Detroit Red Wings legend, Ted Lindsay passed away on Monday.  The team announced that they will hold a public visitation at Little Caesars Arena on Friday. 

According to the story from the Detroit Free Press,  the Red Wings will host a public viewing, visitation for Ted Lindsay at Little Caesars Arena in Downtown Detroit on Friday.

This will give fans a chance to say goodbye to the Red Wings great.  Fans will be able to attend the visitation as doors will be open from 9:07 a.m. to 7:07 p.m. on Friday, March 8th.  The times are in honor of Lindsay's number 7, which was retired by the Red Wings in 1991.

Photo by Dave Sandford/Getty Images

There will be a visitation for family on Thursday.  The funeral is set to be held for family and close friends on Saturday.  Fans who want to send in memorial tributes are asked to send them to the Ted Lindsay Foundation.

I was too young to have seen Ted in his playing days.  Being a life long Red Wings fan it was great seeing him still around the team.   Hearing what he accomplished on and off the ice he will be one of those greats who will never be forgotten.