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Coyotes' Jay Beagle: Dealing with lower-body issue

Beagle (lower body) won't play Friday versus Washington, Arizona Coyotes Insider Craig Morgan reports. At this point it isn't clear when Beagle might be ready to return. He's picked up only two points through 33 games this season, so there's no reason for fantasy managers to track his availability.
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Coyotes' Jay Beagle: Exits with lower-body injury

Beagle (lower body) won't return to Wednesday's game versus the Blackhawks. Beagle was hurt in the first period, though there aren't many details regarding his injury. It's unclear if he'll be available to play Friday versus the Capitals.
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Coyotes' Jay Beagle: Draws first assist of season

Beagle notched an assist and went minus-2 in Saturday's 9-1 loss to the Flames. Beagle hadn't posted a point in nine games since he returned from a lower-body injury March 25. The 36-year-old center hasn't done much on offense when healthy, logging just two points in 31 outings. He's added 20 shots on net, 27 PIM, 47 hits and a minus-16 rating while often seeing middle-six minutes due to the Coyotes' lack of forward depth.
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Coyotes' Jay Beagle: Healthy for Thursday's game

Beagle (illness) will return to the lineup Thursday versus the Canucks. Beagle missed Tuesday's game against the Devils due to the illness. He will limit the absence to just one contest, and he'll return to a third-line role.
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Coyotes' Jay Beagle: Dealing with illness

Beagle is under the weather and won't be in the lineup against the Devils on Tuesday, Arizona Coyotes Insider Craig Morgan reports. Beagle has one point in 29 games this season, so few fantasy players will be impacted by his absence. With Beagle out of action, youngsters Jacke McBain (ankle) and Nathan Smith will make their NHL debuts.
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Trevor Zegras wants Jay Beagle punished for ‘humiliating’ actions

Trevor Zegras wants the NHL to take action against Jay Beagle for what the center did on Friday night. Zegras’ Anaheim Ducks beat Beagle’s Phoenix Coyotes 5-0 on Friday. The Ducks were leading 5-0 with just under six minutes left in the game and had the puck in Phoenix’s zone. Zegras was in front of the net trying to punch in a sixth goal, but the whistle blew after the puck was covered up, right around the same time Zegras poked his stick at the goalie.
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