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Ducks say Hampus Lindholm might miss rest of season

The medical news was bad for the Ducks before they took the ice to face the Sharks on Monday night at SAP Center in San Jose. General Manager Bob Murray revealed defenseman Hampus Lindholm probably will be sidelined for the rest of the season because of a fractured wrist. “If...
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Ducks, without Hampus Lindholm, look defenseless

If you want to know where it all started to go haywire for the Ducks, it’s best to circle the date of Feb. 27 in red ink. That’s when defenseman Hampus Lindholm fractured his wrist during a game against the Vegas Golden Knights and departed the lineup. The Ducks are...
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Hampus Lindholm out six weeks with fractured wrist

If the Anaheim Ducks had any intention of trading defenseman Hampus Lindholm before this season’s deadline, that is now unlikely to happen. The team has announced that Lindholm suffered a fractured left wrist on Saturday against the Vegas Golden Knights and has been placed on the injured reserve. The good news is that Lindholm is expected to make a full recovery and will return to action before the end of the regular season, barring any setbacks. The bad news is that he will not be evaluated for a possible return for approximately six weeks, at which point the trade deadline will have already expired.
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Ducks defenseman Hampus Lindholm out 6 weeks with fractured wrist

The hits keep coming for the reeling Ducks, who are 0-6-2 in their past eight games and have dropped into last place in the West Division. The Ducks learned Thursday that defenseman Hampus Lindholm fractured his left wrist in Saturday’s overtime loss to the Vegas Golden Knights at Honda Center and will be sidelined for approximately six weeks. Tests revealed the extent of the injury Thursday.
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Ducks' Hampus Lindholm: Remains sidelined

Lindholm (undisclosed) won't play Wednesday against St. Louis, Elliott Teaford of The Orange County Register reports. Lindholm will miss a second straight game with his undisclosed issue. Josh Maura will likely continue to hold onto a spot in the lineup until Lindholm is ready to return.
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Hampus Lindholm out six weeks, Brendan Guhle clears waivers

There were notable updates regarding two of the Anaheim Ducks’ defensemen yesterday. First, Hampus Lindholm will be out six weeks with a fractured wrist. Lindholm has averaged more ice time at even strength than any other player on the Ducks and had two goals and six points in 18 games to start the season. If there was any hope for the season and any hesitancy to be a seller at the deadline, Lindholm’s injury should seal the deal.
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Ducks' Hampus Lindholm: Can't play Monday

Lindholm (undisclosed) won't play in Monday's game versus the Blues. Lindholm missed three games with a lower-body injury before returning for Saturday's loss to the Golden Knights. Head coach Dallas Eakins didn't reveal why Lindholm is unavailable, so it's unclear if this injury is related. Josh Mahura will re-enter the lineup in Lindholm's place.
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Ducks' Hampus Lindholm: Lifted from IR

Lindholm (lower body) was activated from injured reserve Saturday, per CapFriendly. This is a strong indication that Lindholm will return to the lineup versus the Golden Knights. He's missed three contests with the injury. Should he be in the lineup, he'll likely take on a top-four role and could also earn some power-play time.
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Ducks' Hampus Lindholm: Takes part in Friday's practice

Lindholm (lower body) practiced without limitations Friday, Elliott Teaford of The Orange County Register reports. Barring any setbacks, Lindholm stands a good chance to return to action in Saturday's game versus the Golden Knights. The 27-year-old will first need to be activated from injured reserve. Once he's given the green light, he should handle a significant role on the blue line, as he averaged 22:16 of ice time per game through the first 17 contests, adding six points in the process.