The expanded stage of the Stanley Cup Playoffs makes events during — and outside of — NHL games more magnified. But this second round has seen a couple interesting breaks in the action that would make headlines no matter what time of year they occurred. Here are the most bizarre highlights from Round 2 thus far.Roman Josi Hops On The Wrong BenchIt was already a bit quirky that...
Jay Beagle served as a human pincushion for hockey sticks during Thursday night’s Washington Capitals-Pittsburgh Penguins game. The veteran Capitals forward’s first brush with lumber came during the second period, when Kris Letang’s stick somehow became lodged in the space between Beagle’s helmet and visor. “It was weird,” Beagle told reporters after the game, via The...
Washington Capitals center Jay Beagle found himself in an awkward position Thursday night when an opposing player's stick got caught inside his helmet visor. It happened late in the second period as the Capitals took on Pittsburgh in Game 1 of their NHL second round playoff series. Beagle banged into Penguins defenseman Kris Letang along the boards and somehow skated away with his...
Jay Beagle was a key to Washington's Game 1 win. He talks, among other things, about the importance of getting that win.
WASHINGTON — How many ways can a hockey player disarm his opponent without grabbing the stick with his hands? Washington Capitals right winger Jay Beagle seems determined to find out. Twice on Thursday night, Beagle found himself the unwilling recipient of a Pittsburgh Penguins stick. The first situation occurred as time ticked down in the second period: You gotta see this...
With a name like Jay Beagle, it is taking everything in me to not make a joke about fetch. Get it? His last name is a type of dog! Now that we have that behind us, this has to be one of the goofiest moments of the playoffs thus far. Anytime a player’s stick gets caught somewhere the results are very, very funny. This was a big moment in the game too. Luckily it didn’t have an...
Jay Beagle had a bizarre equipment malfunction
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Jay Beagle's putt-putt goal was the first power play goal of his NHL career, and only second of his pro career.
Jay Beagle talks about his eye-opening moment in Game 1, including the goal that helped to seal Washington's win.
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