Hampus Lindholm

Hampus Lindholm

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Bio
Height/Weight: 6' 3"/208 lbs
Born: Helsingborg, Sweden
Draft: 2012 1st round (6th pick) by the
Shoots: L
  • The Canadian Press

    Anaheim hosts Los Angeles after overtime win

    Los Angeles Kings (10-8-6, sixth in the West Division) vs. Anaheim Ducks (8-12-6, seventh in the West Division) Anaheim, California; Wednesday, 9:30 p.m. EST BOTTOM LINE: Anaheim hosts the Los Angeles Kings after the Ducks beat Los Angeles 6-5 in overtime. The Ducks are 8-12-6 against the rest of their division. Anaheim is the last team in the NHL averaging just 3.5 assists per game. Rickard Rakell leads the team with 12 total assists. The Kings are 10-8-6 against the rest of their division. Los Angeles has given up 13 power-play goals, killing 82.2% of opponent chances. The teams meet for the second game in a row. TOP PERFORMERS: Maxime Comtois leads the Ducks with a plus-six in 25 games this season. Rakell has five goals over the last 10 games for Anaheim. Anze Kopitar leads the Kings with 22 total assists and has 28 points. Dustin Brown has six goals over the last 10 games for Los Angeles. LAST 10 GAMES: Ducks: 2-5-3, averaging 2.9 goals, 4.7 assists, 3.9 penalties and 8.4 penalty minutes while giving up 3.7 goals per game with an .870 save percentage. Kings: 5-2-3, averaging 2.8 goals, 4.5 assists, 2.7 penalties and 5.4 penalty minutes while allowing 2.7 goals per game with a .904 save percentage. INJURIES: Ducks: Hampus Lindholm: out (upper body). Kings: Jaret Anderson-Dolan: out (upper body). ___ The Associated Press created this story using technology provided by Data Skrive and data from Sportradar. The Associated Press

  • Henrique, Rakell propel Ducks to 6-5 win over Kings in OT
    The Canadian Press

    Henrique, Rakell propel Ducks to 6-5 win over Kings in OT

    ANAHEIM, Calif. — Adam Henrique scored three minutes into overtime, Rickard Rakell became the fourth Anaheim player in 10 years to have three or more points in consecutive games and the Ducks defeated the Los Angeles Kings 6-5 on Monday night in this season's second installment of the Freeway Face-Off. Henrique took a pass from Trevor Zegras and put the puck past Cal Petersen inside the near post to give the Ducks consecutive wins for only the second time this season. Rakell had two goals and an assist. The Swedish forward has a point in six straight games, with five goals and seven assists. Rakell gave the Ducks a 2-1 lead late in the first period when he put a wrist shot top corner inside the near post. He extended Anaheim's lead to 5-3 late in the second with a backhand after taking a great spinorama pass from Max Comtois, who had three assists. Kevin Shattenkirk, Ben Hutton and Jakob Silfverberg also scored for the Ducks, who were involved in their 19th one-goal game this season. John Gibson stopped 21 shots. Adrian Kempe had his second NHL hat trick for Los Angeles. His redirect in front with 2:32 remaining in the third period sent the game to overtime. Kempe tied it at 1 midway through the first period after taking a centring pass behind the net from Blake Lizotte. Kempe added a power-play goal with 3:32 remaining in the second to bring the Kings to 4-3. Dustin Brown and Andreas Athanasiou also scored for the Kings, and Petersen made 19 saves. Anze Kopitar and Drew Doughty each had two assists. BETTER LATE THAN NEVER Shattenkirk opened the scoring 2:45 in with a wrist shot inside the far post. The defenceman didn’t have a goal in his first 24 games this season but has now scored in two straight. JOIN THE CLUB Rakell joined Saku Koivu (2012), Ondrej Kase (2018) and Troy Terry (2019) as Anaheim players with three or more points in consecutive games over the past 10 years. INJURY REPORT Anaheim right wing Troy Terry (upper body) and defenceman Josh Manson (lower body) were injured during the game and did not return. Los Angeles goaltender Jonathan Quick was scratched from the lineup with an upper-body injury after not taking part in the morning skate. Kings coach Todd McLellan said Quick is day to day and the injury happened late in Saturday's 4-3 overtime win over the St. Louis Blues. UP NEXT The teams meet again Wednesday night in Anaheim. Then the Ducks and Kings won't face each other until April 20, when they will play five times in 11 days. ___ More AP NHL: https://apnews.com/hub/NHL and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports Joe Reedy, The Associated Press

  • Elliott: Ducks GM Bob Murray still has total confidence in coach Dallas Eakins
    LA Times

    Elliott: Ducks GM Bob Murray still has total confidence in coach Dallas Eakins

    The Ducks are currently in last place in the Western Division, however, GM Bob Murray still has confidence in coach Dallas Eakins.