Braden Holtby Comes Up Short in Consecutive Vezina Trophy Bid

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That facial expression is the face that Caps fans everywhere made after another rough night. After losing Nate Schmidt, Braden Holtby came up short in a chance to win his second consecutive Vezina Trophy. Instead, it was Sergei Bobrovsky of the Columbus Blue Jackets that took home the Vezina. 

Bobrovsky made a huge impact on the Columbus Blue Jackets remarkable regular season run. He was third in the league in wins with 41 and posted a 41-17-5 record through 63 games with a .931 save percentage, a 2.06 goals-agaisnt average, and seven shutouts.

By Michael Marzzacco

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7 Responses to Braden Holtby Comes Up Short in Consecutive Vezina Trophy Bid

  1. Anonymous says:

    Please link the article you wrote comparing their stats from the regular season

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