Jay Beagle and his Washington teammates have had to adjust to coach Adam Oates' new penalty kill system.
The Capitals have been whistled for 33 minor penalties through six games this season.
The lockout has forced Jay Beagle to wonder what life would be like without hockey.
Jay Beagle has been working out at the Kettler Capitals Iceplex and getting lockout updates from workout partnersr Jason Chimera and Jeff Halpern.
Washington has re-signed Jay Beagle to a three-year deal worth $2.7 million.
Jay Beagle has been issued a $577,500 qualifying offer by the Washington Capitals.
Jay Beagle underwent surgery the day after Game 6 to put pins in his ankle, which made him unavailable for Washington at the end of their season.
Jay Beagle suffered a broken foot in Game 5 of the second round.
Jay Beagle (leg) missed Saturday's practice.
Jay Beagle (leg) didn't participate in Friday's morning skate.
Jay Beagle's status for Game 7 is unclear at this time, but the Capitals are listing him as day-to-day, with a lower-body injury, for the time being.
Jay Beagle wasn't able to dress in Game 6 on Wednesday night because of a lower-body injury.
Jay Beagle didn't take part in Wednesday's morning skate prior to Game 6, but coach Dale Hunter insists that he'll be available to dress.
Jay Beagle didn't participate in Washington's morning skate ahead of Thursday's Game 1 showdown against Boston.