Beagle (hand) skated on his own prior to Tuesday's practice, Chuck Gormley of CSN Washington reports. Beagle returns to the ice following surgery on Jan.2, but is till several weeks away from returning to action. Beagle had six goals and 12 points in 36 games prior to the injury.
Beagle (hand) had successful hand surgery Saturday and is expected to resume "full hockey activities" in six weeks. Beagle sustained the injury late in the second period of Thursday's win over the Sabres and is expected to resume off ice workouts some time next week. The Capitals will miss the Calgary native's defensive prowess, as well as his timely offensive contributions that had him on pace for a career year prior to the injury. Zach Sill figures to remain in the lineup for the time being, although the coaching staff will likely rotate players in from AHL Hershey to try and fill the void.
Beagle (upper body) was placed on injured reserve on Thursday, Isabelle Khurshudyan of the Washington Post reports. Beagle suffered an upper body injury that was immediately expected to keep him out "an extended period of time," so his placement on IR means that he'll miss at least a week of action. The club recalled Aaron Ness in a corresponding move Thursday.
Beagle (upper body) will be out "an extended period of time," CSN Mid-Atlantic reports. Beagle does not do much in the goal or assist departments, but the Capitals will be without their dependable third-line center for at least a few weeks due to the upper body injury he suffered in Wednesday's game.
Beagle (upper body) has been ruled out of the remainder of Wednesday's game against the Sabres. The exact nature and severity of Beagle's ailment remains unclear, but its apparently serious enough to hold the 30-year-old forward out of the remainder of Wednesday's tilt. Beagle will be re-evaluated prior to Thursday's matchup with Carolina, but his status for that contest is in serious doubt at this juncture.
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