The Washington Capitals' Braden Holtby and Barry Trotz were honored at the "NHL Awards Show" on Wednesday night in Las Vegas.
Holtby won the Vezina Trophy as the best goalie, and Trotz took home the Jack Adams Award as the top coach.
Holtby tied Martin Brodeur's league record with 48 victories, his goals-against average was fifth in the league at 2.20, and he finished eighth in save percentage at .922.
Trotz, who coached the Baltimore Skipjacks during the 1992-93 American Hockey League season, led the Capitals to an NHL-best 120 points and franchise-record 56...
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