Tom Wilson gives ex-Capitals goalie Braden Holtby a heartfelt goodbye

Tom Wilson says goodbye to Braden Holtby, who originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington
Since news broke Friday that Capitals free-agent goalkeeper Braden Holtby signed with the Vancouver Canucks, there has been a lot of support and memories of his time in Washington.
Sean Doolittle, a standout Nationals pitcher and likely a free agent, Twittered Holtby to thank him for everything he had accomplished during his time with the Capitals.
The capitals released a touching video homage that never left a dry eye in the house.
Now one of Holtby's longtime teammates has weighed in - and Caps fans should prepare to feel broken again.
Tom Wilson, who played with Holtby for the past eight years, created a photo slideshow of memories the two shared - he won the Stanley Cup in 2018, went on vacation together, and attended Caps events.
“When I think back on the last 8 years, so many memories come to mind. From the first day in my first training camp to the holidays and a Stanley Cup together. As a great teammate and always better friend, you will be missed on DC @ Holts170, ”Wilson wrote on Twitter.
After Wilson was selected in the first round of the draft in 2012, he joined the Caps for the first time for three games in the 2013 playoffs. By this point, Holtby had won a Stanley Cup playoff series in 2012 and had taken the starting position of goalkeeper from Semyon Varlamov during the lockout-shortened 2012-13 season.
Wilson's tweet shows that Holtby impressed the rookie from day one at their first training camp together. The teammates and their families bonded closely with the ups and downs of regular season success, followed by years of disappointment in the playoffs until they finally won the Stanley Cup in 2018.
Holtby's wife, Brandi, was apparently very moved by the touching slide show of “Mr. Tom. "
Holtby has been the Caps starting goalkeeper since Wilson joined the team and it seems like he's been feeling the loss both personally and professionally. That's the business side of professional sport. Now he has to get used to playing in front of Ilya Samsonov and newly acquired veteran Henrik Lundqvist. But the friendships and memories remain.

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