After appearing in 23 games during the 2017-18 season and totaling just six points (2G-4A), Oskar Lindblom was aiming to take the next step entering training camp. Lindblom, a former fifth round pick, delivered on his goal and elevated his game during his sophomore season. After an up-and-down start to the 2018-19 campaign, Lindblom finished strong, registering 22 points in the Flyers final 40 games of the year for a grand total of 33 points (17G-16A).
Lindblom proved his versatility and resiliency throughout the season. The 22-year-old spent time on the third and fourth lines before emerging as a top-six left winger, traditionally skating with Sean Couturier and Jake Voracek. This summer, Oskar Lindblom will skate with teammate Robert Hagg as the Philly duo represents their home country of Sweden in the 2019 IIHF World Championships.
Video: Bundy and Oskar recap his season
Check out some of Oskar Lindblom's more memorable moments of the season.
First of many!
Oskar Lindblom opened the floodgates in Vegas, scoring the Flyers first goal of the season as the club defeated the Golden Knights 5-2.
Video: PHI@VGK: Lindblom dekes Fleury, scores off defender
A backhander that goes top shelf. That's it. That's the description.
Video: CAR@PHI: Lindblom beats McElhinney with nifty deke
Oskar did some of his best work in close quarters this season, beating goaltenders with stellar puck handling.
Video: PHI@STL: Lindblom slips puck home from in tight
Lending A Hand
How do you like these apples?
Video: PHI@SJS: Voracek finishes Lindblom's great feed
Video: PHI@ANA: Patrick quickly restores lead for Flyers
Video: EDM@PHI: Konecny buries Lindblom's nice feed for PPG
After an emotional home-and-home series with the Detroit Red Wings, Oskar Lindblom was rewarded with the Helmet. Check out his reaction.