The draft choices are in the third and seventh round, with the third-rounder becoming a second-round pick should Holland play 25 games with the Maple Leafs this season.
Holland is expected to report directly to the Maple Leafs and should help shore up a Toronto roster that has been hit by injuries to two of its top centers, Tyler Bozak and Dave Bolland. Bozak has been out since Oct. 25 with a lower-body injury and Bolland is out indefinitely after undergoing surgery to repair a lacerated tendon on his left ankle. Staubitz will report to the team's American Hockey League affiliate, the Toronto Marlies.
Holland, a first-round pick (No. 15) in 2009, split this season between the Ducks and their AHL affiliate in Norfolk. In 10 games with Norfolk, he collected five goals and nine points. In four games with the Ducks, he has one goal and no assists.
In Blacker, the Ducks add depth to a defensive unit that is still without Sheldon Souray, who underwent wrist surgery during the summer. A second-round pick (No. 58) in 2009, Blacker has spent the past two seasons with the Marlies. In 61 AHL games last season, he collected four goals and 11 points.