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“It’s definitely not a disappointment of a season, especially the regular season," Holtby said.

The Capitals' netminder leads all remaining NHL goaltenders in goals against average and save percentage.

For the second straight weekend, the Capitals' goaltender recorded a shutout.

Holtby recorded his second shutout of the season last weekend, but will the Capitals stick with him over this pre-Christmas back-to-back?

After allowing 12 goals in three games during a dismal start to November, Holtby ranks sixth in the NHL in adjusted save percentage.

Justin Peters allowed three goals in the first and third periods. Braden Holtby allowed three in the second alone. Trotz refused to allow room for concern.

Holtby discusses the confidence boost of being named the unequivocal starter for the Capitals, working under renowned goalie coach Mitch Korn and more.

A look at the odd year in net for the Capitals.

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  • Apr 21, 2014
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The Caps have already had four days to ponder why they're facing a long offseason.

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  • Apr 14, 2014
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FIVE THOUGHTS | When most had counted the team out, Washington puts on its best performance in months.

  • Katie Carrera
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  • Apr 9, 2014
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