• Adds assist in loss

    News: Tyler Seguin had an assist on a shorthanded goal in Thursday's preseason loss to the Lightning.
    Analysis: Outside of that assist Tyler Seguin only had a single shot and a pair of hits to his name. The game isn't indicative of much for Seguin, who was without his partner in crime, Jamie Benn, in the exhibition.
  • Makes little impact with new line

    News: Tyler Seguin failed to find his way onto the scoresheet in Tuesday's preseason loss to the Blues, grabbing a minus-1 rating and a single shot.
    Analysis: Tyler Seguin spent the game centering a line that featured Jamie Benn and Patrick Sharp on the wings. His line was dangerous last year because of the chemistry he and Benn have struck up. If those two can find room for Sharp to join the club, it could be one of the most dangerous lines in the NHL.
  • Seguin Leads Team Canada In Goals At Worlds

    News: Tyler Seguin posted nine goals at the 2015 World Championships, leading the entire tournament.
    Analysis: Tyler Seguin brought home gold on a team loaded with superstars, outmatched other teams by a huge margin. Nonetheless, Seguin was the superstar we know him to be, leading the tournament in goals and power-play goals (5), while being second overall in shots at 36. The only blemish in his stats was that he failed to add even a single assist to his nine goals.
  • Stars' Seguin Won't Play Saturday

    News: Tyler Seguin (coach's decision) will not play Saturday against the Predators, NHL.com's Mark Stepneski reports.
    Analysis: The scratch appears to be for disciplinary reasons, as coach Lindy Ruff wasn't pleased by Tyler Seguin's late arrival to Friday's practice. While the tardiness shouldn't affect Seguin's long-term relationship with the Stars, it's undoubtedly an unwelcome development for those in the fantasy playoffs that were counting on having the stud forward available. Seguin had produced a point in each of the previous six games, registering four goals, six assists, and a plus-2 rating.
  • Stars' Seguin Continues To Shine

    News: Tyler Seguin collected another two assists in Monday's 5-1 rout of the Sharks. He now has 14 points over his last 10 games.
    Analysis: Guess which teammates on a non-playoff team sit second and sixth overall in league scoring? That's right, Jamie Benn and Tyler Seguin, who has piled up 76 points in 70 games while Benn has amassed 80 points in 80 contests. If not for a 10-game absence due to a knee injury, there's a good chance Seguin would be atop the league's scoring perch, something that continues to infuriate Boston Bruins fans around the globe. Seguin and Benn are arguably the best one-two offensive punch in the NHL, and as such should both go in the top ten of next year's fantasy drafts.
  • Stars' Seguin Notches Three Points

    News: Tyler Seguin scored his 36th goal of the season and dished out two assists in Friday's loss to the Blues.
    Analysis: Tyler Seguin's been surging of late, recording a goal in three straight games and piling up six points in that span. He sits sixth in the NHL goal-scoring race and is now up to 73 points in 68 games. Keep this stud rolling, as he's fired a whopping 21 shots on goal in his last three games and appears destined to finish his great season on a high note.
  • Stars' Seguin Scores 35th In Loss

    News: Tyler Seguin scored his 35th goal of the season on Monday, adding a team-leading six shots and a minus-3 rating in a loss to the Flames.
    Analysis: Tyler Seguin is seventh in the NHL with 35 goals this season. However, it looks like he's unlikely to top last year's total of 37 goals and 80 points. That's in large part due to injury. His scoring was on pace to clear 40 goals if he played a full 82 games this season.
  • Stars' Seguin Pots 34th Goal

    News: Tyler Seguin scored his 34th goal of the season and had an assist in Saturday's win over vancouver.
    Analysis: Tyler Seguin is now up to 69 points in 66 games, with early-November marking the last time he went more than two games without recording a point. With 11 power-play tallies and 258 shots on goal, the 23-year-old fantasy stud is a must-start every game.
  • Stars' Seguin Picks Up Two Assists

    News: Tyler Seguin recorded two assists and the winning goal in the shootout in Wednesday's triumph over the Flames.
    Analysis: Tyler Seguin returned from a knee injury on March 7 and has immediately settled back into a nice rhythm, racking up four goals and four assists in his first nine games back. Despite missing 10 games this season, Seguin still ranks tied for 10th in the league in scoring with 67 points.
  • Stars' Seguin Nets PP Goal In Win Over Blackhawks

    News: Tyler Seguin netted a power-play goal in Saturday's dominant 4-0 win over the Blackhawks.
    Analysis: Tyler Seguin made an immediate impact after returning from a knee injury two weeks ago with two goals in his first game back, and has tallied two goals and an assist in his six games since. While that output is less impressive than what we've been accustomed to seeing from him, Seguin is liable to explode at any time, as his seven games of three or more points on the season would illustrate. Keep him active in anticipation of the blowout performance.