Holl scored a goal, blocked four shots, doled out three hits and added two PIM in Wednesday's 4-2 win over the Canadiens.
Holl entered Wednesday with just one assist in his last nine games, which came after he had four helpers in the first four outings of the year. The 29-year-old rearguard struck at 1:50 of the third period, giving the Maple Leafs a 2-1 lead. Holl is up to six points, a plus-6 rating, 26 hits and 23 blocked shots through 14 contests this season. His performance in non-scoring categories could make him worth a look in deeper formats.
Holl posted an assist and went plus-2 in Tuesday's 4-3 win over the Flames.
Holl set up Wayne Simmonds for the opening tally just 3:44 into the game. While he's not generating many headlines, the 28-year-old Holl has a solid five assists and a plus-5 rating through eight contests this season. He's averaging 21:38 per game on the second pairing, and his non-scoring numbers -- 13 hits, 14 blocked shots -- are solid. Fantasy managers in deeper formats could use Holl to fill out their virtual bench.
Holl picked up two assists in Monday's 3-1 win over the Jets.
The 28-year-old blueliner notched helpers on both of Mitch Marner's tallies, including the game-winner late in the second period. Holl had only two goals and 18 points in 68 games last season, but in the early going of 2020-21 he's already racked up four assists through four contests.
Holl has totaled two assists, five hits and five blocked shots while averaging 22:06 of ice time per game this season.
With defensemen Tyson Barrie and Cody Ceci leaving the Maple Leafs this offseason, Holl has made good use of his increased role on the blue line. His 22:06 of ice time per game is a sizable increase from the 18:31 he averaged during the 2019-20 season. While he has just one shot on goal so far, Holl should easily surpass his 18 points from last season if he continues seeing this much playing time.
Holl (illness) will be in the lineup for Tuesday's game against the Coyotes.
Holl missed Monday's practice with the ailment, leaving his status for Tuesday in question. Now healthy, the 28-year-old will assume his usual role paired with Jake Muzzin atop the Maple Leafs' defensive depth chart. Holl is has assumed a larger role as of late, skating it at least 25 minutes of ice time in the last two games.
Holl (illness) is questionable ahead of Tuesday's home game versus Arizona, Terry Koshan of The Toronto Sun reports.
Holl has logged more than 25 minutes of ice time in each of Toronto's previous two contests, so if he sits, his presence will be missed. If Holl is forced to miss Tuesday's contest, Martin Marincin will likely serve as his replacement.
Holl (illness) missed Monday's practice, Kristen Shilton of TSN.ca reports.
The flu bug is traveling through the locker room, as John Tavares is also battling an illness, and William Nylander just kicked his sickness. If Holl can't play Tuesday versus the Coyotes, Martin Marincin will likely bump into the lineup while Tyson Barrie works on the top pairing.
Holl signed a three-year, $6 million contract extension with the Maple Leafs on Tuesday.
Holl has been a fantastic bottom-four option for Toronto this season, averaging 16:27 of ice time per contest while notching 11 points and posting a plus-11 rating over 38 games. The 27-year-old American should continue to fill that role for the Leafs over the next three campaigns, but his somewhat limited role and lack of power-play ice time will keep him off the radar in most fantasy formats.
Holl recorded two assists in Tuesday's 4-1 win over the Canucks.
The defenseman reached the 10-point mark with his first career multi-point outing. Holl has added 40 hits, 33 shots on goal and 26 blocked shots with a plus-10 rating in 30 games this season. He's not a consistent presence on the scoresheet, but he sees second-pairing minutes and can hold his own in all zones.
Holl scored a goal Wednesday in a loss to the Islanders.
The defender was scratched 71 times last season, but he's played in all but two of the Maple Leafs' games so far. Holl's ice time is reasonable -- around 14 minutes -- and he now has six points (one goal, five helpers). More importantly, he's been on the ice for more goals scored by his team than against him -- that's better than just about every other Leaf. That will keep Holl in the lineup rather than in the press box, and there he can show off his solid skating and moderate offensive ability. No fantasy value yet, but it will be nice to watch him grow his game.
Holl collected an assist in Wednesday's 4-3 loss to Washington.
The third-pairing defenseman for the Maple Leafs picked up his second assist of the season on Ilya Mikheyev's goal, scored midway through the first period. Not known to be a reliable contributor on offense, Holl is not deserving of a regular lineup spot in fantasy. The 27-year-old is only relevant in the deepest of formats.
Holl logged 10:39 of ice time and failed to find the scoresheet in Wednesday's 3-2 overtime loss to Vancouver.
The third-pairing defenseman recorded a pair of blocks and finished with a minus-1 rating. Holl has been mostly in the background so far this season, appearing in just four games at the NHL level and has yet to register a point. The 27-year-old is not to be owned in any format, no exceptions.
Holl has not played since Dec. 23 and remains a fixture in the press box.
Holl is a 27-year-old defender with four games of NHL experience. He may become a sixth defender one day, but right now, there's no fantasy value in a guy who barely sees the ice. Put simply, the Leafs have too many defenders and not enough ice time, especially with the arrival of Jake Muzzin.
Holl has spent all but two games this season in the press box.
Holl sits eighth on the Leafs' depth chart on the blue line, despite being a coveted right-hand shot. And with the Leafs out shopping for a right-handed defender, Holl's career appears stalled, especially after a poor second game back on Dec. 23. He lost puck battles and finished with a 5-on-5 Corsi For of just 30.77 percent.
Holl remains with the Leafs but continues to watch from the press box.
He has dressed and played in a single game for the Leafs. Holl's fantasy value just can't be assessed while he's being scratched so often.
Holl is still waiting to make his debut this season.
He continues to watch from the press box, as Igor Ozhiganov continues to impress coach Mike Babcock. Holl has no fantasy value at this point and should remain on the wire until he earns regular playing time (and shows his offensive talent).
Holl remains with Toronto for now, but seems to have been beaten by Igor Ozhiganov for the sixth spot on the blue line, reports the Toronto Sun.
Ozhiganov is 26 and coming off a strong KHL career. Holl's value is in the future. He will likely spend the season in the AHL.
Holl signed a two-year, $1.35 million contract extension with the Maple Leafs on Tuesday.
We saw this one coming after Holl received a qualifying offer as a restricted free agent a little over a week ago. The Minnesota native is known as a fluid skater, and he seemingly gives it his all on both ends of the ice. Last season, Holl accumulated seven goals, 21 assists and a plus-23 rating over 60 games for AHL Toronto. The Buds even called him up to the big stage for two games in 2017-18, with the 6-foot-3, 205-pound rearguard scoring each time out. We figure that he'll be an intriguing post-draft pickup for most fantasy leaguers.
Holl was qualified by the Maple Leafs on Monday.
Holl looked sharp in a two-game call-up to the Buds, notching two goals and registering a plus-5 rating. He was one of the best blueliners on the AHL Toronto Marlies in 2017-18. Holl scored seven goals and 28 points, and finished plus-23 in 60 regular-season games. He also added three goals and two assists in 20 playoff games.
Holl was loaned back to the team's AHL Toronto affiliate Saturday.
Holl provided a spark for the Maple Leafs in his short time with the NHL club, but he will head back to the minors with the news that Morgan Rielly is healthy and has been activated from injured reserve. He's hung around the AHL ranks since 2014-15, but perhaps his success in the minors this season (20 points in 39 games, plus-20 rating) and his good impression in his short stint with the top club will put him in consideration for a permanent spot at the NHL level in the future.
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