For nearly a decade now, Ken Holland has been considered one of the best General Managers not just in the NHL, but in all of sports.
Holland is among the best because of the fact that he has managed to keep the Detroit Red Wings in playoff contention for years, even after the salary cap era was established.
Although it wasn't all Holland's doing, as he took the GM position during the 1997 offeseason, he has made the trades, free-agent signings and draft consultations that have kept the Detroit Red Wings a well-oiled machine.
This year, Holland has left a lot of salary cap space open to answer a lot of questions on the Red Wings roster. With that, here are some things we expect Holland to take a closer look at in the future.