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Topic - Goaltender Braden Holtby
Given the tightness of the series, it was shocking that the Caps did not put up a fight in being eliminated. And the end unfolded in stunning fashion.
Washington went into New York on Sunday with the chance to go home with six points. In beating the Rangers in a shootout, the Caps finished off a strong week and moved within two points of the eight spot in the Eastern Conference.
Had the Caps not been able to erase a three-goal deficit to beat the Boston Bruins in overtime, they would have fallen into last place in the Eastern Conference.