Landolt missed most of his rookie season with Moose Jaw in the WHL in 2000-01 due to injuries. He was traded to the Calgary Hitmen on January 8th, 2003 in a multi-player deal. He was taken 237th overall in the 2003 NHL entry draft by the Toronto Maple Leafs. The 2003-04 season was disappointing offensively for Landolt, but in 2004-05 he put up 45 points in the regular season with Calgary, and 9 in 12 playoff games.
Landolt likes to crash the net. He plays very physically and works hard. Landolt has become a solid penalty killer. His offensive upside is there, but is very minimal, as he does not have the hands to put the puck past most goalies. Landolt needs to work on his consistency, and skating ability if he is to make the big club one day.
Landolt has minimal offensive potential, and his skating ability is lacking, so for him to become an NHLer is a long shot.