Yeah Bo-bo for me. Minnesota and Washington are such good teams defensively.
The Capitals are 3rd in gf/g and 1st in ga/g. They are a two way team. Making saves by the number creates sv%. Making the timely save creates wins. Combining the two together with consistency creates a top goaltender.
In this case there isn't a better jail break goalie than Braden Holtby. Having a top defense and an above average goaltender does not Vezina quality stats make.
Like others have said, Holtby, Dubnyk and Bobrovsky are up there at the moment, but there is still one month to go... I wouldn't forget about Price. If he gets his stats back to the level of the former three (still possible at the rate he's going), he would have the advantage of playing on a worse team than the stacked Caps or Wild.
Everyone who thought dubnyk was a lock mid season
Price has a 7-game hot streak and Holtby is on a one that goes back over 2 months. Before that Price had 4-game streak where he had 90% or less SV% in all of those games.
He needs to be just about perfect and have Holtby and Dubnyk crap the bed to even have a chance to win. I doubt either of those is going to happen so it's between Holtby and Dubnyk for now. Bobrovski clearly the #3 behind those two with nobody close to him really.