Holtby turned aside 33 of 35 shots in Sunday's win over the Flyers. It was another stellar performance for Holtby, as he notched his third win in three tries since the All-Star break, while holding the opposition to just two tallies in all three. The 26-year-old sports an astounding 33-5-3 record and is as good as it gets right now between the pipes.
Holtby will get the start in Sunday's game against the Flyers. Holtby has notched a win in both of his starts since the All-Star break and will take on a Flyers team that ranks 25th in the league in goals per game, so this should be another solid opportunity for him to continue his Vezina campaign.
Holtby stopped 24 of 26 shots in Saturday's 3-2 OT win over the Devils. Holtby continues to have a dominant campaign, notching his 32nd win of the season in just his 40th start. He has wins in both games following the All-Star break and has picked up right where he left off so continue starting him at every opportunity.
Holtby will be between the pipes in Saturday's game against the Devils, Tom Gulitti of The Record reports. Holtby was pretty sharp in his last outing, stopping 24 of 26 shots en route to a 3-2 win over the Islanders on Thursday. He'll look to pick up his 32nd win of the year Saturday in a highly favorable road matchup with a Devils club averaging just 2.28 goals per game at home this season, 29th in the NHL.
Holtby turned away 24 of 26 shots Thursday in a 3-2 win over Washington. Thanks to the All-Star break, the NHL leader in wins actually went two full weeks between victories. With Alex Ovechkin not playing in the Caps' first post-break game Tuesday, Holtby also watched from the sidelines while their shorthanded teammates absorbed a rare loss, but things were back to normal Thursday. Expect to see a heavy dose of Holtby down the stretch as the Caps try to make a run at the 1995-96 Red Wings' all-time record of 62 regulation wins.
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