The Score "Anders Lindback's season appears to be over. The Arizona Coyotes goaltender is out indefinitely due to an Achilles injury, and general manager Don Maloney told reporters it's fair to say Lindback will miss the rest of the season, according to Arizona Sports 98.7 FM's Craig Morgan. Lindback..." February 16
Pro Hockey Talk "Even after losing the 2015 draft lottery, Buffalo will still be able to add top-tier prospect Jack Eichel to its already impressive crop of young players and prospects. So there’s reason to be optimistic about the Sabres going forward, but one area that they still have to address is their..." April 29
Tampa Bay Times "Lightning general manager Steve Yzerman said Friday he's had "really good discussions" with Ryan Callahan's camp and is still hopeful to sign the veteran forward before he becomes an unrestricted free agent July 1. "We still have some time," Yzerman said. "We'd really like to keep Ryan in the..." June 21
Tampa Tribune "An important date on a calendar often finds a red circle surrounding the day. For a player traded from one team to another, the first meeting with the former team tends to end up with red ink around it. Even if that date is more than a year later. That day for Anders Lindback comes tonight,..." December 19
Lightning G Ben Bishop was injured during morning skate, was struck high with a puck. Lindback will start in his place tonight vs Phi.
Lindback first off the ice for Lightning at morning skate at Boston.
Tampa Tribune "The dark, dreary cloud hanging over the Lightning these days followed the team to Ottawa, where the gray clouds welcomed the team to Canada's capital city on Thursday. It seemed only fitting for a Tampa Bay team suddenly besieged by injuries to have such a shadow cast. Goaltender Anders..." March 23
Tampa Tribune "As Shawn Matthias darted through a pair of Lightning defenders, the Florida forward took a pass on his stick and skated in alone for a breakaway on Tampa Bay goaltender Anders Lindback. A fragile Lightning team was holding onto a one-goal lead late Tuesday when Matthias broke into the Tampa Bay..." March 14
Tampa Bay Times "There were 3 minutes, 40 seconds left in Tuesday night's game when goaltender Anders Lindback faced his moment of truth. Tampa Bay was clinging to a one-goal lead and Panthers center Shawn Matthias was in alone on a breakaway, the kind of situation a presumptive No. 1 should handle. Matthias..." March 13
Tampa Tribune "Ask around the league and you might be hard pressed to find someone who doesn't believe Anders Lindback will be a top goalie. He's just not there yet. And really, that shouldn't be unexpected. There is little doubt Lindback has let in some goals he would like to have back, and getting beat..." March 10