Found November 07, 2012 on
Tyler Seguin and his EHC Biel teammates had a long break in action recently so the 20–year-old Bruins sniper did what any sane Black and Gold superstar would do — he headed back to New England.
On Tuesday, Seguin and his buddies from EchoStor took a stroll down to Bristol, Conn., to check out ESPN headquarters. There, the forward was given a tour of The Worldwide Leader and stopped by the SportsCenter studio for a photo opp.
Through 15 games this season, Seguin has 13 goals and 10 assists for 23 total points.
Check out the photo below.
Photo via Facebook/John Dooley
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