Cincinnati-based RMNB reader, Joshua R., traveled to Washington DC this weekend to see the Caps’ two games at Verizon Center. And he brought along a wonderful sign. Cutting out three of RMNB’s signature beagle.jpg’s, Joshua created a scene of hockey-playing beagles with headline text that read Believe in Beagle.
Joshua Believed in Beagle, and Human Jay Beagle must have felt that love. 6:04 into the first period, Beags scored, giving the Caps a 1-0 lead.
— Washington Capitals (@Capitals) January 14, 2017
After John Carlson successfully brought the puck into the zone, Tom Wilson crushed some dudes to open some space up for his fellow fourth-line mates Daniel Winnik and Beagle.
Winnik found Beagle. Beagle skated towards the slot and beat Corey Crawford five hole.
— RMNB (@russianmachine) January 14, 2017
The goal was Beagle’s seventh of the season and his fifth in eight career games against the Blackhawks.
— Ben Raby (@BenRaby31) January 14, 2017
At the bench, Wilson had a joke for Beags, which I really wish I could have heard.
I imagine a lot of people have made this face at Tom Wilson. pic.twitter.com/qNQD7D4r6n
— Jess (@glitter4goals) January 14, 2017
But let’s not forget the person who really made this goal happen: Joshua R.
Photo: @misselyss/Washington Capitals
9:30pm update: Jay Beagle just scored again.
Jay Beagle puts the Caps up 6-0. It's his fourth career two-goal game. pic.twitter.com/DXuTyF5k2R
— Ian Oland (@ianoland) January 14, 2017
Headline photo: Rachel Cohen/RMNB
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