The Vancouver Canucks have signed free agent goalie Braden Holtby on Friday to a two-year contract value an annual common worth (AAV) of $4.Three million US.
Holtby, 31, is coming off a five-year cope with the Washington Capitals value $30.5M.
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The goaltender, from Lloydminster, Sask., gained the Vezina Trophy because the NHL’s high goaltender in 2016, and gained a Stanley Cup with the Capitals in 2018.
Holtby began 47 regular-season video games for Washington final season, posting a goals-against common of three.11 and a .897 save share.
Holtby’s signing means unrestricted free-agent goaltender Jacob Markstrom isn’t more likely to return to Vancouver.
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