Lindholm scored a goal on his only shot and added an assist Thursday in a 4-3 overtime loss at Winnipeg. Had also had two PIM.
Lindholm won an offensive zone faceoff early in the first period that led directly to a Matthew Tkachuk goal, then he scored one of his own late in the frame with a one-timer from the right circle. Lindholm saw his point production dip from a career-high 78 in 2018-19 to just 54 last season, although he did register a personal-best 29 goals. The 26-year-old should be able to land somewhere in the 50-70-point range again this year while centering one of Calgary's top two lines.
Lindholm had a career-high 29 goals and added 25 assists in 70 games during 2019-20.
Lindholm erupted for 27 goals and 78 points in 2018-19, but he took a step back this year. Part of his regression came from his linemates Sean Monahan and Johnny Gaudreau performing poorly. Lindholm individually shot a career-best 17.2 percent on 169 shots. The Swede has typically played as a right wing in his two years as a Flame, but if the team ships out a center during the offseason, Lindholm could adjust to playing pivot in the top six.
Lindholm had an assist, four shots on goal and five hits in Thursday's 7-3 loss to the Stars in Game 6.
Lindholm earned the secondary helper on Andrew Mangiapane's tally in the first period. The 25-year-old Lindholm ended the playoffs on a seven-game goal drought -- he picked up three helpers in that span. The Swede had six points, 18 shots and 37 hits through 10 postseason outings overall.
Lindholm recorded a shorthanded assist in Friday's 2-0 win over the Stars in Game 3.
Lindholm jarred the puck loose during a Stars power play in the second period, and Mikael Backlund beat Roope Hintz in a footrace before scoring the goal. The Swedish connection earned Lindholm his fifth point (two markers, three helpers) in seven postseason outings. The 25-year-old has added 19 hits, nine shots and a plus-3 rating.
Lindholm notched a power-play assist and doled out six hits in Thursday's 5-4 loss to the Stars in Game 2.
Lindholm's shot on a late Flames power play was tipped in by Sam Bennett to tie the game at four. The 25-year-old Lindholm now has four points, eight shots, 19 hits and a plus-2 rating through six postseason outings.
Lindholm scored a power-play goal and added an assist with two shots in Tuesday's 6-2 win over Winnipeg in Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Qualifiers.
Lindholm is off to a quick start to the qualifying round, reaching the scoresheet in each of the first three games. He re-directed an Erik Gustafsson feed with the man advantage to get the Flames on the board midway through the first period, then sent up Sean Monahan's power-play winner in the middle frame. Lindholm has two goals and two assists in the series after a 29-goal, 54-point regular season.
Lindholm scored an unassisted goal during Monday's 3-2 loss to the Jets in Game 2 of their Stanley Cup Qualifier.
The 25-year-old scooped up an errant pass in Winnipeg's zone and wired a wrister past Connor Hellebuyck to get Calgary on the board in the second period. Lindholm now has a goal and an assist through the first two games in the series, and he'll look to extend his postseason point streak Tuesday night in Game 3.
Lindholm supplied a power-play assist, three shots on goal and three hits in Saturday's 4-1 win over the Jets in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Qualifiers.
Lindholm drew the secondary assist on linemate Johnny Gaudreau's second-period tally. The 25-year-old Lindholm provides a solid mix of offense (54 points in 70 games) and physicality (93 hits), which makes him a solid addition to DFS rosters during the early stages of the playoffs.
Lindholm (undisclosed) is on the ice for Thursday's practice, Scott Cruickshank of The Athletic reports.
Lindholm exited Tuesday's scrimmage with what he described as a minor issue and subsequently missed Wednesday's practice, but his presence on the ice Thursday suggests he should be, barring a setback, good to go for Calgary's Aug. 1 matchup with Winnipeg. The 25-year-old Swede racked up 29 goals and 54 points in 70 games during the regular season.
Following his exit from Tuesday's scrimmage, Lindholm (undisclosed) assured reporters that his early departure is nothing to worry about, Wes Gilbertson of the Calgary Sun reports.
Lindholm may end up missing a practice or two, but it sounds like whatever forced him from Tuesday's intrasquad scrimmage won't impact his availability for the Flames' first playoff game against the Jets on Aug. 1. The 25-year-old winger is expected to skate on Calgary's top line and first power-play unit once postseason play gets underway.
Lindholm exited Tuesday's intrasquad scrimmage early due to an undisclosed issue, Wes Gilbertson of the Calgary Sun reports.
Due to the NHL's new injury update policy, the Flames won't be able to reveal any details regarding what forced Lindholm from Tuesday's scrimmage, so another update on the winger likely won't be released until he's cleared to return to practice. The 25-year-old Swede racked up 29 goals and 54 points in 70 games during the regular season.
Lindholm has 29 goals, 54 points and a minus-8 rating in 70 games this season.
Lindholm scored 27 goals and 78 points last season, blowing away his previous career high of 45 points. If the NHL continues the 2019-20 regular season at some point, the 25-year-old should reach the 60-point mark for the second time in his career and hit 30 goals for the first time.
Lindholm scored a goal on four shots and was plus-2 in Wednesday's 3-2 overtime win over Columbus.
The Blue Jackets led 2-0 midway through the third period when Lindholm struck for his 29th goal of the season, the first of three unanswered goals for the Flames. The 25-year-old has racked up 56 goals in his first two seasons in Calgary after averaging 13 in his five years with the Hurricanes. Lindholm boasts a career-best shooting percentage of 17.9 and is a pretty safe bet for his first 30-goal campaign.
Lindholm registered a power-play assist in Sunday's 3-0 win over the Panthers.
Lindholm set up Johnny Gaudreau for the opening tally at 6:21 of the first period. The 25-year-old Lindholm has racked up six goals and four helpers in his last 10 outings. The Swede now has 53 points, 158 shots, 87 hits and a minus-9 rating in 67 contests. His helper Sunday was also the 200th assist of his career.
Lindholm scored an even-strength goal and added a power-play assist in Saturday's 4-3 loss to the Lightning.
The 25-year-old was in on Calgary's last two goals, but he couldn't find an equalizer in the final minutes. Lindholm put together a strong February, scoring seven goals and 14 points in 14 games, and Saturday's tally was his 28th on the season -- setting a new career high for the winger.
Lindholm managed an assist and two shots on goal in Sunday's 4-2 win over the Red Wings.
Lindholm had the only helper on Sean Monahan's tally at 8:03 of the first period. The 25-year-old Swede reached the 50-point mark with his assist (27 goals, 23 apples), doing so for the second straight year. Lindholm has added 150 shots, 17 power-play points and 84 hits in 63 contests.
Lindholm picked up an assist in Friday's 4-3 loss to the Bruins.
Lindholm saw his 10-game point streak end in Monday's win over the Ducks, but it didn't take long for the Swede to get back on the scoresheet. He set up Johnny Gaudreau's first-period tally Friday. Lindholm now has 49 points, 150 shots, 84 hits and a minus-10 rating through 62 appearances. He's got a realistic chance to top 60 points for the second straight year.
Lindholm scored a pair of goals, with one on the power play, in Saturday's 8-4 loss to the Blackhawks.
Lindholm's two goals gave him 27 for the year, matching his career-best total from last season. He's been much less of a playmaker in 2019-20, as he's added just 21 assists for 48 points through 60 contests. The Swede also has 144 shots, 82 hits and 22 PIM. His 10-game point streak has seen him tack up seven tallies and five helpers in that span.
Lindholm scored a goal and went plus-2 in Thursday's 6-0 drubbing of the Ducks.
Lindholm's opening tally at 8:15 of the first period stood as the game-winning goal. He's picked up five goals and five assists during a nine-game point streak. The Swede has 25 markers and 46 points through 59 contests.
Lindholm scored twice in Wednesday's 5-3 loss to the Kings.
Lindholm's tallies both came in the third period and both brought the Flames within a goal, but they failed to tie the game. It was the Swede's first multi-point performance during his eight-game point streak. He's up to 24 markers, 45 points, 140 shots and 76 hits in 58 contests.
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