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Washington Post Nov 20, 2014

Caps Insider: Capitals seeking more production from Ovechkin, Backstrom on top line

DENVER — Over their past three games, the Capitals, hamstrung against tight-checking teams and jammed neutral zones, have scored two regulation goals. All three total goals against Arizona, St. Louis and New Jersey, including Eric Fehr’s overtime winner Tuesday night in the desert, have come from forwards on Washington’s bottom two lines: Fehr, Joel Ward and Jay Beagle. Not since the Nov. 11 win over Columbus have the Capitals’ top-six forwards produced a goal. Read full article >>
Japers' Rink Nov 19, 2014

Wednesday Caps Clips: Coyote Ugly Win

Daily Washington Capitals news and notes: Eric Fehr helps snap the Caps' losing streak in overtime, a bevy of blueliner updates and more. Your savory breakfast links: Recaps and other assorted musings on last night's overtime win from us (QuickCap, Recap), Vogs, Monumental video (Trotz, Beagle, Holtby, Honest Abe Wilson), NHL.com, AP, WaPo (gamer, blog), Arizona Republic, Frankovic, BrooksLaichyear, RMNB, GM on a Couch, and Five for Howling.  Don't look now, but Jay Beagle is on pace for about 12 goals this year. [Monumental video] Fist-bumps all around!...

Trotz pleased with Jay Beagle’s effort on first line

The self-awareness upon which Jay Beagle erected his NHL career came buttressed by the fast realization he would never become someone who scored goals. He could skate forever, lungs trained in the thin mountain air of Calgary. He could kill penalties and vulture pucks and summon all manner of puns connecting his surname with the […]
Japers' Rink Nov 11, 2014

Tonight's 8-Bit Lines: Jay Beagle, Top-Line Winger

Per Alex Prewitt, Tom Wilson and Brooks Laich will sit out against the Blue Jackets with various bumps and bruises... which means a return to everyone's favorite thing in the world, Jay Beagle back on the top line. With that little addition (and Braden Holtby back between the pipes), here's what tonight's lines and defensive pairings should look like: Alex Ovechkin - Nicklas Backstrom - Jay Beagle Marcus Johansson - Andre Burakovsky- Troy Brouwer Jason Chimera - Eric Fehr - Joel Ward Liam O'Brien - Evgeny Kuznetsov - Michael Latta Brooks Orpik - John Carlson Karl...
CSN Washington Nov 10, 2014

Wilson's absence means promotion for Beagle

Injuries have forced the Capitals to rearrange their forward lines. Jay Beagle got a promotion.
Washington Post Nov 6, 2014

Jay Beagle, Michael Latta and Liam O’Brien stand out in Capitals’ loss to Calgary

Michael Latta tried to remember the noise, but could not. Had the crowd Tuesday night at Verizon Center, Latta wondered, really stood and cheered his fourth line, recognizing a long offensive zone occupation? “Nah, I didn’t hear it,” Latta said, but over in the next locker stall, Nate Schmidt said he did. Though, the defenseman admitted, maybe it was because he was hollering, too. Read full article >>
Rotoworld Oct 25, 2014

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 Oct 25, 2014

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 Oct 25, 2014

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 >>

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Capitals Player News

  • 4

    Matt Niskanen

    Caps Insider: Capitals needed ‘greasy’ goals in loss to Sabres

  • 2

    Brooks Orpik

    Matt Niskanen scores first goal with the Capitals, looks for more shots

  • 1

    Braden Holtby

    Does Capitals' Holtby have his 'swagger' back?

  • Brooks Laich

    Capitals reassign Chris Brown to AHL, paving way for Brooks Laich’s return

  • Eric Fehr

    After game-winner, Eric Fehr tries to stay ‘even keel’ during ‘tough’ early season

  • Jay Beagle

    Caps Insider: Capitals seeking more production from Ovechkin, Backstrom on top line

  • Karl Alzner

    As Karl Alzner adapts to new system, Coach Barry Trotz’s would like to see more physical play

  • Jack Hillen

    Trotz pleased with Tom Wilson’s return, wants ‘more of our guys to stick up for him’

  • Aaron Volpatti

    Nearing return from neck surgery, Aaron Volpatti has patience tested

  • Michael Latta

    Jay Beagle, Michael Latta and Liam O’Brien stand out in Capitals’ loss to Calgary