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Topic - Jay Beagle
As part of our summer countdown series, Chuck Gormley breaks down his Top 25 impact players for the Washington Capitals, No. 22: Michael Latta.
Capitals center Jay Beagle began the season as a healthy scratch. He ended it as a top-six forward.
Center Peter LeBlanc will become the ninth rookie to make his NHL regular season debut on Sunday against the Tampa Bay Lightning.
Jay Beagle couldn't get his third goal of the game, but after defeating the Blackhawks he said, "two is special."
The playoff-bound Chicago Blackhawks were coasting, and the out-of-it Washington Capitals were trying to act like a team that still had heart.
With the window of opportunity closing and a playoff berth slipping away, the Capitals fell to New Jersey, 2-1, on Friday night. Analysis here.
The Capitals will be without Patrick Wey when they face the equally desperate Dallas Stars tonight at Verizon Center. Catch the action beginning with Caps Central at 6:30 on CSN.
The Capitals managed to fight back to gain a point, but they fell short in a shootout loss to the Predators.
Alex Ovechkin has two goals in nine games. Will he break out of his slump against the Kings tonight? Catch the action beginning at 6:30 on CSN.
Alex Ovechkin has been scoring less, but the Capitals have been winning more. Why?
Since moving Jay Beagle to the top line the Caps' most offensive unit has not scored an even strength goal. It hasn't allowed one, either.
After recording his first three NHL points, Evgeny Kuznetsov was elevated to the Caps' second line.
Monday’s 3-2 loss to Pittsburgh marked the NHL debut for Caps prospect Evgeny Kuznetsov, the 21-year-old Russian who was a first-round pick in 2010, but took almost four years to arrive in Washington.
Adam Oates says Evgeny Kuznetsov will need to earn his stripes on the fourth line when he makes his NHL debut tonight against the Penguins. Tune in to Caps Central at 6:30 p.m. on CSN.
Jay Beagle was the beneficiary of a sweet dish from Joel Ward that gave the Caps a 3-2 lead against the Flyers.
Defenseman Karl Alzner and center Jay Beagle said the Capitals' lopsided losses to the Blue Jackets stick out in their minds.
"It was obviously special," Beagle said. "The first shift, [Tom Wilson] said the puck was bouncing our way and to push the pace, good things were going to happen. The guys were looking for me all night...It was a fun game to be a part of."