|Date||Game||Time / Result||Action|
|04/07||Minnesota Wild vs Vancouver Canucks||Canucks W 5–0||Box Score | Recap|
|04/08||San Jose Sharks vs Arizona Coyotes||Coyotes W 4–3||Box Score | Recap|
|04/09||Anaheim Ducks vs Los Angeles Kings||Ducks W 3–1||Box Score | Recap|
|04/09||Nashville Predators vs St. Louis Blues||Blues W 2–0||Box Score | Recap|
|04/10||Pittsburgh Penguins vs Winnipeg Jets||Penguins W 5–2||Box Score | Recap|
* All games are subject to local blackouts
The Anaheim Ducks signed holdout Hampus Lindholm to a six-year, $31.5 million contract through the 2021-22 season on Thursday, ending a stalemate with their talented Swedish defenseman. The 22-year-old Lindholm scored 92 points in 236 games over the past three seasons, developing into one of the NHL's top young blueliners with a fluid two-way game. ''I'm really happy to be back in Anaheim,'' Lindholm said in a phone interview from Sweden.