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Mar 21, 2017
Rotoworld
Braden Holtby will take on the Flames on Tuesday.
The Hockey Writers Mar 26, 2017

Sergei Bobrovsky’s Compelling Case for the Hart Trophy

Sergei Bobrovsky is up to his old tricks again. The Columbus Blue Jackets and their fans couldn’t be any happier about it. Bobrovsky earned his seventh shutout of the season Saturday after he blanked the Philadelphia Flyers 1-0 at Nationwide Arena. The win was Bobrovsky’s 40th of the season. He continues to lead Braden Holtby […]
FOX Sports Mar 21, 2017
Sergei Bobrovsky Should Be 2017 Vezina Trophy Winner

Sergei Bobrovsky Should Be 2017 Vezina Trophy Winner

Sergei Bobrovsky: There Are a Ton of Vezina Trophy Candidates for this Season, But Who Will Win it is Anyones Guess. But as of Now, Bobrovsky Is a Leading Candidate.Devan Dubnyk. Braden Holtby. Sergei Bobrovsky. With the season winding down, these are the three names you’re going to he...
FOX Sports Mar 21, 2017
Vezina Trophy: Braden Holtby Serious Candidite For Vezina Trophy.

Vezina Trophy: Braden Holtby Serious Candidite For Vezina Trophy.

Vezina Trophy: With So Many Outstanding Netminders This Season Its Going to be Hard to Choose Just One, But Someone Has to Win It and Holtby May Be That Guy!Is there anyone else who can compare to Braden Holtby and his Vezina trophy year yet again. There have been a few solid goalies this se...
Rotoworld Mar 21, 2017

Braden Holtby takes on the Flames on Tuesday - Braden Holtby (G) Washington Capitals

Braden Holtby will take on the Flames on Tuesday.
Japers' Rink Mar 21, 2017
The Noon Number: This Is Sparta! Err, Holtby...

The Noon Number: This Is Sparta! Err, Holtby...

A look at the Caps’ number-one netminder upon reaching a milestone 1 - Number of goalies in NHL history with more wins than Braden Holtby through his first 300 NHL regular-season games (a milestone the Caps goaltender will reach upon assuming the cage tonight against Calgary, as is expected). Through 299 games, Holtby has posted a 185-71-31 record, a win total that will trail only legendary Habs’ netminder Ken Dryden (193) through 300. Here are tonight’s Game Notes with more: Braden Holtby is scheduled to play in his 300th NHL/Capitals game on Tuesday against Calgary. Holtby has...
Japers' Rink Mar 14, 2017
Capitals vs. Wild Second Period Thread

Capitals vs. Wild Second Period Thread

The two best players were at either end of the ice in the first, as the best goalies in the NHL, Braden Holtby and Devan Dubnyk, stopped all but one BB from Nate Schmidt to make it 1-0 Caps after one. Second period ahead. Tweets from @JapersRink/tweet-tweeters

Ducks beat Capitals

Corey Perry had his second two-goal game of the season and added an assist as the Ducks sent the NHL-leading Washington Capitals to their fourth consecutive loss, 5-2 in Anaheim on Sunday night. Ryan Kesler and Ryan Getzlaf each had a goal and two assists for the Ducks, who have won three of four to move ahead of the Flames for second place in the Pacific Division. After a scoreless first period, Perry collected a turnover by Lars Eller and beat goalie Braden Holtby for his 13th goal. The 2011 NHL MVP scored again 4½ minutes later, tipping in Kesler’s shot. Paul Byron and Max...
The Hockey Writers Mar 10, 2017

How the Capitals Became a Goalie Factory

The Washington Capitals had no trouble climbing to the top of the NHL standings. While many attribute that to Alex Ovechkin, Nicklas Backstrom and the rest of the team’s offensive arsenal, they’ve also acknowledged the biggest part of the Capitals franchise: the goaltender. Braden Holtby, who just five years ago was playing with the Hershey Bears […]
Sports Illustrated Mar 9, 2017
For goalies, resetting after a goal is an important—and quick—process

For goalies, resetting after a goal is an important—and quick—process

From Braden Holtby to Carey Price and beyond, NHL goalies all employ a method to move on after letting a puck past them.
FOX Sports Mar 9, 2017
For goalies, resetting after a goal is an important-and quick—process

For goalies, resetting after a goal is an important-and quick—process

From Braden Holtby to Carey Price and beyond, NHL goalies all employ a method to move on after letting a puck past them.
Japers' Rink Mar 8, 2017
Japers’ Rink Radio Episode 38: Goaltending Dominance

Japers’ Rink Radio Episode 38: Goaltending Dominance

Hockey Graphs' Nick Mercadante joins Adam Stringham to discuss Braden Holtby's and Philipp Grubauer's sustained dominance this season Braden Holtby is having one hell of a season. Statistically speaking, Holtby’s been an even better goaltender this year than he was when he tied Martin Broudeur’s single-season win record on his way to winning last season’s Vezina trophy. Of goalies with at least 750 five-on-five minutes played this year, he’s currently second in save percentage in those situations. The only goaltender with a higher mark? His backup, Philipp Grubauer. Washington’s...

PHT Morning Skate: Ranking each team’s goaltending outlook

Sportsnets Sean McIndoe ranks every NHL team by their goaltending outlook. Its not surprising to find the Carolina Hurricanes at the bottom of the list and the Washington Capitals at the top. After all, the Caps have Braden Holtby and Philipp Grubauer with the big club and first-rounder Ilya Samsonov waiting in the wings. (Sportsnet) []
Yahoo! Fantasy Hockey Mar 7, 2017
NHL scores 2017: Capitals unable to overcome early deficit in first home loss of 2017

NHL scores 2017: Capitals unable to overcome early deficit in first home loss of 2017

In a rare sight, the Stars stunned Braden Holtby on Monday to break Washington’s 15-game home win streak. In a game that had the makings of a blowout, Washington went down by three goals early but was able to recover slightly before being bested 4-2 by Dallas. To the Capitals’ credit, they doubled up the Stars in shots by a whopping 44-22, but were let down by their goaltending.
CSN Washington Mar 7, 2017

Seeing Braden Holtby pulled was the 'biggest disappointment' for Caps in Monday's loss

Its hard to fault Braden Holtby too much for Mondays loss. While he did allow three goals on just 11 shots, none of those goals
New York Post Mar 2, 2017
Devils can’t do diddly against the Capitals

Devils can’t do diddly against the Capitals

WASHINGTON — The NHL-leading Capitals won their franchise-record 14th consecutive home game, beating the Devils 1-0, thanks to rookie forward Jakub Vrana’s power-play goal with about 12½ minutes left in the third period Thursday night. Capitals goalie Braden Holtby only needed to make 15 saves for his eighth shutout of the season. The Devils’ previous...

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