Peter Holland
HEIGHT: 6' 2"
BIRTHDATE: 01/14/1991
AGE: 25
DRAFTED: ANA: 2009-15 overall
Traded to Toronto by Anaheim with Brad Staubitz for Jesse Blacker, Toronto's 2nd round choice (Marcus Pettersson) in 2014 Entry Draft and Anaheim's 7th round choice (previously acquired, Anaheim selected Ondrej Kase) in 2014 Entry Draft, November 16, 2013.
Appeared in his second NHL season with Anaheim in 2012-13, collecting 3-2=5 points with a +4 rating in 21 games…recorded his first career NHL assist, Mar. 14 @ DAL…netted his first career NHL PPG and second career NHL goal, Feb. 18 vs. CBJ…after beginning the NHL season with the Ducks, was reassigned to Norfolk on Jan. 27, Feb. 26 and Apr. 1…was recalled on Feb. 13 and Mar. 5…following Norfolk’s season, was recalled by Anaheim on Apr. 27 but did not appear in the Stanley Cup Playoffs…played 45 games with Norfolk, scoring 19-20=39 points with 68 PIM…among team leaders, ranked second in goals, third in scoring and tied for third in assists…was named to the 2013 AHL Eastern Conference All-Star team but did not play in the AHL All-Star Classic due to his NHL recall…scored his first career AHL hat trick (3-0=3), Mar. 1 vs. Charlotte…appeared in his first NHL season with Anaheim in 2011-12, scoring one goal (1-0=1) with two PIM in four games…made his NHL debut on Nov. 5 @ DET, going scoreless in 11:06 TOI…his first career NHL goal (Luongo) marked the GWG in a 4-3 win, Nov. 11 vs. VAN…was recalled from Syracuse (AHL) on Nov. 5 and reassigned on Nov. 14…appeared in 71 games with Syracuse, scoring 23-37=60 points with a +8 rating and 59 PIM…ranked fourth among AHL rookies in scoring and tied for sixth in goals and assists…among team leaders, ranked second in scoring, assists and PPG (9), and third in goals…was named the AHL Rookie of the Month for March after collecting 4-14=18 points with a +12 rating in 15 games…appeared in his fourth OHL season with Guelph in 2010-11, collecting 37-51=88 points with 57 PIM in 67 games…ranked second on the Storm in goals PPG (15), and third in points and assists…finished tied for second among team leaders in points-per-game (1.31)…among OHL leaders, ranked tied for 10th in scoring and tied for sixth in PPG…also appeared in six OHL Playoff games, earning 3-6=9 points with four PIM…following Guelph’s season, joined Syracuse for a season-ending three-game stint in April…scored 3-3=6 points in his AHL debut, collecting points in all three games…made his professional debut on Apr. 7 vs. Norfolk, recording 1-2=3 points in a 5-3 victory…registered his first professional multi-goal game (2-0=2) in a 4-1 win, Apr. 10 @ Hershey…appeared in his third OHL season with Guelph (OHL) in 2009-10…scored 30-50=80 points with 40 PIM in 59 games, ranking second among team leaders in points and assists…also finished tied for 15th in OHL scoring…ranked second on the Storm in postseason scoring, earning 5-3=8 points in five games…in 2008-09, appeared in his second season with Guelph...finished second on the club in scoring (28-39=67) and played in all 68 regular season contests…was the club’s leading goal scorer in the playoffs, tallying 4-0=4 points in four contests…represented the Storm in the 2009 OHL All-Star Classic…also represented fourth-place Team Canada at the 2009 IIHF Under-18 World Championship held in Fargo, ND and Moorhead, MN…earned 1-4=5 points in the tournament…was selected to play in the 2009 CHL Top Prospects Game…in his first season with Guelph in 2007-08, was named the team’s Rookie of the Year…represented Ontario at the World Under-17 Hockey Challenge in London, capturing the gold medal.