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Vancouver Courier Jul 11, 2018
What will the Canucks’ zone deployments look like with the addition of Jay Beagle?

What will the Canucks’ zone deployments look like with the addition of Jay Beagle?

When you look at the centres who took the most defensive zone faceoffs last season, a few names immediately jump out. Of the five centres who took the most defensive zone faceoffs per game at even-strength last season, two are Canucks: Brandon Sutter and Bo Horvat. A couple names down the list at 7th is new Canuck Jay Beagle.
The Hockey Writers Jul 3, 2018

Vancouver Canucks Don’t Need Jay Beagle

The Vancouver Canucks kicked the month of July off with a bit of a splash in the free agency pool — most notably, they inked former Washington Capitals center, Jay Beagle. Beagle and the Caps are coming off of a Stanley Cup victory and I believe that clouded the Canucks’ management’s vision, bringing in a […] The post Vancouver Canucks Don’t Need Jay Beagle appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
Vancouver Courier Jul 1, 2018
Canucks sign Antoine Roussel and Jay Beagle to four-year contracts as free agency opens

Canucks sign Antoine Roussel and Jay Beagle to four-year contracts as free agency opens

The Canucks have kicked off free agency by adding two veteran forwards on four-year contracts. Antoine Roussel will have an Average Annual Value (AAV) of $3.25 million, while Jay Beagle will have an AAV of $3 million. If you’ll permit me a digression, I’d like to talk about the 2013 Superman film Man of Steel.
The Canuck Way Jul 1, 2018

Vancouver Canucks sign Jay Beagle, what it means

The Vancouver Canucks did something that I warned against. They gave an older tough guy term because he won a Stanley Cup. Prepare to write off the next four years. It’s a real shame. I want to give Jim Benning and the Vancouver Canucks the benefit of the doubt. Really, I do. But, when you […] Vancouver Canucks sign Jay Beagle, what it means - The Canuck Way - The Canuck Way - A Vancouver Canucks Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Last Word on Hockey Jul 1, 2018
Jay Beagle Signs with the Vancouver Canucks

Jay Beagle Signs with the Vancouver Canucks

The Vancouver Canucks signed free agent Jay Beagle to a four-year contract worth $12 million, or $3 million per season AAV. This contract carries him through the 2021-22 season. https://twitter.com/friedgehnic/status/1013396041960308736?s=12 Vancouver Canucks Sign Free Agent Jay Beagle Over his decade-long NHL career, Beagle has remained loyal to Washington Capitals, who originally picked him up undrafted. In return, he has put up 51 goals and 65 assists for 116 career points in 471 career games. He has added eight goals and 11 assists for 19 points in 85 career Stanley Cup Playoff...
Puck Prose Jul 1, 2018

NHL Free Agency 2018: Vancouver Canucks to sign Jay Beagle

The Vancouver Canucks are set to sign center Jay Beagle once NHL free agency gets underway  The Vancouver Canucks are a rebuilding team hoping to add some veterans. Early in NHL free agency, it appears as if they’re going to add two of them. According to Elliotte Friedman, the Canucks are expected to sign free […] NHL Free Agency 2018: Vancouver Canucks to sign Jay Beagle - Puck Prose - Puck Prose - NHL
Sportsnet.ca Jun 29, 2018
Canucks showing interest in Antoine Roussel, Jay Beagle

Canucks showing interest in Antoine Roussel, Jay Beagle

The Vancouver Canucks aren’t expected to be big spenders when NHL free agency opens but they’ve got cap space and several vacant roster spots. The post Canucks showing interest in Antoine Roussel, Jay Beagle appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
Vancouver Courier Jun 29, 2018
Canucks frontrunners to sign Jay Beagle, according to reports

Canucks frontrunners to sign Jay Beagle, according to reports

A long playoff run elevates the status of even the lowliest role player. A Stanley Cup win, even moreso.
Knights On Ice Jun 29, 2018
NHL Free Agency 2018: Should the Golden Knights consider signing Jay Beagle?

NHL Free Agency 2018: Should the Golden Knights consider signing Jay Beagle?

Beagle is the kind of player teams value, but is he necessary in Vegas? Golden Knights fans are familiar with Jay Beagle after he and the Capitals defeated Vegas in five games in the 2018 Stanley Cup Final. But Beagle himself is familiar only with the Capitals, as the 32-year-old has played his entire NHL career in Washington. Free agency status Though he’d love to stay, it appears as though Beagle will not return to Washington next season. In fact, Vancouver appears to be the frontrunner to land the fourth-line center, according to TSN’s Bob McKenzie. Beagle is coming off a two-year...
The Hockey Writers Jun 21, 2018

Capitals’ Beagle Hopes DC Remains Home

After years of heartbreak, Washington Capitals forward Jay Beagle was finally able to feel happiness and relief at the team’s breakdown day; he’s finally a Stanley Cup champion after 10 seasons. “Usually I stand before you miserable and barely holding it together,” Beagle said. “It’s all laughs and smiles, and it feels like I want […] The post Capitals’ Beagle Hopes DC Remains Home appeared first on The Hockey Writers.

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