If there is a Save of the Year award, give it to Capitals goaltender Braden Holtby.With le s thantwo minutes remaining in the third period Wednesday night and the Capitals leading by a goal in Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Final, the Golden Knights dumped the puck into the offensive zone. The initial point of Matt Duchene Jersey the play was to sustain an offensive zone prescense. What the Capitals and Holtby didn't expect was for Alex Tuch to nearly score on the simple sequence.A bouncing puck wound up on Cody Rene Bourque Jersey Eakin's stick. Eakin fed it to Tuch, who was all alone in front of the unsuspecting Holtby.Holtby sprawled to his right in desperation, hoping that his mistake wouldn't cost the Capitals a victory. Holtby's stick caught enough of Tuch's shot to preserve the lead and send the hockey world into a frenzy.Check out the save of the century from Braden HoltbyStream live: NBC Mikhail Grigorenko Jersey Sports Capitals (@NBCSCapitals) "That's hockey sometimes," Holtby told NBC following the game."A couple Jarome Iginla Jersey of breaksdidn't go our way last game with penalty calls and if you keep doing the right thing, that goesyour way."Legendary Capitals goaltenderOlafKolzig, who currently serves as the team's development coach, praised Holtby's save calling it the 'greatest save I've ever seen!' Jay Beagle echoed similar thoughts to Kolzig.Jay Beagle on Braden Holtbys last great save: The save of Teemu Selanne Jersey the year....maybe the save of a lifetime. Brian McNally (@bmcnally14) Holtby stopped 37 shots total in the Capitals' 3-2 win. The teams will travelback to Washington with the best-of-seven series tied 1-1.