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Canadiens' Gustav Lindstrom: Points in two straight
Lindstrom had an assist, one shot on goal and two blocked shots over 12:06 of ice time in Thursday's 6-5 loss to Vegas.
Lindstrom remained in the lineup as Jordan Harris (upper body) was unavailable again, and the fill-in blueliner recorded a second point in as many games. He scored Montreal's lone goal in Tuesday's 2-1 loss to Calgary.... See More ... See Less
Canadiens' Gustav Lindstrom: Fills in, scores
Lindstrom scored a goal on two shots in Tuesday's 2-1 loss to the Flames. He added two blocked shots and one hit to his line over 10:19 of ice time.
The hockey gods shone on Lindstrom whose shot was going wide but caromed off Rasmus Andersson into the net. Lindstrom, who was called up from AHL Laval earlier this week and has played three games for Montreal this season, filled in for an ailing Jordan Harris (upper body). The 25-year-old Lindstrom has over 100 games of NHL experience, making him an ideal candidate for the Laval-to-Montreal shuttle when injuries strike.... See More ... See Less
Canadiens' Gustav Lindstrom: Recalled from minors
Lindstrom was recalled from AHL Laval on Sunday, per the NHL media site.
Lindstrom has posted three blocked shots and one shot on goal in two appearances with the Canadiens this season. If Jordan Harris (upper body) can't play Sunday against Vancouver, Lindstrom will be in the lineup.... See More ... See Less
Canadiens' Gustav Lindstrom: Sent to AHL
Lindstrom was reassigned to AHL Laval on Saturday.
Lindstrom drew into two games with the Canadiens during his NHL stint, recording a shot and three blocks while averaging 11:51 of ice time in that span. He also has no points in four contests with Laval in 2023-24.... See More ... See Less
Canadiens' Gustav Lindstrom: Makes Montreal debut
Lindstrom had one shot and blocked two shots over 11:47 of ice time in Tuesday's 5-2 loss to the Devils.
Lindstrom was called up from AHL Laval and made his Canadiens' debut. Montreal is dealing with injuries on the blue line -- Kaiden Guhle (upper body) is day-to-day while both Chris Wideman (back) and David Savard (hand) are longer term on injured reserve -- which gave Lindstrom a chance to get back to the NHL. He played 128 games with the Red Wings over the last four seasons.... See More ... See Less
Canadiens' Gustav Lindstrom: Brought up from AHL
Lindstrom was summoned from AHL Laval on an emergency basis Tuesday.
Lindstrom will probably make his Montreal debut Tuesday against New Jersey due to injuries to David Savard (upper body) and Kaiden Guhle (upper body). The 25-year-old Lindstrom compiled eight points, 34 blocked shots and 39 hits in 36 games for Detroit last season.... See More ... See Less
Canadiens' Gustav Lindstrom: Lands on waivers
Lindstrom was placed on waivers by the Canadiens on Sunday.
Lindstrom joined Montreal in the offseason in a trade that sent Jeff Petry to Detroit. The 24-year-old defenseman will open the year with AHL Laval if he clears waivers. Lindstrom had a goal and eight points in 36 games last season with the Red Wings.... See More ... See Less
Canadiens' Gustav Lindstrom: Good to play Saturday
Lindstrom (upper body) is expected to draw into the lineup for Saturday's preseason game against Ottawa.
Lindstrom is projected to play on the top pairing alongside Mike Matheson on Saturday. Lindstrom had a goal and eight points in 36 games with Detroit last season.... See More ... See Less
Canadiens' Gustav Lindstrom: Day-to-day
Lindstrom didn't practice Monday and is listed as day-to-day with an upper-body injury.
Per Renaud Lavoie of TVA Sports, Lindstrom should be available for Opening Night on Oct. 11 against Toronto. Even if the 24-year-old Lindstrom is ready for Montreal's season opener, he is slated to serve as an extra defender going into the 2023-24 campaign.... See More ... See Less
Canadiens' Gustav Lindstrom: Traded to Montreal
Montreal obtained Lindstrom and a conditional 2025 fourth-round pick from Detroit on Tuesday in exchange for Jeff Petry.
In 36 appearances with the Red Wings last season, Lindstrom earned one goal, seven assists, 34 blocked shots and 39 hits. The 24-year-old defender could end up spending most of the year as a depth option for the Canadiens, and he'll consequently need to compete for playing time.... See More ... See Less
Red Wings' Gustav Lindstrom: Secures one-year deal
Lindstrom inked a one-year, $950,000 contract with Detroit on Saturday.
Lindstrom logged just 36 games with the Red Wings last season, spending most of the season as a healthy scratch as the team's seventh defenseman. When he did get into the lineup, the Swede registered one goal, seven assists and 18 shots while averaging just 14:10 of ice time. Lindstrom is unlikely to see significantly more minutes this season, making him a relative non-factor in fantasy contests.... See More ... See Less
Gustav Lindstrom: Hitting open market
Lindstrom was not qualified by Detroit on Friday, making him an unrestricted free agent, Max Bultman of The Athletic reports.
Lindstrom averaged 14:10 of ice time with eight points in 36 games with the Red Wings last season. He has 128 career NHL games under his belt and could provide some depth on the blue line elsewhere.... See More ... See Less
Red Wings' Gustav Lindstrom: Back at it Saturday
Lindstrom is in the lineup for Saturday afternoon's game against the Flyers.
Lindstrom gets the nod over Simon Edvinsson, who takes a breather after scoring his first career goal Thursday against the Blues. The former has played part-time in the NHL this season, adding a goal and six assists through 30 contests.... See More ... See Less
Red Wings' Gustav Lindstrom: Playing Tuesday
Lindstrom (undisclosed) will suit up for Tuesday's game versus the Blues.
Lindstrom and Simon Edvinsson (lower body) were both deemed game-time decisions, and it looks like Lindstrom is ready to go. Expect him to play in a third-pairing role alongside Robert Hagg.... See More ... See Less
Red Wings' Gustav Lindstrom: Ruled out versus Panthers
Lindstrom (undisclosed) will be sidelined against Florida on Monday, Max Bultman of The Athletic reports.
Lindstrom is still considered day-to-day and hasn't been ruled out versus St. Louis on Tuesday. With Lindstrom sidelined, Simon Edvinsson will play in his second game this season after having registered one shot, one hit and two PIM in 15:34 of ice time. For his part, the 24-year-old Lindstrom is far from a lock for the lineup on a nightly basis and could periodically find himself as a healthy scratch.... See More ... See Less
Red Wings' Gustav Lindstrom: Not playing Saturday
Lindstrom (undisclosed) will not play versus Colorado on Saturday, Helene St. James of the Detroit Free Press reports.
Lindstrom left practice early Friday and did not partake in warmups Saturday. The defenseman will be replaced by rookie Simon Edvinsson, who will make his NHL debut. Lindstrom has a goal and five assists in 29 games this season. Consider him day-to-day.... See More ... See Less
Red Wings' Gustav Lindstrom: Leaves practice early Friday
Lindstrom has an undisclosed injury and left practice early Friday, Ansar Khan of MLive.com reports.
Lindstrom has a goal and six points in 29 games this season. The defenseman should be considered day-to-day at this time.... See More ... See Less
Red Wings' Gustav Lindstrom: Doubles season point total
Lindstrom scored a goal on three shots, added an assist, went plus-2 and logged two blocked shots in Monday's 6-1 win over the Canucks.
Lindstrom's pair of points came in the third period and helped the Red Wings solidify their lead. This was the defenseman's fifth game since the start of January -- he's more frequently been a healthy scratch, but he replaced Jordan Oesterle in the lineup for this contest. Lindstrom has a goal, three helpers, 15 shots on net, 28 hits, 18 blocked shots and a minus-8 rating through 22 contests, and his lack of an everyday role means fantasy managers can leave him on the waiver wire.... See More ... See Less
Red Wings' Gustav Lindstrom: Continues to spectate
Lindstrom was scratched from Wednesday's 5-1 loss to the Devils, marking his seventh-straight game watching form the press box.
There's no word of an injury to Lindstrom, and it appears the Wings are simply more comfortable rounding out the third defensive pair with Olli Maatta and Jordan Oesterle. Lindstrom -- whom the Wings selected in the second round (No. 38 overall) of the 2017 draft -- certainly would benefit from more NHL experience, as he's only drawn into 109 career contests between parts of four seasons.... See More ... See Less
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