Lindholm (upper body) was among several Ducks given the all-clear by general manager Bob Murray. Lindholm failed to reach the 25-point mark for just the second time in his seven-year NHL career. Injuries have limited the blueliner throughout his career, as he's managed to log over 70 games in a season just once in the previous four campaigns. If he can stay healthy, the 26-year-old is capable of providing mid-range fantasy value given his offensive capabilities.
Lindholm (upper body) recorded two goals and 23 points in 56 games this season. Both of the above numbers are career lows for the seventh-year NHLer, with his shooting percentage (1.8) and hits (34) both following suit in that regard. However, it's not all doom and gloom with Lindholm, as his scoring pace of 0.41 points per game was a few ticks above last year and would amount to 34 -- his career high -- over a full season. With the Ducks eliminated from the league's announced 24-team playoff format and not suiting up until next season, Lindholm should be over any lingering effects of his injury once regular-season hockey returns to Anaheim.
Lindholm (upper body) has no timeline to return, Eric Stephens of The Athletic reports. Lindholm was injured Feb. 25 versus the Oilers and has missed the last five games. Per Stephens, it's possible that the Swedish blueliner's season may be done, but he hasn't been officially shut down yet. Assume Lindholm is out indefinitely until a further update is provided.
Lindholm (upper body) will not suit up Friday versus the Maple Leafs. Lindholm is set to miss a fifth straight game with the injury. The Swede's next chance to return is Sunday against the Wild.
Lindholm (upper body) will not play in Wednesday's game against the Avalanche. Lindholm will miss a fourth straight game with the injury. Christian Djoos will continue to hold down Lindholm's spot in the lineup until the latter is ready to return.
Last 7 Games
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