Found February 23, 2013 on BruinsLife:
I wrote about this topic 2 weeks ago when Tyler Seguin had 6 points (4 assists 1 empty netter and 1 "real" goal). Since that day the Bruins have played 5 more games and Seguin's point total has raised a whopping 3 points! (3 Goals 6 assists) In no way am I bashing Seguin, because he is one of my favorite players, and I will explain later in the article how he is helping this team. However, I wanted to compare Seguin's stats to the man he played with in Switzerland, Chicago Blackhawk's star, Patty Kane Granted the Bruins have only played 14 games so far, which is the least throughout the whole NHL, so maybe just maybe Seguin will unleash in the next few weeks when the schedule condenses. Nevertheless, let's look at Kane's stats.  To Kane's advantage he has played an extra 3 years in the league, and played 3 more games on the season. Also, he is in no way the same player as Seguin,  I am clearly comparing the fact that they both played over seas, a...

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