Jay Beagle scored a buzzer beater and it will forever live on in Capitals lore.
According to Elias Sports Bureau, Beags goal was the latest go-ahead goal in Capitals history (59:58), eclipsing the mark set by Alexander Semin on Nov. 6, 2008 (a 3-2 win vs. CAR – 59:49).
Beagle’s teammates were so excited about the pre-bye week W that they almost injured Brett Connolly.
Watch the chaos ensue after Beagle scores.
Let’s zoom in on the bench.
There is so much awesome going on here.
Now they’re waving. I don’t know why they’re waving.
After the Caps and Canes would take one last face-off to end the game, Beagle, Tom Wilson, and Brett Connolly each put their gloves on the other’s helmet.
What a fun night.
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