Fuel Alumni Spotlight - Justin Holl

Fuel Alumni Spotlight – Justin Holl

Presented by Marian University Indianapolis

Jul 11, 2019


Holl started his professional career with the Indy Fuel in 2014-15 after spending four years at the University of Minnesota. While donning the Fuel sweater, Holl compiled seven goals and 27 assists in 66 ECHL games. The native of Tonka Bay, Minnesota played two games for the AHL’s Rockford IceHogs during his rookie season before inking a contract with the AHL’s Toronto Marlies in 2015-16. In three seasons with the Marlies, Holl garnered 60 points (17g, 43a) in 171 AHL contests, helping the team to a Calder Cup Championship in 2018.

The second-round selection of the Chicago Blackhawks in the 2010 NHL Entry Draft (No. 54 Overall) became the first Indy Fuel player to play in the NHL in 2018, making his debut with the Toronto Maple Leafs on January 31st when he was recalled on an emergency basis Wednesday afternoon from the Marlies. Holl recorded his first NHL goal in the third period as Toronto defeated the New York Islanders 5-0. 



Games Played: 66

Goals: 7

Assists: 27

Points: 34


About Marian University Indianapolis: Marian University (marian.edu), founded in Indianapolis in 1937, is the only Catholic liberal arts university in central Indiana. It serves a student body of nearly 3,000 through dedication to excellent teaching and learning in the Franciscan and liberal arts traditions. Marian University is one of Indiana’s 31 independent colleges and one of 244 Catholic colleges and universities nationwide. 

Since 2001, Marian University has been led by President Daniel J. Elsener, whose vision and leadership are transforming the university. In 2013, Marian University opened the Michael A. Evans Center for Health Sciences, home to its College of Osteopathic Medicine. Marian University has amassed 36 national championships in cycling, captured the NAIA Football National Championship in 2012 and 2015, and won the NAIA Women’s Basketball Championship in 2016 and 2017.

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