2009-2010: He started out the season with injuries and was not unable to play until winter, where he finished with 30 goals, 50 assists and 9 powerplay goals in 59 games.
2010-2011: He split the season with the Geulph and the Syracuse Crunch (he only played 3 games with the Crunch). He scored 37 goals, 51 assists in 67 games in the OHL and notched 3 goals, 3 assists in 6 games for the Crunch.
Holland is not afraid to crash the net and get those rough goals. He also has a solid forecheck and with a solid build, he can be a real threat in the NHL. Although he’s not quite ready for the NHL, he is definitely a player to look forward to in the future.