The Hockey Hall of Fame unveiled its 2020 selection on Wednesday. Six people received the honor.

Detroit Red Wings longtime GM Ken Holland was selected in the Builders category. Five men made it through their player careers.

Canadian Kevin Lowe won five Stanley Cups at the Edmonton Oilers and one at the New York Rangers. His years at Edmonton coincided with Jari Kurr’s time at the Oilers. Kurri and Teemu Selänne are the only Finns in the Hockey Hall of Fame.

Slovakian Marian Hossa won three Stanley Cups in the ranks of the Ottawa Senators. Jarome Iginla, who played his NHL career in the Calgary Flames, won two Olympic golds in a Canadian shirt. Canadian Doug Wilson was the point king of the Chicago Blackhawks defenders for ten years.

Goalkeeper Kim St. Pierre played on the boys ’teams until his college years. He defeated Canada three times for his Olympic gold and five times as world champion.