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Latest Braden Holtby Items
The Capitals are expected to be without their leading goal scorer when they face the Devils tonight. Catch all the action on CSN tonight at 7 p.m.
The Capitals are still in the playoff hunt, but is their roster strong enough to make a deep run in the postseason?
The Capitals have lost six in a row. Braden Holtby says distractions could be a reason.
With Alex Ovechkin in the lineup on Tuesday night, Washington's offense was shut out in a 2-0 loss to Ottawa. Analysis here.
With rookie Philipp Grubauer sent back to Hershey, will Braden Holtby be given a chance to be the Capitals' go-to guy?
The Capitals felt the need to return to two goalies and a pair of lopsided losses afforded them to opportunity to send Philipp Grubauer back to the AHL.
After a pair of ugly losses over the weekend, Washington finally rectified the goalie situation by sending rookie Philipp Grubauer back to AHL Hershey. That leaves the crease once more to Braden Holtby, who entered the season as the team's No. 1, and Michal Neuvirth, who has also won a Stanley Cup playoff series.
The Capitals have lost five in a row and 12 of their last 16. They are 10th in the Eastern Conference and currently out of a playoff spot.
The Capitals have lost four in a row for just the second time this season.