After being called an idiot, Jay Beagle challenges Phil Kessel to Mario Kart battle

Phil Kessel and Jay Beagle got into a bit of a spat on Wednesday, resulting in an unexpected Mario Kart challenge from the latter. The beef started when Beagle said the Capitals should play “nasty,” and continue to hit the Penguins “hard.” Kessel, thinking Beagle was specifically talking about the recent Matt Niskanen hit in game three that led to a concussion for Sidney...
Via The Comeback
May 03, 2017  |  Discuss

WATCH: Beagle fires back at Kessel: "I'm deeply hurt"

Capitals forward Jay Beagle retorts to Phil Kessel's "idiot" comments, saying he's deeply hurt, and if he wants to settle it over some Mario Kart, he knows where to find him.
Via SportsNetCanada
May 03, 2017  |  Discuss

WATCH: Beagle tips in Shattenkirk's rocket from the point

Jay Beagle notched his 13th of the year after tipping Kevin Shattenkirk's shot past Calvin Pickard.
Via SportsNetCanada
March 29, 2017  |  Discuss

Beagle scores in 3rd, Capitals beat Red Wings 1-0

Washington (AP) Jay Beagle scored with 5:11 left in the third period to give the injury-ravaged Washington Capitals a 1-0 win over the Detroit Red Wings on Friday night. Dmitry Orlov's shot was stopped by Detroit goalie Jimmy Howard, but Beagle tapped in the rebound for his fourth of the season. Braden Holtby had 25 saves for his first shutout this season and 24th of his career...
Via Associated Press
November 18, 2016  |  Discuss

Jay Beagle's heroic stick save might be the best play of the NHL season

Despite a devastating season-ending defeat to the Pittsburgh Penguins on Tuesday night, the Washington Capitals made a heroic three-goal comeback to force overtime in Game 6 of the Eastern Conference semifinals -- fighting off the negative postseason narratives that have been haunting them the past couple of years.When overtime began, it appeared the end was going to be quick and...
Via FOX Sports
May 11, 2016  |  Discuss

Five bizarre moments in Round 2 of the Stanley Cup Playoffs

The expanded stage of the Stanley Cup Playoffs makes events during — and outside of — NHL games more magnified. But this second round has seen a couple interesting breaks in the action that would make headlines no matter what time of year they occurred. Here are the most bizarre highlights from Round 2 thus far.Roman Josi Hops On The Wrong BenchIt was already a bit quirky that...
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May 02, 2016  |  Discuss

NHL-leading Capitals activate C Beagle (hand)

CHICAGO (AP) The Washington Capitals have activated center Jay Beagle from long-term injured reserve and placed defenseman John Carlson on long-term injured reserve. Beagle had hand surgery in December. The 30-year-old has six goals and six assists in 36 games after setting career highs with 10 goals and 10 assists last season. Also, center Brooks Laich cleared waivers and is...
Via Associated Press
February 28, 2016  |  Discuss

Capitals' Beagle to be sidelined 'an extended period of time'

The Washington Capitals are on quite the roll with nine straight victories, but they lost a bit of grit during Wednesday's 5-2 victory over the Buffalo Sabres.Veteran forward Jay Beagle suffered an upper-body injury during the second period and was promptly placed on injured reserve Thursday. Coach Barry Trotz didn't go into detail on the precise nature of the ailment for the 30...
Via FOX Sports
December 31, 2015  |  Discuss

An early look at the new coach's challenge in NHL games

The new coach's challenge in the NHL has only been in use for about a week, but we have already seen how it can alter a game.To be more specific: Two of those challenges have been successful, and the most recent challenge arguably changed the tone of the contest in which it occurred.During Tuesday night’s tilt between the San Jose Sharks and the Washington Capitals, Sharks head...
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October 14, 2015  |  Discuss

Caps ink Jay Beagle to a three-year deal

The Washington Capitals have locked up one of their key un-restricted free agents, C Jay Beagle, to a three-year contract extension.  The deal is worth $5.25 million and includes an average of $1.75 million per season. The Caps have three additional key unrestricted free agents: defenseman Mike Green, froward Eric Fehr, and forward Joel Ward.  However, it does not appear any...
Via DC Pro Sports Report
June 29, 2015  |  Discuss

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