As has been the case for the better part of the last decade, the Washington Capitals' style of hockey creates an abundance of quality scoring chances for both teams on the ice.
Yes, the Caps, led by the reigning Rocket Richard winner in Alex Ovechkin, can put the puck in the net as frequently and furiously as virtually any club in the league, but due to the team's wealth of offensive weapons, this is a group that gives opponents far too many opportunities to do the same.
Goaltending has long been an issue for Washington since Olaf Kolzig left town in 2008, but at least so far this season, Braden Holtby and Michal Neuvirth have given their team a chance to win virtually every night.
Though the Caps sit 18th in the league in terms of goals against, the goaltenders have treated fans to some spectacular stops. Here's a look at the very best of them thus far.