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Seguin gives a subtle fist pump after scoring his 9th goal of the year to put the B’s up 2-0 #nhlbruins

Seguin gives a subtle fist pump after scoring his 9th goal of the year to put the B’s up 2-0 #nhlbruins

Boychuk & Seguin prep their sticks with torches outside the locker room for tonight’s game #nhlbruins

Boychuk & Seguin prep their sticks with torches outside the locker room for tonight’s game #nhlbruins

Streaking Seguin Leads B's Past Leafs

BOSTON, MA - Coming into tonight against his hometown Toronto team, Tyler Seguin was on a point-per-game pace all-time vs the Leafs, with 13 points off five goals and eight assists, in 13 games.

You can now add three more to that total.

The speedy Seguin left TD Garden Thursday night with an assist and two goals, including the go-ahead in 7:11 into the second and the empty-netter to seal it, 4-2, for a victory and two points over the Northeast rival.

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Bergeron Line Relentless

BOSTON, MA – The highlight for the Bruins in their 4-3 loss to Montreal on Sunday night, was no doubt the play of the Patrice Bergeron-Tyler Seguin-Brad Marchand line that combined for eight points (two goals, six assists) and 12 shots on goal. The trio was racing up and down the ice from the start, driving hard to the net, creating plays, and, most importantly, scoring goals.

Tyler Seguin and Patrice Bergeron both scored, while Brad Marchand assisted on both goals. The Little Ball of Hate added a third helper on Dougie Hamilton’s second career goal mid-way through the second period. It was Marchand’s first career three assist game.

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We are a confident group of guys even though we are down a couple. With that much time left in the game, no one is having their heads down and I guess that’s what makes us a good team. We are always on a pretty even keel after a win or a loss, even after every period…we knew we had to come back
Tyler Seguin, on the Bruins’ ability to keep their composure & pull out a 3-2 comeback win over the Lightning

Seguin, Peverley Hitting Stride

BOSTON, MA - Heading into the second period of today’s game, in the confines of TD Garden, the Bruins trailed 2-0, off two power-play goals by the Tampa Bay Lightning.

While a departure from the last stretch of games on the road (including the 4-2 win in Tampa that saw the B’s take the 2-0 early lead), the Black & Gold have never panicked when facing the challenge of being down - and were rewarded with two quick strikes from Tyler Seguin and Rich Peverley that started a comeback.

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In this BRUINS :30 clip from Florida, Tyler Seguin and Brad Marchand jokingly interrupt Gregory Campbell’s interview during the team’s visit to the Jacobs’ home…

Seguin Gets Gritty

BostonBruins.com – Normally, Tyler Seguin is streaking down the ice en route to a highlight reel goal. Sunday night, in the Bruins 3-2 win over Winnipeg, he turned on the jets to make a play at the opposite end of the ice.

No. 19’s  hustle play to breakup a potential three-on-two opportunity in the first period, should be getting the attention on the highlight shows Monday morning.

Seguin skated all the way from the middle of the offensive zone, through the neutral zone, and made a full-out dive to swat the puck away and thwart Winnipeg’s chance at a scoring opportunity.

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Tyler Seguin is focusing on the details and his two-way play, a he looks to find his offensive game tonight against Buffalo - on his 21st birthday, no less. Read the full pregame feature on Seguin by clicking here.

Tyler Seguin is focusing on the details and his two-way play, a he looks to find his offensive game tonight against Buffalo - on his 21st birthday, no less. Read the full pregame feature on Seguin by clicking here.

Seguin, Marchand Convert in Shootout

Boston, MA - Fans at TD Garden saw an exciting end to Tuesday night’s 2-1 win over New Jersey coming down to the shootout. And although there are many opinions surrounding this method of closing out the game, this one didn’t disappoint.

The shootout saw Tyler Seguin have to regroup for a do-over that gave him a 12-for-22 career stat, while Brad Marchand scored on his first-ever shootout attempt in sudden death and Tuukka Rask came up with the big stops.

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