Photo: Bruce Bennett
Washington Capitals goaltender and Vezina Trophy winner Braden Holtby rocked a stunning John Varvatos number to the 2016 NHL Awards on Wednesday, noting that he enjoyed the “rock and roll” motif of his new suit. Caps video coach Brett Leonhardt appeared wearing socks with Barry Trotz‘s face on them to go along with a fancy tuxedo. When Trotz, who won the Jack Adams, appeared on the red carpet, he was also wearing new attire, ditching his usual black for a fresh blue suit with narrow pinstripes.
“I changed it up,” Trotz told RMNB before the Awards got underway. “It’s a tailored suit. It’s a little thinner. I wasn’t going for a tux or anything. I’m not a rack guy, as you know. With my shoulders that I do have, it’s not going to happen. I just try to be comfortable. I’m a guy that can take a $1,000 suit and make it look like a $150 suit. I just try to do my best.”
Let’s bask in Barry’s wardrobe for a moment.
Stage photos by Ethan Miller. Posed photo by Bruce Bennett.
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