Tyler Seguin played in all 82 games for the first time in his career and racked up 40-plus assists and 70-plus points for the fourth time in four seasons with the Stars, but in some ways his 2016-17 campaign was a bit of a disappointment. Despite a career-high 301 shots, he only scored 26 goals, his lowest total over a full season since he was a teenager, and a nagging shoulder issue that he underwent surgery to correct in the offseason may have contributed to his lack of scoring. His minus-15 rating was also a career worst, although that can be laid at the feet of the team's overall struggles. If he can stay healthy, the 25-year-old should once again produce big numbers centering the top line between Jamie Benn and free-agent signing Alexander Radulov, and if the trio clicks, Seguin could challenge his career high of 84 points.
Seguin (shoulder) is fully healthy heading into Dallas' training camp. Seguin underwent surgery to repair a torn labrum in April, but he's reportedly back to 100 percent ahead of the Stars' training camp, which kicks off Sept. 15. The 25-year-old pivot cracked the 70-point mark for the fourth consecutive season in 2016-17, making him one of the safest bets in fantasy.
Seguin had surgery to repair a torn labrum Tuesday, Mike Heika of the Dallas Morning News reports. Seguin is expected to be ready in time for the 2017-18 season, so fantasy owners shouldn't have to worry about his availability. The Ontario native played in all 82 games this year on his way to a fourth straight 70-plus point campaign. If Dallas hopes to get back to being a contender in the playoffs, it will need the 25-year-old to continue thriving.
Seguin netted his 26th goal of the season, added an assist and scored the lone shootout marker Saturday against Colorado. Seguin has put up 70-plus points in four consecutive seasons and has become one of the most reliable fantasy forwards in the game. The 25-year-old won't be competing in the playoffs, but he closed out the regular season with a clutch effort and will be a top pick once again in fantasy drafts net year.
Seguin tallied the game-winning goal on the power play in a 2-1 overtime victory against the Devils on Sunday. The 25-year-old was heating up at the end of February and beginning of March, but he has since cooled off, scoring just one point in six contests. The good news, though, is Seguin had a goal and an assist in the last two games, so perhaps he can get it going again to salvage the season. Regardless, Seguin is on track to post his fewest goals and lowest points-per-game average since the 2013 lockout season, and also has a career-worst minus-13 rating.
Seguin assisted on both goals in Saturday's 2-1 win over Panthers. Seguin has been putting together an incredible late-season surge. He has had a multi-point outing in six of his last nine games for a total of two goals and 12 assists during that span.
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