Capitals center Jay Beagle found a way to get a hockey stick stuck in his equipment on two separate occasions in Thursday’s game against the Penguins. The first was a remarkable fluke; the second was a beneficial one.
While the sight of a hockey player breaking his or her stick may rouse the cheers of rowdy spectators, it evokes a different thought in Quant's head: $85. That is the cost of each hockey stick the University purchases for its varsity players.
With each hockey player breaking several sticks a year, Quant said the…