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Capitals fans salute Jay Beagle in return to Washington

Capitals fans salute Jay Beagle in return to Washington

Watch as Jay Beagle gets a loud ovation from the fans in Washington and also a hug form Alex Ovechkin. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
Vancouver Courier Jan 17, 2019
With Horvat hurting, Canucks call up Kero as a precaution

With Horvat hurting, Canucks call up Kero as a precaution

The theory behind the Canucks’ top-four centres heading into the season was to use Brandon Sutter and Jay Beagle primarily in a defensive role, freeing up Bo Horvat and Elias Pettersson for more offensive usage. The construction of the Canucks’ roster is a throwback to a pure top-six/bottom-six dichotomy, something that has been abandoned by some of the best teams in the NHL. Unfortunately, the Canucks haven’t been able to truly test whether their throwback approach will work because the four centres have rarely been healthy at the same time.

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