The National Hockey League has announced a six-member class to be inducted into the NHL hall of fame for 2020. Two of the six include first ballot hall of famers Jarome Iginla and Marian Hossa. The rest of the class includes defensemen Kevin Lowe, and Doug Wilson, goaltender Kim St. Pierre in the women’s category and Edmonton Oilers general manager Ken Holland.
Iginla becomes just the fourth black person to be enshrined in the hall of fame, and the second for his on ice accomplishments. Those include being a six-time all-star, scoring 50 goals two times in a single season and being just one of 20 players in league history to score over 600 goals.