continued his great form of late with another monster night patrolling the Ducks' blue line. The young Swede played over 28 minutes, added 7 SOGs, and took a minor penalty. Lindholm's numbers should continue to stay strong with Sami Vatanen out. Get him into your lineup.