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NHL PLAYER, Jay Beagle


Born Oct 16, 1985 -- Calgary, Alberta

Jay Beagle currently plays for the Arizona Coyotes of the NHL. The Calgary-native entered the league in 2008 with the Washington Capitals, playing 8 full seasons for the club, before moving in 2018 to the Vancouver Canucks. As of 2021, the gritty forward has gone on to play 613 NHL games, tallying 142 points in that span, along with a 56.7% face-off win percentage.



Beagle takes Stanley Cup home to Calgary August 22, 2018

Jay Beagle was back in his hometown of Calgary this week, and headed over to the Alberta Children’s Hospital with a big surprise: the Stanley Cup. The 32-year-old center, who recently signed a new four-year contract with the Vancouver Canucks, was happy to share his recent exploits with kids at the local hospital. Beagle played a big role in Washington’s Stanley Cup triumph, tallying 2 goals and 6 assists while centering the Caps’ 4th line.

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Stanley Cup champion Beagle signs new deal with Canucks July 04, 2018

Jay Beagle signed a 4-year, $12 million contract with the Vancouver Canucks on Sunday, after helping guide the Washington Capitals to their first ever Stanley Cup conquest. The 32-year-old checking center played a crucial role in Washington Stanley Cup run, playing a key role defending against the opposition’s best forwards while chipping in offensively. In 23 playoff games, the native of Calgary, Alberta tallied 2 goals and 6 assists, including a game-winning goal.

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Jay Beagle creates history in Capitals' triumph June 11, 2018

Jay Beagle created professional hockey history last week, after his Washington Capitals claimed their first ever Stanley Cup title. With the win, the 32-year-old center became the first player ever to take home an NHL, AHL, and ECHL championship.  The Calgary-native played in all but one of Washington 24 playoff games, tallying 8 points (2 goals, 6 assists), a +7 rating and 1 game-winning goal in that span.

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