There's no timeline for Beagle's return to game action, Brendan Batchelor of Sportsnet 650 reports.
Beagle was activated off the NHL's COVID-19 protocols list Tuesday, but he's evidently going to need some time to get back into game shape before returning to the Canucks' lineup. The veteran forward has only picked up five points in 30 games this campaign, so there's no reason for fantasy managers to track his status.
Beagle was activated off the NHL's COVID-19 protocols list Tuesday, Ben Kuzma of The Vancouver Province reports.
The Canucks still have 16 players on the league's protocols list, but the team is still expected to resume practicing Wednesday before potentially returning to action Friday against Edmonton. Beagle's totaled just five points in 30 games this campaign.
Beagle was placed in the NHL's COVID-19 protocol Sunday, Jeff Paterson of TSN 1040 Vancouver reports.
Beagle is still on long-term injured reserve, but he would be eligible to return for Friday's game versus the Golden Knights. The 35-year-old likely won't be ready for that matchup after being placed in protocol Sunday. He's one of 19 Canucks players in the league's protocol.
Beagle (undisclosed) was placed on long-term injured reserve Wednesday, per CapFriendly.
Beagle has been out since March 13 with the injury, but due to the Canucks' light schedule, he's missed only seven games. He'll need to miss at least three more contests and six more days before he's eligible to return. The earliest possible date for Beagle's return is April 6.
Beagle (undisclosed) won't play in Wednesday's game versus the Flames.
Beagle has been skating in a no-contact capacity for nearly a week, but the Canucks are taking a cautious approach with the 35-year-old's return to the lineup. His next chance to play is April 3 against the Oilers.
Beagle (undisclosed) practiced in a no-contact sweater Monday, Thomas Drance of The Athletic Vancouver reports.
This is an encouraging step for Beagle, who has missed the last five games. The 35-year-old will need to practice without limitations before returning to the lineup, so he likely won't be back until next week at the earliest.
Beagle (undisclosed) was placed on injured reserve Friday, according to CapFriendly.
Beagle was already expected to be out until at least March 22, so this doesn't change much about his injury. It's still unclear how severe the injury is or how long the veteran forward is expected to be out. The 35-year-old has five points through 30 games this season.
Beagle (undisclosed) isn't on the Canucks' current four-game road trip, Farhan Lalji of TSN reports.
Beagle has already missed Vancouver's last two games with an undisclosed issue, and it's safe to assume he'll miss the team's next three contests at a minimum considering he isn't travelling with his teammates. The veteran pivot has totaled five points in 30 games this year.
Beagle hasn't found the scoresheet in the past 13 contests.
Beagle had a nice offensive run starting in late January, scoring five points in a six-game span. However, that stretch is the only offense he's provided, as he has five points in 26 outings. The shutdown center doesn't provide much value in standard leagues, and his biggest asset is his faceoff win percentage at 55 percent.
Beagle scored a goal in Monday's 6-2 loss to the Canadiens.
The Canucks' top six forwards were silenced by Carey Price, as Beagle and Adam Gaudette accounted for the visitors' scoring. The 35-year-old Beagle has four points, eight shots on goal and 17 hits through 12 contests. He operates in a defense-first role on the fourth line, so most fantasy managers can leave Beagle on the waiver wire.
Beagle registered two assists and a plus-2 rating in Wednesday's 5-1 win over the Senators.
Beagle had a hand in both of Tyler Motte's tallies in the contest. Playing against the Senators has been good to Beagle -- all three of his assists this season have come in the last two games. He's added seven shots on goal, 14 hits and a plus-2 rating through nine outings overall.
Beagle recorded an assist and three hits in Monday's 7-1 win over the Senators.
Beagle set up Tyler Motte for what was the game-winning goal at 14:08 of the first period. The 35-year-old Beagle has worked in a fourth-line role this season. The assist was his first point of the year in addition to his five shots on goal, four PIM and 13 hits.
Beagle scored a goal and added an assist in Friday's 6-2 win over the Blues in Game 6.
Beagle opened the scoring with an unassisted goal at 3:45 of the first period. He later helped out on a Tyler Motte goal in the third. The 34-year-old Beagle's pair of points were his first contributions on the scoresheet in 10 playoff outings. He's added a plus-3 rating and 21 hits from a fourth-line role.
Beagle (hand) will be in action for Game 1 against the Blues on Wednesday.
Beagle didn't offer much in terms of offensive production versus the Wild during the play-in round, as he was held without a point and registered just three shots. The Calgary native figures to slot into a fourth-line role for the club now that Adam Gaudette is healthy and available.
Beagle (hand) blocked a shot against the Wild in Game 4 on Friday, raising questions about his availability for Round 1 against St. Louis starting Wednesday, TSN Radio Vancouver reports.
Beagle managed just three shots during the four-game series against the Wild while dishing out four hits, four blocks and two PIM. With Adam Gaudette good to go, Beagle figures to stick in a bottom-six role even if cleared to play.
Beagle (undisclosed) has returned to the ice as part of the Canucks' Phase 2 skates, Thomas Drance of The Athletic Vancouver reports.
Beagle missed the last five games prior to the league going on hiatus due to an undisclosed injury but was considered day-to-day at the time. With the extra months to get healthy, the veteran center will likely have to earn a spot in the lineup during training camp, which means he's a high-risk selection in playoff pools with little reward considering his offensive limitations.
Per Brendan Batchelor of Sportsnet 650, Beagle (undisclosed) isn't taking part in line rushes during morning skate, which suggests he'll miss a fifth straight game Tuesday against the Islanders.
The Canucks have yet to release any details regarding an expected timetable for Beagle's return, but there's no reason for fantasy owners to track his recovery, as he's only totaled eight points in 55 games this season. Another update on the veteran forward should surface once he's cleared to rejoin the lineup.
Beagle (undisclosed) won't be in the lineup for Sunday's home game against Columbus.
The specifics of the injury remain unclear, as Beagle is set to miss his fourth straight contest. The veteran's absence likely won't continue to affect much from a fantasy perspective, as he's accumulated just eight points in 55 games. Beagle's next chance to suit up is in Tuesday's game against the Islanders.
Beagle (undisclosed) is in line to miss another game Friday against the Avalanche, Ben Kuzma of The Vancouver Province reports.
Beagle is set for his third consecutive absence just after he had pieced together a stretch of three points over a five-game span. Still, it's unlikely the veteran pivot's unavailability will have a major effect on fantasy plans given his eight points (two goals, six assists) over 55 contests.
Beagle (undisclosed) won't be in the lineup for Wednesday's clash with Arizona.
Beagle will miss his second straight game due to his undisclosed injury. Prior to getting hurt, the center notched three points in his last five contests while filling a bottom-six role. With Beagle unavailable, Adam Gaudette figures to see the biggest uptick in ice time.
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