Seguin posted three assists with a plus-3 rating in Saturday's 4-3 overtime win against the Lightning.
Seguin had a helping hand in all three of linemate Antoine Roussel's goals. He has been on fire since the holidays, posting 11 goals with 26 points over the past 25 games. The veteran has just one two-game scoreless stretch dating back to Dec. 11, so he remains a top-notch DFS play since more often than not he finds his way onto the scoresheet.
Seguin contributed an assist and a power-play goal in Tuesday's 5-2 loss to Winnipeg.
Seguin tied last season's total of 24 power-play points, and is just five shy of his 2014-15 career high. The 25-year-old center is on pace to top 70 points for the fourth consecutive season, but has just two game-winning goals for a team that has won only 22 of 58 games after coming in with high expectations.
Seguin picked up three helpers but was also minus-3 in a 5-3 defeat against the Predators on Sunday.
All three of Seguin's points came on the power play. At even strength, Nashville badly outplayed Dallas and came back to win despite the Stars holding a three-goal lead inside of five minutes left in the second period. Seguin now has 20 goals and 54 points in 57 games, but his minus-18 rating is absolutely killing fantasy owners. He's never been worse than minus-4 in any of his previous six seasons.
Seguin has not missed a single game for the
He was was considered questionable Monday, but apparently Seguin's illness has subsided enough for him to suit up against Minnesota. Whether Seguin will be at 100 percent health remains to be seen, though. That said, a player of Seguin's caliber is always a top fantasy option whenever he's in the lineup.