Found March 30, 2013 on NESN.com:
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Tyler Seguin can make an immediate impact on the ice, where turnovers can turn into scoring chances very quickly thanks to the young forward’s speed. A more aggressive Seguin could almost single-handedly fix the offensive issues the Bruins have dealt with all season. Seguin is back on the same line with Patrice Bergeron and Brad Marchand after some experimenting by Claude Julien, putting the Bruins’ best offensive line back together. Seguin showed his value with three points against Montreal, but he and Marchand need to keep moving to prevent the Bruins’ offense from falling into ruts. Check out Barry Pederson‘s thoughts on Seguin in Bruins Face-Off LIVE in the video above.
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