Halfway through the 2015-16 season, the race already felt over. Barring a massive collapse, Braden Holtby was going to win the Vezina Trophy. While Holtby
Caps fans vote for goaltender Braden Holtby as their favorite player in 2015-16.
Braden Holtby of the Washington Capitals won the Vezina Trophy as the NHL's best goalie at the NHL Awards show in Las Vegas on Wednesday night. Holtby was rewarded for a remarkable season in which he tied Martin Brodeur's league record with 48 victories for the Presidents' Trophy-winning Caps. His goals-against average was fifth in the league at 2.20, and he finished eighth in...
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Capitals' goaltender Braden Holtby was front and center in downtown Washington, D.C. on Saturday afternoon, leading a group of Monumental Sports and Entertainment staff and
The Washington Capitals marched in their first official Capital Pride Parade on Saturday, and right at the front of the team’s delegation was Braden Holtby. Draped in a rainbow flag and sporting a red Capitals “RockTheRainbow” T-shirt, the team’s netminder shook hands, took selfies with fans lining the parade route and marched with wife Brandi, along with […]
WASHINGTON — Capitals goalie Braden Holtby, along with members of Monumental Sports & Entertainment, will take part in the 2016 Capital Pride Parade on Saturday. Holtby and the Monumental Sports representatives, including Caps mascot Slapshot, the Red Rockers and Wizard Girls, will wear #RockTheRainbow shirts as they walk 1.6 miles past an expected crowd of 150,000 spectators...
ARLINGTON, Va. – The Washington Capitals and goaltender Braden Holtby are proud to announce their support and take part in the Capital Pride Alliance’s 2016 Capital Pride Parade presented by Marriot Rewards, scheduled for 4:30 p.m. on Saturday, Ju...
The Washington Capitals and Pittsburgh Penguins may be in the midst of a contentious postseason battle, but that didn’t stop Braden Holtby from setting the rivalry aside to help make the day of a young fan who roots for the opposition. During Wednesday’s morning skate before Game 4 of the teams’ second-round series, the Capitals goaltender skated over to the boards and handed...
Have a postseason, Patric Hornqvist. The 29-year-old Pittsburgh Penguin scored the game-winning overtime goal just 2:34 into the extra frame against Washington Capitals star goaltender Braden Holtby, giving Pittsburgh a 3-2 win and a three to one series lead. Hornqvist picked up a turnover just outside the scoring area and quickly flipped the puck into the net, through the five...
Matt Cullen ignited the CONSOL Energy Center, as the Pittsburgh Penguins forward beat Capitals goaltender Braden Holtby by going five-hole. Cullen won the center ice face-off. Tom Kuhnhackl chipped the puck ahead, allowing Cullen to skate under it, beating Capitals’ Nicklas Backstrom in a race to the loose puck. Cullen then shot the puck through Holtby’s legs into the back of...
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