The Washington Capitals extended their longest winning streak of the season Thursday night with a 4-3 victory over the Lightning, and nobody is happier about the turnaround than Capitals. If Jay Beagle’s interview with Lavar and Dukes Friday was any indicator, this is a team whose confidence is nearly replenished.
After the most difficult year of his life, the Caps’ Jay Beagle is really excited about this season. . . if there is one.
Arlington, VA-The Washington Capitals announced today that they have re-signed center Jay Beagle to a three-year, 2.7 million dollar contract.
Arlington, VA-The Capitals held their first practice today since their triple overtime loss and have as close to a must win game as you get tomorrow in game four of the Eastern Conference Semifinals.
The Washington Capitals held a full practice today a night after evening the series at two games a piece with a 2-1 win over the Boston Bruins.
Caps Center Jay Beagle’s faceoffs help lift team to 1-1 series tie with Boston.
Arlington, VA-The Washington Capitals held an optional skate today one day after evening up the series at one game a piece after their 2-1 double overtime win over the Boston Bruins.
Washington, DC-The Caps get a point, but lose in overtime as “easy goals” continue to doom the Caps in a 4-3 loss to the Carolina Hurricanes.
Arlington, VA-Michal Neuvirth is starting his sixth straight, Mike Knuble is back out of the line up, as the Caps host the Carolina Hurricanes and try to snap their 120 minute goal-less drought.
Arlington, VA-Mike Knuble is a healthy scratch for the first time this season and the first time in the middle of the season as a Capital.