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Tyler Seguin is coming home.
EHC Biel, the team that Seguin has been playing with in Switzerland during the NHL lockout, announced on Friday that the 20-year-old forward is leaving the team after the Spengler Cup, an end-of-the year tournament that finishes on Dec. 31.
“We would like to thank him for 25 goals,” the team stated, “and wish him all the best!”
Seguin led his team in points during his 29 games overseas, tallying 25 goals and 15 assists for EHC Biel.
Thumbnail photo via Facebook/EHC Biel
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