There never has been a more renowned fourth line in NHL history than the Devils’ Crash Line of 1995 Stanley Cup fame that featured Bobby Holik between Randy McKay and Mike Peluso. Yet by training camp of 1996, Holik had grown so irritated with, and felt so limited by, his association with his fourth-line mates,...
Via New York Post
May 05, 2016
By Liam McGuire The New Jersey Devils made some significant changes this offseason. Longtime general manager Lou Lamoriello resigned from the club to join the Toronto Maple Leafs, and Scott Stevens, one of the most iconic players in team history, wasn’t brought back as co-head coach. Bobby Holik, one of Stevens’ former teammates who is no stranger to speaking his mind, told...
PRAGUE -- Jaroslav Holik, who helped Czechoslovakia win a hockey world title and an Olympic bronze medal in 1972, has died. He was 72. The Czech ice hockey federation said Friday that Holik, the father of NHL player Bobby Holik, died after battling an unspecified, long-term illness. Holik scored 57 goals for Czechoslovakia in his 142 international games and led his country to the...
Via Associated Press
April 17, 2015 | Discuss
During the course of their history, the New Jersey Devils have seen a number of key players bolt the swampland for the bright lights of Manhattan. Bobby Holik, Scott Gomez, John MacLean and Bruce Driver just to name a few. But it looks like Ryane Clowe might have swung the pendulum the other way as Randy Miller at NJ.com wonders if the Devils could make a run at Ryan Callahan this...
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