CHRIS HOLT RUMORS & GOSSIP

Michael Leighton Off To Donbass, Chris Holt Out? by   Steven Ellis

According to Sport-Express’s Igor Larin, Michael Leighton will play for Donbass Donetsk of the KHL. During the 2010 Stanley Cup playoffs, Leighton shared the goaltending position with Brian Boucher.. In 14 games played, he went 8-3 with a .916 save percentage, and while it was good enough to take them to the Stanley Cup Finals, the two combined were not good enough [...]
Via The Hockey House
August 19, 2013  |  Discuss

Random Athlete Of The Day- Chris Holt

Chris Holt was a less than mediocre starting pitcher for the Houston Astros. Holt at 6-4 205 lbs, was drafted by the Astros in the 3rd round of the 1992 MLB Draft. Holt started off in Low A and went 2-5 with an ERA over 4. In ’93 he was  promoted to A and went 11-10, and had 10 complete games and 3 shutouts with a 2.27 ERA (his best year in the minors). Holt was promoted once...
Via Taking Bad Schotz
December 30, 2011  |  Discuss
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