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  • "He's never given me reason to ever doubt him, which is why I've always believed in him," goaltending coach Dave Prior said. "I only see the real exceptional side of Michal."

    Michal Neuvirth’s quiet confidence paying off for Caps →

  • "I told him after last year's playoffs, I don't think our other goalies could have done the job any better than he did," said Dave Prior, the Caps' goaltending coach. "He's a presence in the goal, shows a lot of confidence. He took a big step last year in his discipline, in playing more structured than he has. We want to make sure that continues."

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