Landeskog was out with a torso injury.
After tallying just one assist in his first three games back from injury, Landeskog finally broke out in a big way Thursday. Hopefully that effort is a sign of things to come.
Landeskog had head and neck injuries after being hit by San Jose's Brad Stuart on Jan. 26.
Stockholm-based Djurgarden says in a statement that it has reached a verbal agreement with Landeskog for the duration of the NHL lockout. Landeskog played for Djurgarden before being picked second overall in the draft last year, and the 19-year-old left winger was named Colorado's captain in September, making him the youngest player ever to lead an NHL team.
Sidney Crosby previously held the record when he was named Pittsburgh captain at the age of 19 years, 297 days.
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