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|1977 NHL DRAFT PICK|
Selected in fourth round
No. 64 overall by Montreal Canadiens
September 10, 1957
Height: 6-1 Weight: 180
|BEFORE THE DRAFT|
Birthplace: Montreal, Quebec (Canada)
Longueuil||Que. Jr. A
PRE-DRAFT AWARDS AND HONORS
Miscellaneous: Selected by expansion Chicoutimi team in fifth round of
1973 QMJHL midget draft.
| Debut: October 14, 1979 (Pittsburgh at
Cup: Never won. Playing Status: Retired 1987
|CAREER NHL STATISTICS|
AWARDS AND HONORS
Miscellaneous: Made his NHL debut in relief of Greg Millen
during Pittsburgh's 4-1 victory at Boston. Stopped 19 shots in 34 minutes and
was named game's No. 1 star. ... Set Pittsburgh record (since broken) of 1,114
consecutive minutes in goal in 1979-80. ... Traded by Pittsburgh to N.Y.
Islanders in exchange for future considerations on Sept. 28, 1981, but never
played for parent team.
|Post-Draft Teams: Nova Scotia (AHL);
Binghamton (AHL); Indianapolis (CHL); Toledo (IHL); Indianapolis (IHL);
Springfield (AHL); Milwaukee (IHL)|
AWARDS AND HONORS
CHL Adams Cup: 1982 (Indianapolis) (did not
play), 1983 (Indy)
AHL Holmes Award (Lowest Team GAA): 1977-78 (Nova Scotia) (co-winner
with Maurice Barrette)
CHL Sawchuk Trophy (Lowest Team GAA): 1981-82, 1982-83 (Indianapolis)
(co-winner with Kelly Hrudey)
CHL All-Star Second Team: 1982-83 (Indianapolis)
CHL All-Star Game: 1983 (Indianapolis)
Indianapolis (CHL) Records: Most career games by a goalie (111), most
shutouts in season (4 in 1982-83, shares record)
CHL Goals-Against Average Leader: 1982-83 (Indianapolis) (2.87)
AHL Shutouts Leader: 1978-79 (Nova Scotia) (2 shutouts)
CHL Shutouts Leader: 1982-83 (Indianapolis) (4 shutouts)
IHL Shutouts Leader: 1984-85 (Indianapolis) (4 shutouts)
IHL Playoffs Shutouts Leader: 1985 (Indianapolis) (1 shutout)
1981-82: Played seven games for Toledo team that won IHL regular-season
and playoff titles, but was not with team in postseason.
1982-83: Played on CHL regular-season champion (Indianapolis).
Miscellaneous: Wore No. 45 for Indianapolis.
Personal: Full name is Robert Holland. ... Also known as Robert
Holland, Bob Holland and Robbie Holland during his
|HOW HE GOT AWAY|
|TRADE: Montreal traded Holland and Pat Hughes
to Pittsburgh in exchange for Denis Herron and 1982 second-round pick (Jocelyn
Gauvreau) on August 30, 1979.||
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