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Uploaded By: PRESIDENT on November 8th, 2023

Albert Robert "Toots" Holway - Born September 24, 1902 in Toronto, Ontario – Died November 20, 1968 in Belleville, Ontario was a Canadian ice Hockey defenceman and coach.

- Stanley Cup Champion 1926 with Montreal Maroons

- Prince of Wales Trophy Champion 1926 with Montreal Maroons.

Holway made his NHL debut with Toronto St. Pats on February 16, 1924 vs Ottawa Senators at Ottawa Auditorium in a 2-1 Toronto win.

Holway scored his 1st NHL goal vs Sammy Hebert of the Ottawa Senators at 3:40 of the 2nd period on March 5, 1924 at Mutual Street Arena in a 8-4 Ottawa win.

Holway played 116 regular season NHL games, scoring 7 goals (2 GWG), 2 assists with 52 penalty minutes and played 8 NHL playoff games with 0 points and 0 penalty minutes.

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