Tyler Seguin is one of the best players in the NHL and he proved this statement during his game against his former team, the Boston Bruins yesterday.
Seguin was drafted second overall in the 2010 draft by the Bruins, and evolved into a 65 point-per-season player after playing just one season with Boston.
The 23-year-old was traded to the Dallas Stars during the summer of 2013 along with Rich Peverley and Ryan Button in return for Loui Eriksson and three other Dallas prospects.
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The stunning forward continued to develop his game alongside superstar Jamie Benn during his time as a Dallas Star.
Seguin became one of the NHL's top point producers in 2014, after scoring 37 goals and contributing 47 assists in his first season with the Stars. Last year, Seguin continued his offensive production by netting another 37 goals and contributing 40 assists.
The Brampton native had a terrific start to this season with five goals and 12 assists in the first 12 games of the season.
The exciting youngster added to his points and goals total during his return to Boston on November 3.
Tyler Seguin haunted the Bruins organization by scoring a terrific hat trick in an overwhelming Dallas win.
Seguin opened up the scoring by sniping the puck past the helpless Tuukka Rask in the first period. He went on to score another goal during a Dallas power play by rifling the puck past his former teammate Rask.
The former Bruin finished off his hat trick by shooting the puck past the outstretched Rask in another Dallas power play.
Jyrki Jokipakka and Alex Goligoski also scored for Dallas during the game. Seguin also reached the 300 NHL points milestone after playing six seasons in the league.
The talented winger has eight goals and 12 assists in 13 games this season and is producing well over a point a game.
The Dallas Stars will play the Carolina Hurricanes on November 6.