Bud Holloway
HEIGHT: 6' 0"
BIRTHDATE: 03/01/1988
DRAFTED: LAK: 2006-86 overall
Signed as a free agent by Skelleftea (Sweden), July 25, 2011. Signed as a free agent by Montreal, July 1, 2015. Signed as a free agent by CSKA Moscow (KHL), May 25, 2016.
2010-11: Manchester MVP (Ace Bailey Award), Player of the Year and Fan Favorite…Recipient of Manchester’s AHL Man of the Year Award (for contributions in the community)…Led Manchester in points (tied for 20th in AHL), goals (tied for 14th in AHL) and PPG (14, tied for fourth in AHL)…Third on club in assists…Hat trick Dec. 17, 2010 vs. Portland…Led Manchester in the playoffs in points, goals and plus-minus (+6)…Tied for club lead in playoff assists…Hat trick in Game 3 at Binghamton.

2009-10: Led Manchester in points and assists, ranked second on club in goals and PPG (7)…Recorded three points in a game four times…Helped Monarchs advance to the AHL’s Eastern Conference Finals…Led Manchester in playoff points (tied for 12th in AHL) and playoff plus-minus (+7, tied for 10th in AHL), tied for club lead in playoff goals (tied for ninth in AHL)…Tied for second on Manchester in playoff assists…Led AHL in playoff GWG (6)…Had GWG in each game of four-game first-round sweep of Portland…Points (5-6=11) in 10 straight playoff games (April 16-May 7, 2010), second longest playoff point streak in AHL.

2008-09: Split season with Manchester and Ontario (ECHL)…Scored in pro debut with Manchester Oct. 11, 2008 at Portland…Assigned to Ontario Feb. 18, 2009… Led Ontario with 0.96 PTS/gm…First pro hat trick with Ontario Feb. 26, 2009 at Phoenix…Led Ontario in playoff points and playoff assists, tied for club lead in playoff goals and playoff plus-minus (+3)…Hat trick April 11, 2009 vs. Stockton…Recorded points in all seven playoff games…Three straight three-point games (Games 2-4 vs. Stockton).

2007-08: Led Seattle in points (ninth in WHL) and goals (third in WHL)…Second on club in assists…Tied for second in WHL in GWG (9)… Tied for third in WHL in plus-minus (+26) and SHG (4)…WHL Player of the Month in March 2008 (9 GP, 11-5=16, +9)…Helped Seattle advance to the WHL’s Western Conference Semifinals…Second on club in playoff points.

2006-07: Second on Seattle in points, goals, PPG (14) and plus-minus (+20)…Tied for second on club in assists…Helped Seattle advance to the WHL’s Western Conference Semifinals.

2005-06: Led Seattle in SHG (3), tied for club lead in plus-minus (+8)…Tied for third on Seattle in goals.

2004-05: Second youngest player on Seattle (players who played in at least 10 games).

2003-04: Began junior tenure with Seattle.

Seattle, WHL…WHL Player of the Month in March 2008.