Former Capital Jay Beagle’s kids make ultra-cute sign for his 600th game

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Jay Beagle’s kids make ultra-cute sign for his 600th game originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington

Jay Beagle seems to be beloved wherever he goes.

The forward spent 11 seasons with the Washington Capitals/Hershey Bears system, becoming a fan favorite almost immediately. He won the Stanley Cup with the team in 2018, becoming the first player in hockey history to win championships in the ECHL, AHL, and NHL.

After signing with the Vancouver Canucks less than a month after that Cup run, Beagle has become a fan favorite up north as well, and nobody is a bigger fan of No. 83 than his own kids.

Thursday night’s game against the Calgary Flames was Beagle’s 600th appearance on NHL ice. Jay and his wife Ashley have two sons and a daughter, and to celebrate the occasion, the Beagle children made a sign to congratulate “Daddy” on his accomplished hockey career. No fans were allowed in the Canucks’ stadium for the game, but the team did place the sign front and center on the dasher boards at ice level.

Complete with artwork that would make any dad blush, the sign reads “600th Game—Go Daddy Go.”

Error 404: cuteness overload.

OddsMoney LinePoint SpreadTotal Points
Toronto
-162-2.5O 6
Vancouver
+135+2.5U 6