ALEXANDER HOLTZ
European Skater - DJURGARDEN, SWEDEN
Final Rank:2Midterm Rank:3
Position:Right WingShoots:Right
Height:6' 0"Weight:192
Born:January 23, 2002
Born in:Stockholm, SWE

• Played the majority of the 2019-20 season with Djurgarden in Sweden’s top pro league with 9-7—16 in 35 GP – the highest point total by an under-18 player in the Swedish Hockey League last season

• Helped Team Sweden win bronze at the 2020 World Junior Championship with 3-2—5 in 7 GP

• Recorded 4-3—7 in 7 GP, including a pair of assists in the final, to help Sweden win gold at the 2019 Under-18 World Championship

• In 2018-19, he led Sweden’s top Under-20 league with 30 goals (30-17—47 in 38 GP) to help Djurgarden’s junior team capture the league’s bronze medal


Scouting Report: A sniper with a good selection of shots who likes to shoot a lot. Good playmaker and passer. Excellent offensive instincts while still being aware of defensive duties.


Current Player Comparable: Filip Forsberg

STATISTICS

SEASONTEAMLEAGUEGPGAPPIM
2019-2020DJURGARDENSWEDEN35971612
2019-2020SWEDEN (2020 WJC Championships)ITLTOUR73252
2019-2020SWEDEN (2019 WORLD JUNIOR SUMMER SHOWCASE)NAEVENT50114
2019-2020DJURGARDEN JR.SWEDEN-JR.37292
2019-2020SWE U20 (2019 4 Nations Tournament in Helsinki)ITLTOUR31122
2018-2019DJURGARDEN JR.SWEDEN-JR.3830174712
2018-2019SWE (2019 IIHF U18 World Championship)ITLTOUR74374
2018-2019SWEDEN (2018 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge)NATOUR64484
2018-2019SWE (2018 Hlinka Gretzky Cup)NATOUR52572
2018-2019SWE U18 (5 Nations Tournament in Sochi 2019)ITLTOUR44260
2018-2019DJURGARDENSWEDEN30000
2017-2018DJURGARDEN U18SWE-JR. U183041337410
2017-2018DJURGARDEN JR.SWEDEN-JR.114482
2017-2018SWE U17 (5-nations tournament in Jarvenpaa 2018)ITLTOUR42130
2017-2018SWE U17 (5 Nations Tournament in Basel 2018)ITLTOUR46170