"I've always said when you're getting chances you're doing the right things," Beagle said. "It's when you're not getting the chances that you have to tweak something. Finally I got a nice bounce to go in, and it felt nice."
"When a penalty comes, the penalty killers go out there and try to do a job, just like the power play tries to go out for us when they take a penalty and try to put one in the back of their net," said Jay Beagle, part of the top penalty-kill unit with center Eric Fehr unavailable because of an injury. "You don't pay attention to streaks and that stuff at this time of the year. We've got to get a job done. We're playing well on the P.K. and we've got to keep it going."