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Washington Post Sep 30, 2014

Caps Insider: Capitals’ Jay Beagle, Mike Green both day-to-day with upper body injuries

Defenseman Mike Green and forward Jay Beagle, recent additions to the list of preseason injuries afflicting the Capitals, missed practice Tuesday and remain day-to-day as the regular season draws near, Coach Barry Trotz said. Read full article >>

Capitals’ Jay Beagle, Mike Green both day-to-day with upper body injuries

Defenseman Mike Green and forward Jay Beagle, recent additions to the list of preseason injuries afflicting the Capitals, missed practice Tuesday and remain day-to-day as the regular season draws near, Coach Barry Trotz said. Officially listed with upper-body injuries, Green and Beagle both watched practice from the balcony above the practice rink and are expected […]
Washington Post Sep 24, 2014

Caps Insider: Jay Beagle is healthy, but Capitals are being cautious

Given he’s relatively certain of a spot on the regular-season roster, Jay Beagle had been conspicuously absent from the Capitals’ preseason games so far — and was so again Wednesday, when he wasn’t on the travel list for Boston. Read full article >>

Jay Beagle is healthy, but Capitals are being cautious

Given he’s relatively certain of a spot on the regular-season roster, Jay Beagle had been conspicuously absent from the Capitals’ preseason games so far — and was so again Wednesday, when he wasn’t on the travel list for Boston. The veteran forward dealt with an upper-body injury this month, but practiced fully Wednesday as he has […]
Rotoworld Sep 8, 2014

Jay Beagle wants to contribute more offense - Jay Beagle (C) Washington Capitals

Jay Beagle focused on gaining some strength in the off-season and he made five pounds of muscle.
Washington Post Sep 8, 2014

Caps Insider: Capitals center Jay Beagle hoping to add more offense to his game

Jay Beagle had fancied himself a defensive-minded forward, so this offseason he focused on adding strength. “It’s been a good summer for me,” Beagle said Friday at the Washington Capitals’ practice facility, having arrived back in town with five more pounds of muscle than when he left, an amount undiscernible to the naked eye but meaningful to the man who gained it. Read full article >>

Capitals center Jay Beagle hoping to add more offense to his game

Jay Beagle had fancied himself a defensive-minded forward, so this offseason he focused on adding strength. “It’s been a good summer for me,” Beagle said Friday at the Washington Capitals’ practice facility, having arrived back in town with five more pounds of muscle than when he left, an amount undiscernible to the naked eye but meaningful […]

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