Ken Holland on his milestone victory becoming the Wings’ winningest GM The Detroit News
Detroit Red Wings’ Danny DeKeyser (65) celebrates his goal against the Ottawa Senators with teammates Anthony Mantha (39) and Nick Jensen (3) during the first period Saturday. The Red Wings won 2-0.
(Photo: Fred Chartrand, Associated Press)
Ottawa, Ontario — General manager Ken Holland was alerted of it by a friend after the Red Wings defeated Edmonton almost two weeks ago, the last game before the All-Star break.
Holland was within reach of passing Jack Adams as the winningest GM in Red Wings’ history.
Saturday, the Wings made sure Holland became No. 1 on that list.
The workmanlike 2-0 victory in Ottawa was victory No. 914 for Holland, moving him past the legendary Adams.
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