With 44 points in 46 games, he's close to a point per game, even if he's posted only a goal and two assists over the last five games. He's reliable enough that a tiny downturn in production isn't likely to last long.
Seguin scored a goal and assist at even strength while registering seven shots on net during Monday's win over Los Angeles.
The top-tier scorer and elite fantasy asset is up to 15 goals, 41 points and 144 shots through 41 games this season, which improves his totals to 122 goals and 275 points through 264 contests since joining the Stars. Seguin remains a set-and-forget pivot for your virtual club.
Seguin's only had less than two shots in a game five times this season, so chalk this one up as an anomaly. The sensational power-play pivot has accumulated six points -- three goals and three assists -- over the last five games, and he's awfully close to a point-per-game pace on the season. Fortunately, he's avoided injuries after dealing with a number of lower-body ailments that had surfaced at the end of the 2015-16 campaign and lasted through the offseason.
Seguin collected two even-strength assists, two shots and a plus-2 rating during Tuesday's win over Anaheim.
After going without a point through his previous two games, this was a nice bounce-back outing from Seguin. The two helpers improved his stat line to 10 goals and 21 assists through 31 games this year, and the star pivot is up to 265 points -- 117 goals -- through 254 games since joining Dallas. Continue to view Seguin as an elite contributor in all fantasy formats going forward.
Seguin scored a goal and added a helper in a 5-2 win over the Predators on Thursday.
With 29 points in 28 games, Seguin has once again reasserted himself as one of the very best, most prolific producers in all of hockey -- when healthy. He's shooting the puck a ton per usual (93 SOG) and is tied with Sidney Crosby and Nikita Kucherov for the second most points in the league behind sophomore stud Connor McDavid's outrageous 38.