Tyler Seguin Stats
- Height / Weight
- 73 / 205 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 1/31/1992 (31)
Tyler Seguin Last 10 Games
Tyler Seguin News
Dallas Stars forward Tyler Seguin delivered half of the goals in Thursday's 4-1 road success over Minnesota, opening the scoring with a power-play marker and icing the game with an empty-net goal. It's the first multi-goal game of the season for the former All-Star. Seguin is having a decent season in 2022-23 with nine goals and 17 assists registered in 32 outings. His scoring pace is far from his career best, but considering Seguin's health issues in recent seasons, he's done well, and fantasy managers can expect more of the same in 2023.
Dallas Stars forward Tyler Seguin started his night on Saturday against San Jose by matching a franchise record with three assists in the first period. He's the first Star to have three assists in a period since Corey Perry in 2019-20. Dallas scored two more times in a 5-4 victory but Seguin didn't get any more goal involvements. The former 80-point scorer hasn't had a good campaign and sits on only 41 points through 66 games. Seguin is also carrying a minus-12 rating, which is among the worst on the team. He hasn't looked like the same player ever since having hip surgery in 2020, but Seguin has at least managed to up his productivity over the last couple of months, and he certainly kicked off April with a big performance.
Dallas Stars winger Alexander Radulov appears set for extended minutes in Tuesday's clash with Toronto after he was reunited with Tyler Seguin and Jamie Benn at Monday's practice. The Russian veteran has spent most of the season on the fourth line, averaging only 14:52 of ice time and notching 18 points in 51 outings. Seguin and Benn haven't exactly set the world alight either, but the trio has enjoyed some very productive times together and maybe they can find the spark again against Toronto's awful defense. The Maple Leafs have allowed 4.58 goals per game across their past 12 outings.
Dallas Stars forward Tyler Seguin and defenseman Miro Heiskanen are both regarded as game-time decisions for Friday's matchup against Winnipeg. Both are "under the weather" and Dallas could end up missing a couple of big pieces. Seguin is the fourth-best scorer on the team with 30 points and Heiskanen leads the team in playing time, having averaged 24:46 per game. Seguin has skated on the second line with Jamie Benn and Denis Gurianov, while Heiskanen has worked with Ryan Suter on the first defensive pairing. Head coach Rick Bowness will be forced into a lot of maneuvering if both players miss out on Friday's action.