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83 Jay Beagle C
Height/Weight: 6-3/215 | Birthdate: 10/16/1985 | Birthplace: Calgary, Alberta, Canada | Team: Washington Capitals | College: University of Alaska Anchorage | NHL Experience: 6 | Salary: $700,000 | Owned/Started%: 0/0
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3/27/2015

Jay Beagle, C, WAS

Jay Beagle

Caps' Beagle Likely Out Thru Homestand

News: Jay Beagle (shoulder) isn't expected to play next Tuesday against the Hurricanes, but is expected to travel on the team's three-game road trip beginning Thursday in Montreal, Alex Prewitt of the Washington Post reports.
Analysis: The Capitals had previously ruled Jay Beagle out through just the weekend, but since he's yet to begin practicing with the team, it seems safe to conclude he'll be forced to sit out the final game of the homestand as well. Coach Barry Trotz is more optimistic of Beagle's chances of playing during the road trip to follow, but he'll have to begin taking contact within the next few days to warrant serious consideration for a lineup return during the trip.

3/26/2015

Jay Beagle, C, WAS

Jay Beagle

Caps' Beagle Remains Sidelined

News: Jay Beagle is expected to miss at least three more games with what the Washington Post describes an an apparent left shoulder injury.
Analysis: "He's getting closer," coach Barry Trotz said of Jay Beagle on Thursday. "I don't anticipate him playing this weekend, if he did it'd probably be Sunday, but I don't really anticipate that. I expect him early next week sometime." Based on that assessment, Beagle, who last suited up on March 11, doesn't seem likely to return to the Caps' lineup before Tuesday's game against Carolina.

3/23/2015

Jay Beagle, C, WAS

Jay Beagle

Caps' Beagle (Upper-Body) Returns Skating

News: Jay Beagle (upper-body) skated on his own after Monday's practice, Chuck Gormley of CSN Washington reports.
Analysis: Jay Beagle has missed the last five games with the ailment and is not expected to play in the Capitals' next game on Thursday, but is nearing a return. While the Caps will welcome the Alaskan's return to the lineup, his fantasy value is limited to deeper leagues, except if he can find his way back onto a scoring line, which has happened occasionally this season.

3/18/2015

Jay Beagle, C, WAS

Jay Beagle

Caps' Beagle To Miss Two Games

News: Coach Barry Trotz said Jay Beagle (upper body) will miss the next two games, Chuck Gormley of CSN Washington reports.
Analysis: Jay Beagle has yet to resume working out on the ice since suffering the injury last week against the Rangers. He'll be forced to sit out his fourth and fifth consecutive games as a result, though he could be at risk for missing a few more contests beyond that. Trotz is optimistic that Beagle will start skating again at some point next week.

3/14/2015

Jay Beagle, C, WAS

Jay Beagle

Caps' Beagle To Miss Another

News: Jay Beagle (upper body) won't play Sunday against the Bruins, Alex Prewitt of the Washington Post reports.
Analysis: Jay Beagle hasn't been able to skate since leaving Wednesday's game with the injury. Unless he notices substantial improvement in his condition before the weekend draws to a close, it's probably safe to rule him out for Monday's game against the Sabres, as well.

3/13/2015

Jay Beagle, C, WAS

Jay Beagle

Caps Rule Beagle Out For Friday

News: Jay Beagle (upper body) will not play Friday against the Stars, Alex Prewitt of the Washington Post reports.
Analysis: Coach Barry Trotz labeled Jay Beagle as "very doubtful" to play on Thursday, so it doesn't come as much of a surprise that the forward will be forced to sit out. With both Beagle and Michael Latta (upper body) unavailable due to injuries, the Capitals recalled Andre Burakovsky from AHL Hershey on an emergency basis to help fill out the fourth line Friday.

3/12/2015

Jay Beagle, C, WAS

Jay Beagle

Caps' Beagle (Upper-Body)

News: Coach Barry Trotz said Jay Beagle, who exited Wednesday's game against the Rangers with an upper-body injury, is "very doubtful" for Friday's game against Dallas, Alex Prewitt of The Washington Post reports.
Analysis: Jay Beagle had been centering the second line between Curtis Glencross and Troy Brouwer in recent games, which was certainly a boost to his fantasy value. It's unclear where in the lineup he will find himself upon returning, but if this injury knocks him off of a scoring line, then his value will decline significantly. Beagle is currently enjoying a terrific season by his standards, with a career high 10 goals and 20 points in 62 games for the Capitals. He's being considered day-to-day at this time, but it will be difficult to gauge a return date for him until he gets back on the ice for practice.

3/11/2015

Jay Beagle, C, WAS

Jay Beagle

Capitals' Beagle Exits With Upper-Body Injury

News: Jay Beagle suffered an upper-body injury in Wednesday's game against the Rangers and will not return.
Analysis: The extent of Jay Beagle's injury is uncertain, but the Capitals figure to provide an update on his status after he is examined by team doctors Thursday.

3/8/2015

Jay Beagle, C, WAS

Jay Beagle

Caps' Beagle Contributes Two Points In Win

News: Jay Beagle recorded a goal, assist, and four shots on goal in Saturday's 6-1 demolition of the Sabres.
Analysis: Jay Beagle's 10th goal of the season held up as the game-winning tally, which came about 20 minutes after he set up Curtis Glencross' equalizer. Though he's remained largely in a bottom-six role this season, Beagle has shown a dash of offensive upside, generating 20 points over 61 games. He's already doubled his scoring output from any of his previous six seasons.

2/12/2015

Jay Beagle, C, WAS

Jay Beagle

Three Points For Caps' Beagle

News: Jay Beagle fired home a pair of goals, chipped in an assist and skated to a plus-3 rating in Wednesday's 5-4 OT win over the Sharks.
Analysis: What a night for Jay Beagle, who upped his numbers to nine goals and eight assists in 50 games this year. Up until this season's 17-point "outburst", the seventh-year NHLer had never recorded more than nine points in a campaign, so it's tough to declare any sort of breakout here, especially since his 13.8 shooting percentage is markedly higher than his career average of 8.1.

1/30/2015

Jay Beagle, C, WAS

Jay Beagle

Caps' Beagle Skating With Ovechkin, Backstrom

News: Jay Beagle took line rushes with Alex Ovechkin and Nicklas Backstrom during Friday's practice, Alex Prewitt of The Washington Post reports.
Analysis: Jay Beagle played alongside Ovechkin and Backstrom during Washington's 4-0 victory over Pittsburgh on Wednesday, replacing rookie Andre Burakovsky, who had been entrenched on the top unit in games prior. It's worth noting that Burakovsky also practiced with the Capitals' top duo, so it's unclear what the top line will be for the Capitals as they face Montreal and St. Louis this weekend. As long as Beagle is getting such a prominent assignment, he's worth a look in deeper leagues, but it's hard to see this as more than a short-term experiment.

1/12/2015

Jay Beagle, C, WAS

Jay Beagle

Caps' Beagle Scores In Win

News: Jay Beagle notched his sixth goal of the season in Monday's 2-1 win over the Avalanche.
Analysis: Jay Beagle's already set a career-high in both goals and points with six and 12 respectively, and is on pace to end up around the 25-point mark by the season's end. The 29-year-old still remains mostly a non-factor for fantasy owners except in deeper formats.

12/21/2014

Jay Beagle, C, WAS

Jay Beagle

Beagle Collects Two Assists For Caps

News: Jay Beagle assisted on two goals in Saturday's win over the Devils.
Analysis: Both of Jay Beagle's tallies came on scores by Nicklas Backstrom. The 29-year-old typically doesn't see much ice time with the likes of Backstrom and Alex Ovechkin, but Saturday's strong showing might prompt coach Barry Trotz to reconsider his line arrangements.

12/5/2014

Jay Beagle, C, WAS

Jay Beagle

Beagle Scores In Capitals' Win Over Carolina

News: Jay Beagle scored a goal in Washington's 2-1 win over Carolina on Thursday.
Analysis: The goal give Jay Beagle three for the season, which isn't too bad for a fourth-line player who missed the first month of the season with an injury. Although these may be timely contributions for a struggling Capitals team, Beagle remains largely irrelevant from a fantasy perspective unless he can move up the ranks and secure more significant ice time.

10/20/2014

Jay Beagle, C, WAS

Jay Beagle

Caps Activate Beagle

News: Jay Beagle (upper body) will be activated from IR prior to Wednesday's game against the Oilers, Alex Prewitt of the Washington Post reports.
Analysis: Jay Beagle will take the place of the injured Brooks Laich (upper body), who will make the move to IR for at least the next week. Beagle is expected to skate on the second line alongside Marcus Johansson and Andre Burakovsky.

10/20/2014

Jay Beagle, C, WAS

Jay Beagle

Caps' Beagle Practices

News: Jay Beagle (upper body) was a full participant in Monday's practice, Alex Prewitt of the Washington Post reports.
Analysis: The winger has yet to make his season debut due to an upper body, but should be back in the lineup this week after participating fully in Monday's practice. He'll still need to be activated off IR in the coming days before he can return, so watch out for a roster move in the near future.

10/16/2014

Jay Beagle, C, WAS

Jay Beagle

Capitals' Beagle Could Return This Weekend

News: Jay Beagle (upper body) could return to action Saturday, Alex Prewitt of the Washington Post reports.
Analysis: Jay Beagle will miss at least one more game Thursday night, but he could be activated from injured reserve before the game that follows. If Beagle does not play Saturday, he should be able to sometime next week, as head coach Barry Trotz expects him to play sometime during the Capitals' upcoming road trip that begins next Wednesday.

10/13/2014

Jay Beagle, C, WAS

Jay Beagle

Caps' Beagle Targeting Return This Week

News: Jay Beagle (upper body) is expected to return sometime this week, Alex Prewitt of the Washington Post reports.
Analysis: The Caps play at home Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday against the Sharks, Devils, and Panthers, and Jay Beagle is aiming for one of those games to return to the lineup. Beagle will serve as a depth center upon his return.

10/10/2014

Jay Beagle, C, WAS

Jay Beagle

Caps' Beagle Practices Friday

News: Jay Beagle (upper body) took part in practice Friday, Alex Prewitt of the Washington Post reports.
Analysis: Though Jay Beagle is opening the season on injured reserve, it doesn't sound like the Capitals are projecting an especially lengthy absence for him. He could be activated at some point next week.

10/7/2014

Jay Beagle, C, WAS

Jay Beagle

Caps Place Beagle On IR

News: Jay Beagle (upper body) was placed on injured reserve Tuesday, Alex Prewitt of the Washington Post reports.
Analysis: Jay Beagle wasn't expected to return to action until late next week at the earliest, so his deactivation will allow the Capitals to retain eight defensemen for the time being. The forward reported some improvement with his injury Tuesday, after he was able to skate prior to the Capitals' practice.

10/7/2014

Jay Beagle, C, WAS

Jay Beagle

Capitals' Beagle Targeting Oct. 14 Debut

News: Jay Beagle (upper body) is hoping to make his season debut Oct. 14, Alex Prewitt of The Washington Post reports.
Analysis: Jay Beagle has not been officially ruled out for Thursday's season opener, but it appears he will sit out the Capitals' first two games of the season before potentially returning for the team's third contest of the regular season.

10/4/2014

Jay Beagle, C, WAS

Jay Beagle

Caps' Beagle Likely Out For Season Opener

News: Coach Barry Trotz said Saturday that it's "safe to assume" Jay Beagle (upper body) won't be ready for the Oct. 9 season opener with the Canadiens, Alex Prewitt of the Washington Post reports.
Analysis: Trotz didn't list Jay Beagle among the players he expected to open the season on injured reserve, however, suggesting the forward probably isn't looking at a long-term absence. In any case, with Beagle unlikely to be available to center the fourth line, Michael Latta is expected to assume those duties in the interim.

9/28/2014

Jay Beagle, C, WAS

Jay Beagle

Capitals' Beagle Leaves With Upper-Body Injury

News: Jay Beagle exited Sunday's exhibition game with an upper-body injury.
Analysis: It's not exactly certain what knocked Jay Beagle out of the game, but it may be related to the upper-body issue that kept him out of action earlier this preseason. The Capitals figure to provide an update on Beagle's status after he is reevaluated Monday.

9/27/2014

Jay Beagle, C, WAS

Jay Beagle

Caps' Beagle To Make Preseason Debut Friday

News: Jay Beagle (upper body) will see his first preseason action Friday when the Capitals are visited by the Bruins, Alex Prewitt of The Washington Post reports.
Analysis: Jay Beagle has been dealing with an upper body injury, but has been practicing since Wednesday with no apparent setbacks. Battling for a fourth-line spot on the Capitals' opening night roster, Beagle isn't likely to be a factor in fantasy leagues unless he can move up the ranks and find a consistent scoring touch, but the Capitals will be happy to have him back in the fold.

9/24/2014

Jay Beagle, C, WAS

Jay Beagle

Caps' Beagle Nursing Upper-Body Injury

News: Jay Beagle has missed the Caps' first three preseason contests due to a minor upper-body injury, Alex Prewitt of the Washington Post reports.
Analysis: Coach Barry Trotz seemed to indicate that Jay Beagle was being held out for precautionary purposes, as he's not yet all the way back to 100 percent health. Trotz mentioned that Beagle is expected to play in the team's final five exhibitions, which should give him plenty of time to get ready for the start of the regular season.