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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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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.

4/11/2014

Jay Beagle, C, WAS

Jay Beagle

Beagle Boosts Caps

News: Jay Beagle scored twice in Friday's 4-0 win over Chicago, doubling his goal total for the season.
Analysis: Jay Beagle had been amazingly quiet of late despite playing with Alexander Ovechkin for several games. He's a versatile forward who skews more toward the defensive side of the puck, as he has not cracked 10 points in any of the last four seasons but sits one point away after Friday's game.

3/22/2014

Jay Beagle, C, WAS

Jay Beagle

Capitals Stick With Beagle As Ovechkin's Pivot

News: Jay Beagle will continue to play on a line with Alex Ovechkin and Marcus Johansson, Capitals head coach Adam Oates said Saturday in a pregame media scrum with Monumental Network
Analysis: The Capitals' bench boss says he likes Jay Beagle's relentless puck pursuit and believes it's good for skilled players like Ovechkin and Johansson to play with that kind of player from time to time. He also reminded that keeping Ovechkin apart from usual center Nicklas Backstrom creates matchup problems for the opposing team. The move has not provided dividends, but as long as Beagle is getting increased minutes and playing with talented players like Ovechkin and Johansson, his value should get a boost in the short term. He may be worth a look in deeper formats as long as this trend continues.

2/6/2014

Jay Beagle, C, WAS

Jay Beagle

Capitals Shuffle Beagle Back To Fourth Line

News: Jay Beagle was back to his usual spot on the team's fourth line at practice prior to Thursday night's game against Winnipeg, Katie Carrera of the Washington Post reports.
Analysis: Jay Beagle enjoyed a brief stint on the team's second line with Marcus Johansson and Troy Brouwer in the wake of injuries to Mikhail Grabovski and Brooks Laich. However, with the unit failing to generate chances in the Capitals' 1-0 loss to the Islanders on Tuesday, the coaching staff has again shuffled the deck and put Beagle back on the fourth line. His fantasy upside will remain limited as long as he is there.

1/28/2014

Jay Beagle, C, WAS

Jay Beagle

Capitals' Beagle Seeing Increased Role

News: With injuries to Mikhail Grabovski and Broos Laich, Jay Beagle is getting a look on the team's third line with Jason Chimera and rookie Tom Wilson, Chuck Gormley of Comcast SportsNet Washington reports.
Analysis: Jay Beagle has performed quite well in recent games. He's skating hard and making smart decisions with and without the puck, and his coaches are rewarding his effort. "We put them [Beagle and Wilson] with Chimmer all of a sudden you have three fast guys that are big and strong that if they can continue to protect the puck and put it in the right spots they can be a pretty dominant line," head coach Adam Oates told Gormley. Beagle logged 13:15 in ice-time in Montreal's game with Grabovski out of the lineup while netting a nice backhand goal on two shots. Even so, he remain a reach even in deeper leagues, although the situation is worth watching.

11/29/2013

Jay Beagle, C, WAS

Jay Beagle

Caps' Beagle To Play Friday

News: Jay Beagle will join the lineup to center Jason Chimera and Joel Ward in Friday's game against Montreal, Katie Carrera of The Washington Post reports.
Analysis: Brooks Laich is unavailable to play due to lower body tightness, putting Jay Beagle in action for the first time since Oct. 16.

10/30/2013

Jay Beagle, C, WAS

Jay Beagle

Caps' Beagle Misses Practice

News: Jay Beagle sat out Wednesday's practice due to sickness, Katie Carrera of the Washington Post reports.
Analysis: Since the Caps don't play until Friday against the Flyers, Jay Beagle's status is completely up in the air at this point. Hopefully his illness isn't serious, but the only thing to do now is wait and find out.

2/27/2013

Jay Beagle, C, WAS

Jay Beagle

Caps' Beagle Picks Up Assist Wednesday

News: Jay Beagle tallied an assist on the Caps' only goal in Wednesday's loss to Philadelphia.
Analysis: The point was only Jay Beagle's fourth of the season, so temper your expectations in terms of future output as he's showing little reason to be excited even in the deepest of formats.

7/5/2012

Jay Beagle, C, WAS

Jay Beagle

Caps Extend Beagle

News: Jay Beagle has signed a three-year extension with the Capitals, the team's official site reported Thursday.
Analysis: Jay Beagle set career marks for goals (four) and points (five) in 41 games last season. The 26-year-old notched his first career playoff goal and assist during the postseason, and finished the year with the team's second best face-off percentage (57.7%).

6/18/2012

Jay Beagle, C, WAS

Jay Beagle

Beagle Receives Qualifying Offer From Caps

News: Jay Beagle (foot) has been given a qualifying offer of $577,500 by the Capitals.
Analysis: Jay Beagle broke his foot in the playoffs but is expected to be fully healed by the start of the season. He came on strong under Dale Hunter, especially in penalty killing, and is likely to negotiate a salary a bit higher than the figure originally offered by the Caps.

5/15/2012

Jay Beagle, C, WAS

Jay Beagle

Caps' Beagle Has Broken Foot

News: Jay Beagle broke his foot in the second period of Game 5 versus the Rangers. He finished the game but was unable to return for Game 6 or 7.
Analysis: Jay Beagle said the hardest part of having a broken foot wasn't playing on it for two periods but was missing the last two games of the series that eventually eliminated the Caps from the postseason. He had surgery on his foot and will likely miss the next four to six weeks of workouts. Beagle said he will be able to go for training camp however.

5/12/2012

Jay Beagle, C, WAS

Jay Beagle

Caps' Beagle Unlikely For Saturday

News: Jay Beagle (lower-body injury) is doubtful for Game 7 against the Rangers, Washington Post's Katie Carrera reports.
Analysis: Jay Beagle has not skated in the past few days and his return is unlikely. He had just four goals and one assist during the regular season. Jeff Halpern took Beagle's spot in Game 6 and will likely replace him in the finale against the Rangers on Saturday.

5/11/2012

Jay Beagle, C, WAS

Jay Beagle

Caps' Beagle Doesn't Practice Friday

News: Jay Beagle (lower body) did not practice Friday, Rob Carlin of Comcast Sportsnet reports.
Analysis: Jay Beagle's availability for Saturday's pivotal Game 7 in Madison Square Garden looks doubtful at this point. The 26-year-old was forced to miss Game 6 with the injury, but the Capitals stayed alive by winning 2-1.

5/10/2012

Jay Beagle, C, WAS

Jay Beagle

Capitals' Beagle Listed As Day-To-Day

News: Jay Beagle's status has been listed as day-to-day, The Washington Post reports.
Analysis: Jay Beagle did not play in Game 6 of the Capitals' series with New York after suffering a leg injury while blocking a shot in Game 5. His status remains uncertain for the decisive Game 7, and when asked if Beagle would attempt to practice Friday, Capitals coach Dale Hunter said, "We don't know for sure yet."

5/10/2012

Jay Beagle, C, WAS

Jay Beagle

Washington's Beagle Misses Game 6 With Lower Body Injury

News: Jay Beagle (lower body) missed Wednesday's Game 6 against the Rangers due to a lower body injury, the team's official website reports.
Analysis: He gave it a go in Wednesday's morning skate, but was not able to dress for the game that night. The center has yet to register a point in the postseason, and collected only five points during the regular season.