Beagle (illness) will not play on Tuesday.
Beagle (hand) returns to the Capitals lineup on Sunday.
Beagle has been out since December 30th, but will return this afternoon in Chicago. He is a fourth liner and a third liner on his best days, but has just 12 points (6G / 6A) in 36 games this season and is not a legitimate fantasy commodity.
Beagle (upper-body) will undergo surgery and is out indefinitely.
Beagle will be out for an “extended period of time” because whatever his upper-body ailment is, requires surgery. Beagle will be moved to IR so the Capitals can recall a forward from Hershey (AHL).
Beagle (upper-body) is on the ice for warmups; expected to play.
Beagle left the morning skate with an injury, but he will play tonight in Detroit. Beagle has two goals and two assists in 13 games this season.
Source: John Vogl 11/11/15, 5:11 am EST
Beagle (upper-body) will be a game-time decision on Tuesday.
Beagle reaggravated an old injury in Tuesday’s morning skate and is listed as a game-time decision for tonight’s contest. If Beagle is unable to play, look for Michael Latta to be bumped up to the third line and for Chandler Stephenson to get back into the lineup.
The Capitals have re-signed Jay Beagle to a three-year deal worth $5.25M.
Beagle (undisclosed) will not play on Friday.
Beagle won't play tonight but could be available for Sunday's game. Beagle had been centring the second line, so he will be replaced by Evgeny Kuznetsov.
Beagle (upper-body) will be activated from IR and make his season debut on Wednesday.
Beagle has not played this season because of an upper-body injury, but he will be activated and take Brooks Laich's spot in the lineup vs. the Oilers on Wednesday. This is perfect timing for Beagle who is from Calgary, Albert and will take on the Oilers on Wednesday and Flames on Friday.
With Michael Latta being reassigned Jay Beagle will make his first 2013-14 appearance for the Capitals.
Beagle has just nine goals and nine assists in 130 career NHL games.
Source: Mike Vogel 10/3/13, 1:43 pm EST
#Caps lines: 26-83-20
Beagle gets a promotion to the third line. He has one assist through 24 games.
Jay Beagle is the Caps healthy scratch tonight. He has one assist in 17 games.
Source: Mike Vogel 02/18/12, 1:44 pm EST
Jay Beagle on ice for #Caps warmups and Mike Knuble does not appear to be. Looks like another healthy scratch.
With Knuble out, look for Jay Beagle to play on the fourth line. He has one assist in 14 games.
Mike Knuble will be healthy scratch for #Caps vs Winnipeg tonight.
With Knuble out, look for Jay Beagle to play on the fourth line. He has one assist in 13 games.
Source: Mike Vogel 02/9/12, 5:59 am EST
John Erskine and Jay Beagle are taking part in extra work. #caps
Looks like Beagle is the odd-man out up front for the Caps. He has an assist in 13 games.
No B. Laich here at #Caps practice. Lines: Knuble-Aucoin-Beagle
Looks like Beagle gets back in the lineup. He has one assist in 13 games.
Beagle and Erskine out.
Beagle is (again) the odd-man out tonight. He has an assist in 13 games.
Jay Beagle will sit this one out.
Beagle is the odd-man out tonight. He has an assist in 13 games.
Source: Mike Vogel 01/31/12, 7:24 am EST
Looks like Jay Beagle out.
Beagle continues to sit out back-to-back games. He has no points over 11 games.
Beagle gets the night off, #Caps didn't want him in b2b gms so quickly after returning from the concussion.
The Caps will play it safe with their fourth liner and bench him on consecutive nights.
Perreault says he's out tonight. So it sure looks like Jay Beagle is ready to return, but it's always possible the #Caps recall someone.
Expect Beagle to center the fourth line tonight. He last played on October 13th.