On June 7 in Las Vegas, Jay Beagle was in a Capitals uniform as they hoisted their first Stanley Cup in franchise history. Three weeks later, the 33-year-old signed a four-year, $12-million contract with the Vancouver Canucks.
The Capitals begin a four-game, Canadian road trip this evening in Vancouver. Beagle did not attend the Capitals ring ceremony at the Palm three weeks ago so the Caps awarded Beagle with his ring today.
Beags gets his bling 🐶💍 pic.twitter.com/6ayKfH6mLB— NBC Sports Capitals (@NBCSCapitals) October 22, 2018
Each ring contains 252 diamonds, 35 rubies and one sapphire. Beagle was impressed but isn't sure how much use the ring will get.
“Not sure I’ll wear it again. It’s like wearing my truck.”
Jay Beagle will not be on the ice tonight against his former team. Beagle broke his forearm when he blocked a shot against the Florida Panthers on October 13th. Beagle is expected to be sidelined for another five weeks.
Despite the injury, it has still been a great week for Beagle.
Congrats to Jay Beagle as he and his wife welcomed their third child, little baby girl Millie two-days ago. He’s also receiving his Cup ring from the Caps today. #Canucks— Irfaan Gaffar (@irfgaffar) October 22, 2018
A shiny, new ring AND a baby girl. Not too shabby.
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