Many think Seguin is underperforming,but with a team filled of skilled players there is no need to sound the alarms
It's been a while since I've last written about the Bruins, I have been stuck down in the sunny Carolinas with no access to the Bruins, and just got access to a computer. so unfortunately I won't be able to watch tonight's game. I hope to be able to do a recap analysis on Tuesday's game against New York, so I apologize in advance.
Anyways, despite the Bruins excellent play as of late, something that stands out to me is the invisibility of Tyler Seguin on the score sheets. Seguin came off an outstanding performance in Switzerland where he averaged about a point a game in around 30 games. Many Boston fans thought he was going to have an immediate impact on the NHL level, but let me state, the NHL is a whole different game than the international leagues. The ice is smaller and the players are more skilled and bigger. Seguin will be just fine.
In Switzerland, Seguin wa...