Technically solid goalie prospect with great pedigree and decent size.
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March 2020 – As a 19-year-old, the Rangers’ second-round draft-pick from 2018 played somewhat of a 1B role for Mora of the Allsvenskan league in Sweden. On a middle-of-the-pack team, Lindbom posted sub-par numbers, however, not all that much worse than the team’s 22-year-old starter Isak Wallin. The next step for him will be to take on a larger role with the team next year and be the catalyst to get them into Allsvenskan playoffs. He remains a long-term project with Shesterkin-like upside, however, that is undoubtedly at least four years away. Brayden Olafson
August 2019 – The 39th overall draft-pick from the 2018 NHL draft struggled with relatively severe concussion symptoms over the course of his D+1 campaign. Playing in only eight contests over the course of thee year with the SuperElit’s Djurgardens, Lindbom’s future has become even more clouded with uncertainty than the day he was drafted by the Rangers. He’ll begin the 2019-20 campaign on Mora IK’s Allsvenskan roster and likely remain overseas while the Rangers’ organization continues to put a strong focus on developing their intra-continental goaltending prospects. Brayden Olafson
June 2018 – The Rangers add yet another goalie to their depth chart with Lindbom. The Swedish goaltender was named the best at his position at the World U18s where the Swedes defeated the Czech Republic for bronze. Brayden Olafson