Getting your name etched on the Stanley Cup is no easy task. Getting that moment engraved on your body proved to be at least as tough for a couple of Washington Capitals players.
With 37 saves, including a jaw-dropping third-period denial of Vegas Golden Knights forward Alex Tuch, Braden Holtby was simply outstanding in backing the Washington Capitals to an even series with a 3-2 win of Wednesday’s Game 2.
He has 225 career NHL wins and 32 career shutouts. Not bad for the “quiet kid from Saskatchewan.”
Which five current NHL backstoppers have the know-how to net their respective teams the ‘W’ when it comes to the biggest games?
Get your 'Holtby Things' fix in this week's Player Q&A with Braden Holtby.
With the 2018 #NHLAllStar Game around the corner, NHLPA.com and Sophia Jurksztowicz share some preseason findings on who is the All-Star of what – off the ice.
With the 2018 #NHLAllStar Game around the corner, NHLPA.com and Sophia Jurksztowicz share some preseason findings on who is the All-Star of what – off the ice!
Zach Werenski, Carey Price, and Braden Holtby explain what the Ted Lindsay Award means to NHL players.
Proceeds from NHLPA-supported auction will go to the Gord Downie Fund for Brain Cancer Research & the Gord Downie Secret Path Fund for Truth and Reconciliation.
Benn, Holtby and Kane voted by fellow NHLPA Members as finalists for the “Most Outstanding Player” Award.
Braden Holtby is the Playoff Performer of the Night following his 30 save shutout in Game 3 on Monday night