Round 3
Stanley Cup Final
Joakim Lindstrom

Joakim Lindstrom  #15

NUMBER: 15 BIRTHDATE: December 5, 1983  (AGE 31)
HEIGHT: 6' 0" BIRTHPLACE: Skellefteå, Sweden
WEIGHT: 187 DRAFTED: CBJ / 2002 NHL Entry Draft
Shoots: Left ROUND: 2nd   (41st overall)
2014-15: Acquired from St. Louis along with 2016 conditional sixth round draft pick in exchange for Olli Jokinen. Collected six points (three goals, three assists) and eight penalty minutes in 34 games with St. Louis. Registered career-high three assists on December 6 at New York (I). Made Leaf debut on Mar. 3 at Florida. Registered first point as a Maple Leaf (assist) on Mar. 11 vs. Buffalo. Scored first goal as a Maple Leaf vs. Ottawa on Mar. 21. Has three points over last nine games. Season Stats (as a Maple Leaf): Home: 9 GP, 0-3-3 Road: 9 GP, 1-0-1 Career as a Maple Leaf: 18 GP, 1-3-4 Career Highs (single game) Goals - 2 (3X - 11/11/14 vs. BUF) Assists - 3 (12/06/14 at NYI) Points - 3 (12/06/14 at NYI) Career Notables: 2007-08: Named AHL all-star 2010-11: Led Swedish Hockey League (SHL) in points (60) and powerplay goals (15) 2011,2012: Won SHL silver medal 2013, 2014: Won SHL gold medal 2013-14: Named SHL MVP (regular season & playoffs)...won bronze medal with Sweden at World Championships
Traded to Anaheim by Columbus for Anaheim's 4th round choice (Mathieu Corbeil-Theriault) in 2010 Entry Draft, July 14, 2008. Claimed on waivers by Chicago from Anaheim, October 3, 2008. Claimed on waivers by Anaheim from Chicago, October 7, 2008. Traded to Phoenix by Anaheim for Logan Stephenson, December 3, 2008. Signed as a free agent by Nizhny Novgorod (KHL). June 30, 2009. Signed as a free agent by Skelleftea (Sweden), May 18, 2010. Signed as a free agent by Colorado, June 16, 2011. Signed as a free agent by Skelleftea (Sweden), December 2, 2011. Signed as a free agent by St. Louis, May 27, 2014
Quote of the Day

I don’t know if it was more relief for me that [Stamkos] scored or the power play scored. It was a whole compilation of Alka Seltzer.

— Lightning coach Jon Cooper after Steven Stamkos broke a long scoring drought and Tampa Bay's struggling power play scored four times in Game 2 at Montreal