Elias Lindholm

Elias Lindholm

#28C,
G
19
A
28
Pts
47
+/-
10
PPP
16
SOG
130
Bio
Height/Weight: 6' 1"/195 lbs
Born: Boden, Sweden
Draft: 2013 1st round (5th pick) by the
Shoots: R
  • Blues Have Pieces to Make a Tkachuk Trade Work
    The Hockey Writers

    Blues Have Pieces to Make a Tkachuk Trade Work

    So, at bare minimum, the Flames will have to offer Tkachuk $9 million on a one-year contract after the 2022-23 season in order to keep him around. But there’s one final hurdle for the Flames: Tkachuk will have finished seven years of NHL service time after the 2022-23 season, which will allow him to become a UFA. So he could in theory sign the qualifying offer, play one final season in Alberta, and then go wherever he wants as a UFA.

  • BenFred: If Calgary is crazy enough to trade Matthew Tkachuk, Blues should make bold offer
    St. Louis Post-Dispatch

    BenFred: If Calgary is crazy enough to trade Matthew Tkachuk, Blues should make bold offer

    The swarm of hockey enthusiasm that descended upon downtown St. Louis during January 2020, as the defending Stanley Cup champion Blues played host at a renovated Enterprise Center, was a truly unforgettable week that made it seem like nothing was going to stop the so-called heartland of hockey’s emergence as an undeniable force for years to come. The Blues had five All-Stars. including coach Craig Berube.

  • Flames 2020-21 Report Cards: Matthew Tkachuk
    The Hockey Writers

    Flames 2020-21 Report Cards: Matthew Tkachuk

    As the team struggled throughout the season, many pointed back to this incident as to why. While it is impossible to know one way or another, it certainly is possible that after many incidents over the years, Tkachuk’s act has worn thin on his teammates. Disappointing Totals Not only was Tkachuk’s season disappointing from a leadership standpoint, but he also struggled on a personal note as well.