Braden Holtby RUMORS & NEWS

  • Braden Holtby no longer the NHL’s tough luck postseason loser

    Pro Hockey Talk "The dominant storyline in the Washington Capitals’ Stanley Cup win is, obviously, centered around Alex Ovechkin finally kicking down the championship door and silencing whatever critics he had left. It is understandable. Ovechkin is one of the game’s..." June 08

  • Holtby retains starting job for Capitals in Game 4 against Blue Jackets "Braden Holtby didn't just win his first start of the Eastern Conference First Round for the Washington Capitals on Tuesday, the goaltender got his job back too. Holtby on Wednesday was named starter for Game 4 at Nationwide Arena on Thursday (7:30 p.m. ET; USA, SN, TVAS2, FS-O, NBCSWA), one day..." April 18

  • No more tandem, Braden Holtby's Game 3 performance has brought clarity to Caps' goalie situation

    NBC Sports Washington "As the postseason began, the refrain from Barry Trotz has been how confident he is in both netminders and that the decision on who will start would be on a game-by-game basis. That tone changed sharply on Wednesday in the wake of Braden Holtby's Game 3 performance. On a conference call with the..." April 18

  • Capitals' Grubauer says he's starting Game 1 over Holtby

    The Score "Philipp Grubauer says he will start over Braden Holtby for the Washington Capitals' Game 1 matchup against the Columbus Blue Jackets. Grubauer was the Caps' superior goaltender this season, posting a .923 save percentage and a 2.35 goals-against average in 35 games. " April 10

  • We have ourselves a goalie rotation in Washington

    NBC Sports Washington "It’s happened. The Caps no longer seem to have a No. 1 goalie anymore, they have a No. 1 and 1a. That’s right, we have a goalie rotation in Washington. “There's no sense riding one,” Barry Trotz said after practice on Monday. “[Braden Holtby] is coming back and looking better every game and..." March 19

  • Washington To Temporarily Bench Braden Holtby

    Pro Hockey Rumors "A Vezina Trophy winner is about to take a backseat, at least for a little while. “He hasn’t had a real good stretch,” Washington Capitals head coach Barry Trotz said of starting goaltender Braden Holtby, speaking to the Washington Post’s Isabelle Khurshudyan. The reigning Jennings Trophy winner..." March 08