Todd Holt

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Todd Holt (born January 20, 1973) is a former Canadian professional hockey player. Holt was drafted 148th overall in the 1993 NHL Entry Draft by the San Jose Sharks, following a junior career in which Holt had two 100 point seasons. He is the Broncos' all time leading scorer in points and goals, with 423 points.[1]


Holt was sexually abused by junior coach Graham James during his time with the Swift Current Broncos.[2] He testified against James, along with fellow victims Fleury and Sheldon Kennedy, during a trial in 2012.

His cousin is former NHL star Theoren Fleury, who was also abused by James.


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  2. ^ Puxley, Chinta (22 February 2012). "Graham James apologizes to victims, players, hockey community". The Canadian Press. Retrieved 2012-02-22.