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For the first time in his young career, Tyler Seguin will take the ice Tuesday night at Boston’s TD Garden as a visiting player. Just three years after making him the 2nd-overall pick in the 2010 draft, the Bruins traded the enormously-talented-but-equally-immature Seguin, along with Rich Peverley and Ryan Button to the Dallas Stars on July 4. In the NESN documentary series about the Bruins, Behind the B, Assistant general manager Jim Benning summed up the team’s decision to part ways with their 21-year-old prodigy: "In the regular season we'll miss his speed. But if we get guys that we think we can win with, then it is what it is. We're winning here. We're not babysitting." Ouch. In return for Seguin, Peverley and Button, the Bruins received 28-year-old winger Loui Eriksson, along with Joe Morrow, Reilly Smith, and Matt Fraser. Through 14 games, Seguin is Dallas’s leading scorer (6-9—15) and leads the team’s forwards in ice time at 18:45 per game. But after th...
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