• Leafs' Holland Set To Return

    News: Peter Holland (lower body) is slated to play Sunday against the Sens, David Alter of MapleLeafs.com reports.
    Analysis: Peter Holland, who last suited up back on March 13, returns to the Leafs' lineup with 11 goals and 23 points in 59 games, to go along with minus-1 rating.
  • Leafs' Holland Ruled Out For Saturday

    News: Peter Holland (lower body) will not play Saturday against the Senators, Rob Longley of the Toronto Sun reports.
    Analysis: With the Leafs kicking off a back-to-back set Saturday, it appears coach Peter Horachek simply didn't want to have Peter Holland play two consecutive games immediately upon returning from injury. Instead, Holland's return to action will likely come Sunday versus Ottawa, assuming the center suffers no setbacks in his recovery overnight.
  • Leafs' Holland Still Targeting Weekend

    News: Peter Holland (lower body) is joining his teammates for a full practice Friday, and still hopes to return to games this weekend, TSN's Jonas Siegel reports.
    Analysis: Toronto faces the Bruins on Saturday and the Senators on Sunday, providing Peter Holland with two opportunities to get back on the ice. Given that he's logging a full practice Friday, Holland seems to have a real shot at playing in both games.
  • Leafs' Holland Remains Sidelined

    News: Peter Holland (lower body) could return as soon as this weekend, Paul Hendrick of Leafs TV reports.
    Analysis: That said, Peter Holland is effectively ruled out for the team's next two games, with a return either Saturday against the Bruins or Sunday against the Sens now considered plausible.
  • Leafs' Holland Skates On Own Wednesday

    News: Peter Holland (lower body) skated on his own prior to Wednesday's practice.
    Analysis: Peter Holland has missed the Leafs' last five games while recovering from the lower-body injury. While his light skate Wednesday offers encouragement that he might be nearing a return, Holland seems unlikely to suit up for Thursday's tilt with the Panthers, given that he has yet to practice with the rest of the team.
  • Leafs' Holland (Lower Body) Out Monday

    News: Peter Holland, who was expected to return Monday, (lower body) will sit a little while longer, Jonas Siegel of TSN 1050 reports.
    Analysis: Peter Holland will require a little extra rest than initially expected, and with the Maple Leafs no longer in playoff contention, it's not surprising he will take it. The team's next contest after Monday comes Thursday against the Panthers, which seems like a logical return date at this point.
  • Leafs' Holland Remains Sidelined

    News: Peter Holland (lower body) is expected to miss the Leafs' next two games, Mark Masters of TSN reports.
    Analysis: Per the report, with Peter Holland still ailing and Nazem Kadri suspended, the Leafs are likely to recall forward Sam Carrick from AHL Toronto.
  • Leafs' Holland Out Monday

    News: Peter Holland (lower body) won't play Monday against the Oilers, Paul Hendrick of Leafs TV reports.
    Analysis: Peter Holland, who is slated to miss his second straight game, thus remains day-to-day in advance of Thursday's game against the Sharks.
  • Leafs' Holland (Lower Body) Out Saturday

    News: Peter Holland is dealing with a lower-body injury and will not play in Saturday's game against the Canucks.
    Analysis: Peter Holland should be considered day-to-day moving forward. His next opportunity to get back on the ice will be against the Oilers on Monday.
  • Holland On Three-Game Streak In Toronto

    News: Peter Holland picked up an assist Saturday against St. Louis; it extended his point streak to three games and three points, including two helpers.
    Analysis: He and David Booth on both on three-game streaks, courtesy of each other -- each man has set up the other's goals. Peter Holland might help you if you can roll him as a forward -- center is a little too deep for him to make a dent.