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An intelligent, crafty and puck-distributing winger with top-six upside.


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March 2023 – After seeing a quarter of a season last year with the Kraken, Lind finds himself skating for Coachella Valley of the AHL this season, likely a victim of the NHL veteran depth Seattle filled their ranks with in the offseason He has performed admirably, going nearly a point per game, still providing some of the sandpaper he is known for, while still cutting down his PIMs. At 24, it remains to be seen how he fits into Seattle’s long term plans at the NHL level, but in the meantime, he is the second leading goal and point scorer for the Firebirds, and could see some time if injuries or roster moves warrant. Alex Wyatt
February 2022 – Lind has gotten in to four games with Seattle this year, but he has mostly plyed his trade with the AHL Checkers. He has shown a bit of a mean streak to his game not previously seen, in that he has 72 PIM in 36 games played. Going along with 25 points, well balanced between goals and assists, Lind is showing to be a decent spark plug in Charlotte, which is something the Kraken could use this year. Should they decide to move some assets at the deadline, the 23 year old could see some time in the NHL sooner rather than later. He is definitely worth keeping an eye on for that reason. Alex Wyatt

October 2021 – Lind was called up after Marcus Johansson was placed on IR. With the recently claimed Alexander Barre-Boulet likely to get lots of looks, Lind isn’t guaranteed any prime deployment, but it’s nice to see he was the first call up to the big club when a forward went down. Keep an eye on where and how Hakstol uses him as Seattle continues to find their chemistry. Alex Wyatt

October 2021 – Lind has seen four games of preseason action, but he has not factored in to any scoring while playing less than 14 minutes a night. He will likely need more time to marinate in the minors for some time before potentially becoming a producer for the Kraken. He really needs to start showing that he can become a middle-six winger in the NHL as time is running out. Alex Wyatt

July 2021 – Lind has been selected in the 2021 expansion draft and will join the Seattle Kraken organization. Dave Hall

May 2021 – Lind’s steady progress continued into his third season as a pro, despite the hurdles set out by a broken nose midway through the year. At the time of his injury, the 22-year-old was one of Uticas’ more consistent producers and was clicking at a point-per-game pace (eight points), with four of his five goals stemming from the man advantage. Given his statistical success, combined with a string of injuries among the Canucks roster, he was awarded promotion, as well as his NHL debut. While he did go pointless during his seven-game stint, the jump-up is a strong indication of where he stands going into his soon-to-be fourth-year pro. The real question lies within the expansion draft. The club will have a big decision this summer, and should they decide against protecting their 2017 second-round asset, he should fall well within the Seattle Krakens’ wheelhouse. Regardless of the outcome, his upside remains intact. Dave Hal


March 2020 – It’s been a season of rejuvenation for the second year pro. Lind leaped from disappointing AHL rookie to ending the Covid-19 shortened season with 44 points in 61 games. That mark sat well within the top-10 U22 scorers in the league. Lind didn’t his penchant for the physical side of things either. His rebound season puts him back on track to be a top-9 NHL winger who should be capable of chipping in amongst a bevy of categories. Another season in Utica is assured but he may be ready to push for call-up duties in 2020-21. Cam Robinson


October 2019 – The second-year pro burst out of the gate by recording three assists in the Utica Comets’ season-debut. It took the power winger until December 29th (Game #19) to record his third point last year. Perhaps head coach, Trent Cull’s prediction of Lind being a breakout player in the league this season is going to be accurate. Cam Robinson


March 2019 – After starting his professional career with just two assists in his first 18 games, the 20-year-old winger has three goals and 12 points in his last 25 contests. He’s found his footing after recovering from injury and finding success on an energy line in the bottom six for the Comets. As the team’s top prospect on the wing, many would like to see him deployed in a more offensive role, however, his chemistry with AHL veterans appears to have sparked his play. He’s recently been skating alongside Brendan Gaunce at even-strength. Lind will look to push further up the lineup in 2019-2020 and solidify himself as a legitimate call-up option. Cam Robinson


September 2018 – Lind was reassigned to the Utica Comets earlier this week. The 19-year-old forward had a strong prospect tournament but was outmatched during preseason action. This a point of contention as the rookie pro will need seasoning and he’ll get that on a strong Utica Comets’ team this year. Lind possesses one-shot goal-scoring ability, a knack from finding the soft areas of the ice, and a willingness to mix it up physically. His development has been steady and promising since being selected early in the second round in 2017. He’s an interesting prospect to watch. He can play both wings well and if he can find chemistry next to Elias Pettersson or Bo Horvat longterm, that will greatly help his stock. Cam Robinson


March 2018 – Lind has tied his previous career-high in points with 87 (37+50) in 17 fewer contests. The 19-year-old winger has been exemplary in his play this season, despite battling sickness (mono) and disappointment (being left off Team Canada’s WJC squad). Lind recently signed an entry-level contract with the Canucks and since it occured after the NHL trade deadline, the first year will slide until 2018-19. Due to Lind’s 1998 birthdate, he’ll be eligible to play in the American League next fall and should get a taste of action at the pro level when his season with the Rockets ends. Cam Robinson


January 2018 – Lind has been on fire of late. He’s riding a 15-game point streak to the tune of 10 goals and 28 points. This run has propelled him firmly amongst the top 20 producers in the WHL despite missing time with mononucleosis as well as his stint at Team Canada’s World Junior Selection Camp. The 19-year-old winger boasts the league’s seventh best point-per-game output as his 62 points in 40 games equates to 1.68 points-per-contest. He’s been fast, fiesty and producing during all situations. This final season of junior hockey will surely be a nice launching pad for him as he moves on to the AHL next fall. Cam Robinson


January 2018 – Lind sure didn’t enjoy being cut from Team Canada. Since his return to Kelowna from the national team selection camp, the 19-year-old winger has been on an absolute tear, scoring seven goals and 16 points in seven games to vault him back into the top 20 WHL scorers and position himself as the sixth highest point-per-game producer with 1.70. He’s been held off the scoresheet just four times in 30 contests this season and is looking like a true NHL prospect and one that fantasy owners should be keeping on their radar. Cam Robinson


December 2017 – Lind missed several games with an illness recently that was later deemed to be mononucleosis. What’s impressive is that Lind was clearly playing through the illness for sometime and hadn’t missed a beat. The 19-year-old forward was named to Team Canada’s World Junior training camp today and will push very hard for one of the final forward spots. He will be in tough though as the squad is overly deep on the right-wing with several top-end centres also vying for spots and could be shifted to that position as well. Even if Lind doesn’t crack the squad, he’s improved his stock in both the real-world and fantasy landscape with his tremendous play so far this season. Cam Robinson


November 2017 – Lind is doing everything within his power to force the Team Canada brass to slot him into the lineup for the upcoming World Junior Championships. The Saskatchewan-native currently sits tied for 11th in WHL scoring with 11 goals and 32 points in 20 contests, and was arguably the most impressive player for the WHL team in the most recent CHL-Russia Series where he was named Player of the Game in the first contest where he racked up two goals and an assist. Lind has been electric this season, adding more power and a quicker relase on his shot while cotinuing to see the ice at an elite level. The Canucks grabbed a good one early in the second round last June. Cam Robinson


October 2017 – Lind has continued his dominant start for the Rockets, piling up six goals and 13 points in just five games – good for fourth most in the WHL. The versatile forward is surely hoping to parlay this blistering play into serious consideration for Team Canada’s national squad this holiday season. He’s certainly rewarding the Canucks for selecting him at the top of the second-round and making some teams reconsider passing on him in the first. Cam Robinson


September 2017 – Lind was returned to the Kelowna Rockets last week after getting his feet wet at his first professional training camp. The jack-of-all-trades forward looks even more confident in his third WHL campaign as he currently leads the league in points with eight in just three contests. He was recently named the CHL player of the week. A great start to a big season for the 18-year-old. Cam Robinson


June 2017 – The Canucks selected the playmaking right winger with the 33rd overall selection in the 2017 entry draft. Known for his terrific vision, Lind is a hard-nosed player who battles for position and drives hard into scoring areas. He owns a solid release, which helped him accrue 30 goals in 70 contests for the Kelowna Rockets in 2016-17. While his skating isn’t top-end, he does possess good acceleration and sharp edgework. Cam Robinson


June 2017 – An effective puck-distributor, the Kelowna Rocket has displayed terrific development in his two WHL campaigns. He owns good hockey sense, vision and can surprise with a big hit from time to time despite him not being the biggest player. Adding more strength and improving his defensive zone play will be needed before making the transition to the professional ranks but he is a player with a high offensive ceiling. Cam Robinson

Fantasy Upside 7.5
NHL Certainty 8.5
Country CAN
Position RW
Roster Type Minors
Shoot/Glove Right
Date of Birth October 16, 1998
Height 6‘1”
Weight 185 lbs
Drafted 2017 Round 2; Overall: 33


 Season Team League GP G A TP PIM      Playoffs GP G A TP PIM 
 2011-2012 Swift Current Broncos U15 AASAAHL U1524 14 1832 22|Playoffs2 0 11
 2012-2013 Swift Current Broncos U15 AASAAHL U1520 22 2446 30|Playoffs5 9 211
  Swift Current Legionnaires U18SMAAAHL4 3 03 4|        
 2013-2014 Team Saskatchewan WCCC-164 0 00 4|        
  Saskatoon Contacts U18 AAASMAAAHL44 21 1637 38|Playoffs3 0 22
 2014-2015 Saskatoon Contacts U18 AAASMAAAHL44 45 3479 54|Playoffs5 4 26 14 
  Kelowna RocketsWHL6 0 11 4|Playoffs7 0 33
 2015-2016 Kelowna RocketsWHL70 14 2741 54|Playoffs16 0 00 12 
 2016-2017 Kelowna RocketsWHL70 30 5787 79|Playoffs17 6 612 10 
 2017-2018 Kelowna RocketsWHL58 39 5695 65|Playoffs4 3 58
  Utica CometsAHL6 0 11 2|        
  WHL All-StarsJr Super Series2 2 13 0|        
 2018-2019 Utica CometsAHL51 5 1217 20|        
 2019-2020 Utica CometsAHL61 14 3044 64|        
 2020-2021 Vancouver CanucksNHL7 0 00 0|        
  Utica CometsAHL8 5 38 8|        
 2021-2022 Seattle KrakenNHL23 2 68 12|        
  Charlotte CheckersAHL46 17 1835 106|        
 2022-2023 Coachella Valley FirebirdsAHL72 30 3262 91|Playoffs26 9 2231 16 
 2023-2024 Seattle KrakenNHL1 0 00 0|        
  Coachella Valley FirebirdsAHL69 17 4865 65|Playoffs7 3 25