4:31 AM EDT, Sun October 26, 2014

Fantasy Update

17 hours ago
Rotoworld
Jay Beagle is set to play his first NHL game in his hometown of Calgary on Saturday.
Rotoworld 17 hours ago

Jay Beagle set to play 1st game in Calgary - Jay Beagle (W) Washington Capitals

Jay Beagle is set to play his first NHL game in his hometown of Calgary on Saturday.
Washington Post 20 hours ago

Caps Insider: Reporter, broadcaster climb the Calgary stairs that train the Capitals stars

CALGARY — They warned us about the torturous stairs of McHugh Bluff, the wooden planks which blast your leg muscles into Smuckers jars, and for this we can claim neither excuses nor ignorance. “Three-quarters of the way up,” Jay Beagle said, “you should be walking. And the fifth time you should be crawling, because that’s what I’m doing.” Read full article >>

Reporter, broadcaster climb the Calgary stairs that train the Capitals stars

CALGARY – They warned us about the torturous stairs of McHugh Bluff, the wooden planks which blast your leg muscles into Smuckers jars, and for this we can claim neither excuses nor ignorance. “Three-quarters of the way up,” Jay Beagle said, “you should be walking. And the fifth time you should be crawling, because that’s what […]
Japers' Rink 20 hours ago

Saturday Caps Clips: Cowboy Up

Daily Washington Capitals news and notes: Previews of tonight's battle with the Flames, the Caps hang out in Calgary and do as Calgarians do, and more. Your savory breakfast links: Previews of tonight's fight with the Flames from Vogs, NHL.com, AP, CBS Sports, Peerless, and be sure to check out our SB Nation pals over at Matchsticks and Gasoline for the other side of tonight's matchup. Next up on the Caps' Western Canadian Homecoming Tour: a visit to Calgary, home of Jay Beagle. [WaPo] As the rest of the League is starting to discover, the Caps have something pretty special in...
Washington Post Oct 24, 2014

Capitals forward Jay Beagle visits his dad’s auto shop in Calgary

CALGARY — Jay Beagle entered the auto repair shop through the rear entrance, because growing up inside this garage meant never using the front. He opened the brown door labeled “No. 15,” another anonymous building along the bumpy back road lined with bays, and inhaled the familiar smell of rubber, metal, grease and sawdust, the concoction reminding him of childhood and home. Read full article >>
Japers' Rink Oct 22, 2014

Tonight's 8-Bit Lines: Laich Out, Beagle In as Western Trip Begins

Per Mike Vogel, Jay Beagle will make his season debut taking Brooks Laich's spot on the second/third/whatever line (with Laich having been placed on IR), and Michael Latta draws in for Chris Brown on the fourth line. Otherwise, it's status quo (at least to start), so expect the Caps to look something like this: Alex Ovechkin - Nicklas Backstrom - Troy Brouwer Jason Chimera - Eric Fehr - Joel Ward Marcus Johansson - Andre Burakovsky - Jay Beagle Liam O`Brien - Evgeny Kuznetsov - Michael Latta Brooks Orpik - John Carlson Karl Alzner - Matt Niskanen Nate Schmidt -...
Washington Post Oct 22, 2014

Caps Insider: Excited Jay Beagle is excited to make his exciting season debut

EDMONTON, CANADA — When the Washington Capitals took the Verizon Center ice for their season opener two weeks ago, introduced separately for individual recognition, Jay Beagle stood on the bench, dressed in a suit, wishing he could be wearing skates instead. The public address announcer had called Beagle’s name, just like for all the other hurt players, but soon they rode the elevator to the press box, their station for the night. Read full article >>

Excited Jay Beagle is excited to make his exciting season debut

EDMONTON, CANADA — When the Washington Capitals took the Verizon Center ice for their season opener two weeks ago, introduced separately for individual recognition, Jay Beagle stood on the bench, dressed in a suit, wishing he could be wearing skates instead. The public address announcer had called Beagle’s name, just like for all the other […]
Washington Post Oct 21, 2014

Caps Insider: Capitals notes: Brooks Laich tells 106.7 about his left shoulder injury

EDMONTON, Canada — Greetings from Edmonton, or more specifically Edmonton International Airport, where the Washington Capitals will soon arrive, bus to practice — 2 p.m. local time — in nearby LeDuc and officially begin their annual western Canada road trip. Forward Tom Wilson has been turfed to Hershey for a rehabilitation stint, forward Jay Beagle should make his season debut Wednesday night vs. the Oilers and forward Brooks Laich has been shelved, expected back once the Capitals re-enter the United States. Read full article >>

Capitals notes: Brooks Laich tells 106.7 about his left shoulder injury

EDMONTON, Canada — Greetings from Edmonton, or more specifically Edmonton International Airport, where the Washington Capitals will soon arrive, bus to practice — 2 p.m. local time — in nearby LeDuc and officially begin their annual western Canada road trip. Forward Tom Wilson has been turfed to Hershey for a rehabilitation stint, forward Jay Beagle […]
CSN Washington Oct 20, 2014

Jay Beagle working towards making season debut with Caps

Jill Sorenson reports from Capitals practice where forward Jay Beagle is working towards making his season debut.
CSN Washington Oct 20, 2014

Laich won't join Capitals on road trip

The Capitals will be without right winger Brooks Laich for the next three games. Jay Beagle has been asked to replace him.

Trotz: ‘Outside chance’ at Wilson returning on Canada trip

After dumping four players onto injured reserve before the regular season began, the Washington Capitals have enjoyed a relative healthy streak through their first four games. That has resulted in a stable lineup, but will complicate matters once the wounded return. The first batch – forwards Jay Beagle and Tom Wilson – are nearing full […]
Washington Post Oct 16, 2014

Caps Insider: Capitals forward Jay Beagle returning within next several games

Capitals forward Jay Beagle had targeted Thursday to return from an upper-body injury, but will have to wait several more days instead. “That was the goal in my mind,” Beagle said, “Just didn’t work out that way.” Read full article >>

Capitals forward Jay Beagle returning within next several games

Capitals forward Jay Beagle had targeted Thursday to return from an upper-body injury, but will have to wait several more days instead. “That was the goal in my mind,” Beagle said, “Just didn’t work out that way.” Beagle suffered the injury during his second shift in a preseason game at Montreal, but recently has been […]

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