Hampus Lindholm Stats
- Height / Weight
- 76 / 215 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 1/20/1994 (29)
Hampus Lindholm Last 10 Games
Hampus Lindholm News
Boston Bruins defenseman Hampus Lindholm set up two goals in Wednesday's 3-1 win over New Jersey, logging the primary assists on goals from Trent Frederic and Patrice Bergeron. The latter netted the game-winner on the power play with 4:09 left in regulation. Lindholm also blocked three shots in the game and had one hit and two shots with a plus-one rating in 22:24 of ice time. The 28-year-old is having a superb campaign in his first full season in Boston, boasting 27 points through 35 games with 75 shots, 38 hits, 47 blocks, and a league-best plus-28 rating.
Boston Bruins defenseman Hampus Lindholm set up three goals in Sunday's 5-2 win over Vancouver, moving to 13 assists for the season. One of his helpers came on the power play. Lindholm is having himself quite a month, with 10 of his 17 points coming in seven November appearances. He has logged major minutes throughout the season and hasn't missed a beat even with Charlie McAvoy back in the fold. The latter grabbed one assist Sunday and sits on two points through his first three games of the season. The Bruins are dominating teams left, right and center, and Lindholm really should be rostered in every league by now.
Boston Bruins defenseman Hampus Lindholm (upper body) will be back in the lineup for Thursday's Game 6 against Carolina. The 28-year-old Swede will replace Matt Grzelcyk, who is banged up and the team wants to give him a bit of time to recover. Lindholm was knocked out of action in Game 2. He'll go back on the first defensive pairing to skate with Charlie McAvoy, who returned from COVID-19 protocols in Game 5. Boston faces elimination in the game, so we can expect the top defensemen to log a lot of minutes unless the Bruins somehow turn this into a blowout.
Boston Bruins defensemen Charlie McAvoy and Hampus Lindholm (upper body) will remain unavailable for Tuesday's Game 5 against Carolina. Both players missed Sunday's Game 4, and Lindholm has been out of commission since getting hurt in the second game of the series. It's a massive blow for the team, although Boston did manage to win on Sunday without the pair. The minutes were shared pretty evenly on the blue line, and we should see something similar on Tuesday. Matt Grzelcyk looks like the most attractive Bruins defenseman for DFS action, as he's jumped to the first power-play unit.