2015-16 Season in Review: Jay Beagle

With the Capitals’ 2015-16 season now in the rearview mirror, we continue with our numerical player-by-player roster analysis.No. 83 Jay BeagleAge: 30 (turns 31 on
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June 12, 2016  |  Discuss

Could Jay Beagle be the Caps long-term solution at third line center?

Jay Beagle is hoping to become the Capitals permanent answer at third line center next season.
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May 20, 2016  |  Discuss

Video: Jay Beagle made one of the best non-goalie saves ever

After a comeback of epic proportions, the Capitals and Penguins game needed a signature moment for everyone to remember. Jay Beagle provided that moment for Game 6 and at the time it was an absolute series saver. The weirdest part of the video has to be Braden Holtby. He looks like he gave up on the play. Jay Beagle saves his grass. The effort ended up being all for not as the...
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May 11, 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...
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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

Jay Beagle’s Interesting Night Included Sticks Through Helmet, Skate

Jay Beagle served as a human pincushion for hockey sticks during Thursday night’s Washington Capitals-Pittsburgh Penguins game. The veteran Capitals forward’s first brush with lumber came during the second period, when Kris Letang’s stick somehow became lodged in the space between Beagle’s helmet and visor. “It was weird,” Beagle told reporters after the game, via The...
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April 29, 2016  |  Discuss

Video: Jay Beagle gets Letang’s stick stuck in visor, looks like a goof

With a name like Jay Beagle, it is taking everything in me to not make a joke about fetch. Get it? His last name is a type of dog! Now that we have that behind us, this has to be one of the goofiest moments of the playoffs thus far. Anytime a player’s stick gets caught somewhere the results are very, very funny. This was a big moment in the game too. Luckily it didn’t have an...
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April 28, 2016  |  Discuss

Video: Goalpost Camera That Determined Jay Beagle’s Disputed Goal

Here are angles used last night to determine a good goal for WASH in the game vs NYR. The clincher is the last one https://t.co/MyOK7EAdB7 — Elliotte Friedman (@FriedgeHNIC) March 5, 2016 Make your own decisions. Is the puck in the net? Yeah, probably. Is it conclusive? No. Also, this brings up a point where the refs need to make a call on the ice. Either rule it a goal, or...
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March 05, 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...
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February 28, 2016  |  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...
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June 29, 2015  |  Discuss

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