|1994-1995||New Jersey Devils|
|1999-2000||New Jersey Devils|
Holik, the son of Jaroslav Holik, who helped Czechoslovakia win the IIHF World Championship in 1972, played 11 of his 18 NHL seasons with the New Jersey Devils and was a key part of their Stanley Cup championship teams in 1995 and 2000. He never scored 30 goals or had more than 65 points in a season but reached double figures in goals in each of his first 17 seasons and was among the NHL's best checking centers during that span.
The Hartford Whalers selected Holik in the first round (No. 10) of the 1989 NHL Draft, and he came to North America in 1990, scoring 21 goals in each of his first two seasons. That attracted the attention of the Devils, who acquired him in a trade with the Whalers on Aug. 28, 1992.