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Capitals center Jay Beagle (83) made the NHL roster this season largely because of his commitment to conditioning and nutrition. He'll be counted on for energy bursts to get to loose pucks and to play the body as a skater on the fourth line. (Associated Press)

Capitals center Jay Beagle (83) made the NHL roster this season largely because of his commitment to conditioning and nutrition. He'll be counted on for energy bursts to get to loose pucks and to play the body as a skater on the fourth line. (Associated Press)

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