In a shutout loss to Columbus on Saturday,
On the upside, Seguin led the team with five shots. There's nothing to worry about here, as Seguin is still one of the league's elite scorers.
Seguin grabbed two assists -- one on the power play -- in Thursday night's 4-3 overtime loss to the Kings.
We haven't quite seen Seguin's traditional offensive dominance -- he's been held off the scoresheet in two of four contests and is averaging just 2.5 shots on goal, well short of last year's 3.86 -- and yet he's still operating at more than a point-per-game pace to open the season. Health permitting, there doesn't look to be much that can stop him from hitting 80 points this year.
A dominant outing for Seguin, who was held off the scoresheet in the season opener. The 24-year-old netted 33 goals and 73 points last season and is one of the most dynamic players in the game. The fearless center forms one of the league's best one-two punches with Jamie Benn and should be in for another very productive campaign in 2016-17.
Seguin (heel) will dress for the team's Opening Night game Thursday against the Ducks.
Lindy Ruf indicated Monday morning that their star center should be good to go for the team's opener, and that is indeed the case. The Stars will look to take advantage of a Ducks team that's playing on the second night of a back-to-back set to open the season, and Seguin will look to build off another solid campaign in 2015-16 in which he tallied 73 points (33 goals, 40 assists) over 72 contests.
Coach Lindy Ruff indicated Monday that Seguin (heel) should be ready for the team's first regular-season game Thursday against the Ducks.
Seguin has been making some progress in his rehab from a hairline fracture in his heel and should be good to go opening night despite missing all of the team's preseason. The star forward was injured in his preparation for the World Cup of Hockey but has been a full participant in practice lately. While he may need a couple games to get his legs under him, there's no reason to avoid him in fantasy drafts.