Elias Lindholm Stats
- Height / Weight
- 73 / 202 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 12/2/1994 (28)
Elias Lindholm Last 10 Games
Elias Lindholm News
Calgary Flames center Elias Lindholm had a three-point night against San Jose on Sunday, finishing a 5-2 victory with two goals and an assist. He grabbed a record from the contest as well, posting the fastest two goals to open a period by a player in franchise history. After setting Milan Lucic up for a goal in the second period, Lindholm potted a power-play goal 16 seconds into the third and grabbed his second marker with just 35 seconds played. The 28-year-old has now gone off for five points in two games, upping his total for the season to 28 points. Lindholm has benefited from a slight line shakeup, with Dillon Dube having replaced Jonathan Huberdeau on his left hand. The move has also boosted Dube's production, as he has collected three points in the past two games.
Calgary Flames center Elias Lindholm collected two assists in Friday's 5-2 loss to St. Louis. He combined with Dillon Dube twice to help Connor Mackey get his first goals of the season. Despite the good work, Lindholm was minus-one for the contest in 18:46 of action. He added four shots and one hit to his line. It's been a tough year for Lindholm and the team so far, and the 28-year-old can't be happy sitting on 25 points through 30 games after being a point-per-game player last term. There's still time to turn the season around, but the rest of the crew needs to step up as well.
Calgary Flames center Elias Lindholm (upper body) looks ready to return to the lineup Wednesday against the Canucks. He sat out Monday's 2-1 loss to Montreal with an upper-body injury, but it appears that it wasn't a serious ailment, as Lindholm joined the team for Wednesday's morning skate. He took his regular spot on the first line. Lindholm recently had a three-game goal streak, and his form has noticeably improved in recent weeks, with him following up a five-game scoring drought with a run of seven points in six games. He's on 23 points for the whole campaign in 28 games. Lindholm's scoring rate has dropped significantly compared to last season, but he has still been Calgary's top scorer.
Calgary Flames center Elias Lindholm continued his recent hot streak with a three-point effort in Monday's 6-5 win over the Kings. He scored a power-play goal early in the second period to make it 5-2 and picked up two assists. Lindholm had an awfully slow start to the season, but he has now registered 10 points in eight November outings, with half of them coming in his past two appearances. The whole top line has started to work well, with Adam Ruzicka scoring in a second consecutive game Monday and Tyler Toffoli also racking up three points. Lindholm, who boasts 13 points for the whole campaign, will hope to maintain his red-hot form Thursday versus Tampa Bay.