Braden Holtby compares Alex Ovechkin’s one-timer to a 95 MPH knuckleball: ‘It doesn’t go where it’s supposed to’
Braden Holtby joined an NHL videoconference on Monday with two other Stanley Cup-winning goaltenders: the St. Louis Blues’ Jordan Binnington and the Pittsburgh Penguins’ Matt Murray.
During the call, Holtby revealed that he has remained in the DC area with his wife Brandi and his two children, Ben and Belle. He sat in a room that included two guitars and a piano.
The most interesting question Holtby was asked was if he had figured out how to stop Alex Ovechkin’s shot from the Ovi Spot since he practices against him all the time.
The short answer is no. A hard no.