LFR7 - Game 19 - HOLLAND TRADE - Tor 1, Buf 3

Steve Dangle
November 16 2013 03:26PM

 

Who cares if they lost? THE LEAFS MADE A TRADE!!!!!!!!1!!!!!!

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LGD - Game 20: Sabres @ Leafs - OMG PETER HOLLAND

Steve Dangle
November 16 2013 02:13PM

Look at this hottie! And beside him is Peter Holland!

Unless you've been living under a rock, you know that the Leafs made a trade today. Leaving the Leafs was Jesse Blacker, a 3rd-rounder in 2014, and a 7th-rounder in 2014. Coming back: Peter Holland and Brad Staubitz.

The newly-acquired and GOOD OL' HOME TOWN KED Holland will be in the lineup for the Leafs tonight.

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Leafs trade Blacker, Picks for Holland, Staubitz

Jeff Veillette (Jeffler)
November 16 2013 10:06AM

It's a move! The Toronto Maple Leafs were in need of an offensive injection at centre, and found a way to do so without breaking the bank. Taking the "prospect shuffle" approach, the Leafs sent Jesse Blacker and two draft picks to the Anaheim Ducks for Peter Holland and Brad Staubitz. It's of my opinion that if a move were to be made, this was the right scenario. Here's why: 

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Peter Holland draft interview from 2009

Steve Dangle
November 16 2013 09:39AM

 

Before reading our full analysis of this trade, if I may walk down memory lane...

I wrote for a show called RBC Junior Hockey Magazine hosted by TSN's Gino Reda during the 2008-09 junior hockey season. It was my first ever paid gig in the industry. After having a young projected first rounder by the name of Peter Holland on the show, Peter agreed to be one of the first athletes I had ever interviewed on my YouTube channel.

My questions are cringe-worhty and douche-tacular, but was a much better interviewee than I was an interviewer. Here's my interview with a young, undrafted Peter Holland from the 2009 NHL Entry Draft.

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Leafs Postgame - First Niagara Loss Of The Year

Jeff Veillette (Jeffler)
November 15 2013 09:08PM

I have to imagine that "Ehrhoff" will be seen as a curse word for the Toronto Maple Leafs as they head back home from Buffalo tonight. Turning a sure Leafs goal into the icing on the cake for the Sabres in less time than it takes to blink is nothing short of impressive, and probably one of the highlights of his last few years. But the Leafs aren't around to make opponents look good, but unfortunately did so tonight, dropping their first of back to back games against their 29th placed division rivals by a score of 3-1. 

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