Braden Holtby (Rob Carr/Getty Images)
Unlike a year ago when Montreal's Carey Price was the no-doubt-about-it winner of the Vezina Trophy, the 2015-16 season had no sure thing.Unlike a year ago when Montreal's Carey Price was the no-doubt-about-it winner of the Vezina Trophy, the 2015-16 season had no sure thing. Three weeks ago, THN made the case for the 10 goalies who were deserving of votes. On Wednesday, the NHL unveiled the three finalists for the award given to “the goalkeeper adjudged to be the best at this position." They are Tampa Bay's Ben Bishop, Washington's Braden Holtby, and Los Angeles' Jonathan Quick. could only point to his league-leading minutes played and appearances. Holtby tied an NHL record with 48 wins, and was top-four in goals-against average, and save percentage. Though perhaps Bishop can sneak up and steal the award. He led the league in both GAA and SP, though he started six fewer games than Holtby, and eight fewer than Quick. The NHL Awards will be held on June 22.