News:Peter Holland was recalled from AHL Norfolk on Saturday, the Ducks' official website reports.
Analysis:Peter Holland is among the more noteworthy of the eight players the Ducks recalled Saturday. The 15th overall pick in the 2009 NHL Entry Draft has tallied 105 points in 119 career AHL games. He did not have much of a fantasy impact in 21 NHL games this year, but could be on the radar for 2013-14.
News: The Ducks reassigned Peter Holland to AHL Norfolk on Monday, Eric Stephens of the Orange County Register reports.
Analysis:Peter Holland has 38 points in 42 games for Norfolk this season, but was only able to tally three goals and two assists in 21 games with the Ducks.
Holland Registers Assist In Ducks' Defeat Of Stars
News:Peter Holland was credited with an assist in the second period of the Ducks 5-2 win over the Stars on Wednesday.
Analysis:Peter Holland's productivity has been down lately, as Wednesday's assist snaps a six-game-long pointless streak for him.
News:Peter Holland was recalled from AHL Norfolk on Wednesday, the Ducks' Official Site reports.
Analysis:Peter Holland, the 15th overall pick in 2009, has recorded 38 points in 42 games with Norfolk and will see NHL action for the second time this season. He scored one goal in five contests during his previous stint with the Ducks.
News:Peter Holland was reassigned to AHL Norfolk on Tuesday, the Ducks' official site reports.
Analysis:Peter Holland has appeared in five games this season for the Ducks, scoring one goal. He leads Norfolk in points (35) and goals (16) this season.
News:Peter Holland scored his first goal of the season Monday against the Blue Jackets.
Analysis: This is Peter Holland's first point of the season, and the second in his very limited NHL career. He may stick with the Ducks the rest of the way, but he's only played in four games this year so far and he's likely not to have much fantasy value.
News:Peter Holland was sent to AHL Norfolk on Sunday, the Orange County Register's Eric Stephens reports.
Analysis:Peter Holland failed to impress at the NHL level, so he'll return to AHL Norfolk to work on his skills. He posted 31 points in 34 games in Norfolk earlier this season.
News:Peter Holland hopes to make the Ducks' roster when the NHL lockout is resolved, the Orange County Register reports.
Analysis:Peter Holland is more than doing his part in the AHL right now, leading Norfolk in scoring with 27 points (11 G, 16 A) in 27 games. He had a brief cup of coffee with the Ducks last season, but he could be a more permanent fixture on the team moving forward. The 2009 first-round pick should be on radars in deep leagues that value rookies.
News:Peter Holland leads Norfolk of the AHL with 14 points () in 12 games.
Analysis: The 21-year-old center has lit the lamp six times while dishing out eight helpers. He's coming off an impressive 60-point performance during his first year in the AHL and could garner some roster consideration from the Ducks when the lockout ends.
News:Peter Holland netted two goals in a win Saturday night for Norfolk of the AHL.
Analysis:Peter Holland has started off the AHL season on a tear, totaling 10 points (5 G, 5 A) in eight games. The 2009 first-round pick could get some consideration for a roster spot on the Ducks if he continues to impress at the AHL level.
News:Peter Holland has been sent down to AHL Syracuse, the Ducks' official Twitter feed reports.
Analysis: With the Ducks claiming Niklas Hagman from the Flames, it was either make Peter Holland a daily scratch or send him back to the AHL. As a 20-year-old first-round pick, the Ducks want him getting playing time, so he'll head back to Syracuse for more seasoning.
News: The Ducks recalled Peter Holland from AHL Syracuse on Saturday, according to the team's official Twitter page.
Analysis:Peter Holland, the team's first-round pick in 2009, scored five points (2G, 3A) in nine games with Syracuse this season. It's unlikely that the Ducks would have recalled Holland to have him sit on the bench, so he'll likely be in lineup somewhere for Saturday's tilt with the Red Wings.
News: Holland was sent down to Guelph of the OHL on Thursday, according to the Orange County Register.
Analysis: Once the Ducks announced that they were going to move Bobby Ryan to center, any chance of Holland making the team evaporated.