Braden Holtby, of the Washington State Capitals, had the save the year during Game two of this years Stanley Cup finals. During the last two minutes of the game, his right arm swung out to the ground to barely
make the block of the puck into the goal. It's extraordinary to watch. Capitals coach, Barry Trotz, said it was the work of "the hockey gods" helping them to tie with the Vegas Knights putting them at 1-1 after Game two. Game three starts on Saturday, June 2, and the Capitals are hoping to keep that unbelievable momentum going throughout the finals.
Another view of the save by Holtby.
Braden Holtby of the Washington Capitals.
“...keep that unbelievable momentum going...”
Alexander Ovechkin is another key player for the Capitals.
Capitals win Eastern Conference to advance to Stanley Cup finals.