Former Red Wings GM Holland to be Inducted Into Hockey Hall of Fame
Former Detroit Red Wings General Manager and current Edmonton Oilers GM and President of Hockey Operations Ken Holland will be inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame as part of the 2020 induction class.
Holland, who will be inducted into the Builder category, spent 22 years with the Red Wings from 1997-2019. In that time, Detroit won four Stanley Cups, including three while Holland was the GM. Holland began his tenure with the Red Wings in 1997 as an assistant general manager and goaltending coach.
— Hockey Hall of Fame (@HockeyHallFame) June 24, 2020
Detroit won 10 Central Division titles and five conference regular-season championships during Holland’s time as GM. Detroit also won the Presidents’ Trophy four times and won more regular season and postseason games than any other NHL organization in his 22 years.
Holland, 64, is joined by one-time Red Wing Marian Hossa, Jarome Iginla, Doug Wilson, Kim St-Pierre and Kevin Lowe in rounding out the 2020 induction class.