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CSN Washington May 15, 2015

Holtby due for a big raise, but how big?

The Capitals have plenty of decisions to make in the offseason. The dominoes begin with the value of goaltender Braden Holtby.
Fear The Fin May 14, 2015

Thursday Sharks Links: McLellan likely headed to Edmonton

Your daily assortment of links to news and analysis from around the hockey world. Former Sharks head coach Todd McLellan is likely to take over that position with the Edmonton Oilers following his current stint with Team Canada in Prague barring a "major collapse" in negotiations, according to Elliotte Friedman. [Cult Of Hockey] Derek Stepan scored in overtime of Game 7 to complete the Rangers' comeback from 3-1 down in their second round series against the Capitals and send them to the Eastern Conference Final versus Tampa Bay. [Blueshirt Banter] Braden Holtby had one of the best...
Washington Post May 14, 2015

Jenkins: New-look Capitals have same old result

NEW YORK — Braden Holtby lay there, first on his back, and then he did a slow roll over on his stomach, and crouched over the ice like he was sick. Like he was in the grip of a wave of nausea. The pose captured everything. It said the Washington Capitals had done all they could, retched up everything in their guts, gone seven games plus overtime against the New York Rangers, and what was left was Braden Holtby’s bereft, motionless frame on the ice, while the siren went off and Madison Square Garden exploded in triumphant, towel-waving movement.Read full article >>
CSN Washington May 13, 2015

Holtby on Game 7 loss: 'It's tough to swallow'

Braden Holtby speaks on how it feels for the Capitals to not close out another Game 7.
Washington Post May 9, 2015

Caps Insider: Lundqvist vs. Holtby a postseason battle for the ages

When the most recent clash of this postseason’s best goaltenders reached its end, one sat down and looked up, not at the celebration near him, but toward the video screen for confirmation. The other bolted like a cannon blast, raising both arms and charging across the Madison Square Garden ice, elimination avoided for a ninth straight time in this building. As Henrik Lundqvist joined his teammates in their group hug, Braden Holtby stood and skated away, through a tunnel of Washington Capitals tapping him on the pads.Read full article >>
CSN Washington May 7, 2015

Holtby winning goalie duel with Lundqvist

Everyone knows how good Henrik Lundqvist is in net, but four games into the series between the Caps and Rangers it has been Braden Holtby who has stolen the show.
Washington Post May 6, 2015

Braden Holtby, Henrik Lundqvist engaged in one of the decade’s best goalie duels

It has not been easy scoring goals in the series between the Washington Capitals and New York Rangers.Washington goalie Braden Holtby continues his torrid pace of the regular season, stopping 93 of the 97 shots he has faced in the series (.959 save percentage). Rangers netminder Henrik Lundqvist is also on top of his game, stopping 78 of the 83 shots (.940 save percentage) he has faced so far.Read full article >>
Japers' Rink May 5, 2015

The Noon Number: Conn You Believe It?

A look at the Caps' playoff MVP, through ten games .949 - Braden Holtby's save percentage in this year's playoffs, the highest in any single postseason (minimum nine games played) on record. (And that number goes up to .955 if you throw out his Round 1, Game 1 performance when he was under the weather.) Holtby currently leads the playoffs in shots faced, shots saved, GAA and save percentage.
CSN Washington May 5, 2015

Jill and Chuck: Holtby was terrific in Game 3 win

Capitals Insider Chuck Gormley reflects on what a fantastic performance Braden Holtby turned in during Game 3.
CSN Washington May 5, 2015

Holtby shutout performance earns praises of his teammates

Braden Holtby wanted to downplay his superb Game 3 shutout performance against the Rangers. But his teammates weren't shy about showering their goaltender with praise.
CSN Washington May 4, 2015

Holtby on how he shut out the Rangers in Game 3

Capitals goaltender Braden Holtby spoke about his stellar Game 3 performance against the Rangers Monday night.
CSN Washington May 4, 2015

Behind masterful performance from Holtby, Caps take Game 3 1-0

Behind a masterful, 30-save performance from Braden Holtby, the Capitals shut out New York in Game 3 to take a 2-1 series lead.
Japers' Rink May 1, 2015

The Noon Number: Holtbeast is the Holtbest

A look at the Caps' netminder's sparkling post-season numbers 1.92 - Braden Holtby 's career goals-against average in the playoffs, best among active goalies with at least 20 post-season games played. Holtby's .935 save percentage is also tops in that group, and his career Quality Start percentage in the playoffs leads active goaltenders by roughly a country mile.
Washington Post May 1, 2015

In Game 1 battle of goalies, Holtby outduels Lundqvist - barely

NEW YORK—While Madison Square Garden erupted with disappointment – an audible “oh!” from fans followed by the sound of them plopping back into their seats in unison – with every save from Washington Capitals goaltender Braden Holtby, his teammates merely shrugged.Read full article >>
Washington Post Apr 30, 2015

Caps Insider: Even for their teammates, Holtby vs. Lundqvist makes for ‘fun to watch’ matchup

NEW YORK — They couldn’t be stationed further apart on the Madison Square Garden ice, the two masked men tending opposite nets, and yet the matchup between Washington Capitals goaltender Braden Holtby and his counterpart, the New York Rangers’ Henrik Lundqvist, will command the spotlight when the Eastern Conference semifinals begin here Thursday night. Even their teammates might steal a glance and take in the battle, at least when the opportunity allows.Read full article >>

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