The Washington Capitals lost to the Vegas Golden Knights by a score of 4-3 on Sunday afternoon. Early in the first period, Capitals forward Jay Beagle made an outstanding defensive play to keep his team up by one goal, diving to make a incredible goal line save to prevent the Golden Knights first goal of the game.
Beagle, 32, signed as an undrafted free agent with the Capitals in 2008. He has five goals and and ten assists for a total of 15 points in 51 games played so far this season. In 443 games played in the NHL, the Calgary, Alberta native scored 49 goals and 60 assists for a total of 109 points. He also added 11 points in 62 playoff games.
The Capitals are currently first in the Metropolitan division with a record of 30-17-5. Vegas are still rolling in their inaugural season, as they're still first in the Pacific division with a record of 35-13-4.
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