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The Dallas Stars Could Really Use Tyler Seguin

from Michael Traikos of the National Post,

Technically, Tyler Seguin has been healthy for this entire post-season. You just wouldn’t know it by watching the games.

Seguin has two goals and eight points in 22 games. He has one assist in the past 12 games. The last time he scored was in Game 3 in the second round. That was almost a month ago.

Fifty-eight players in this year’s post-season have more points. Ninety-nine have more goals.

That includes Connor McDavid, whose team was eliminated in the qualification round after playing just four games. Including the round robin, Seguin has played four rounds.

Sure, Dallas will gladly take Seguin’s output over McDavid’s if it ends up leading to a Stanley Cup. But it’s hard to imagine the Stars winning three more games against the Lighting unless their leading scorer in the regular season can find a way to contribute more than he has already.

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SYF's avatar

Watched him a lot last night and I don’t even know what he was doing trying to start fights at the start of the third period.  Every time he was on the wing for a faceoff, he was itching for a fight.

Posted by SYF from impossible and oddly communally possessive sluts on 09/22/20 at 08:54 PM ET

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