On this day back in 1983, the Detroit Red Wings signed goaltender Ken Holland.
Holland ended up playing in just three games for Detroit. In those games, he was 1-1 with a 4.11 goals-against average.
As we know, Holland eventually became the Red Wings assistant general manager where he won a Stanley Cup in 1997, and then he became general manager where he built three Stanley Cup-winning teams.
— Mike Commito (@mikecommito) July 6, 2020