Seguin lit the lamp twice Sunday in a 7-2 win over the Avalanche.
Both of Seguin's snipes came at even strength and were the only goals in the first period. The superstar is now up to 14 on the year and an even 27 points in 27 games, making him an elite fantasy asset in all settings. Also, his 107 shots on goal are fifth most in the NHL.
Seguin played 28:50 against the Blackhawks on Saturday, the most of any Dallas player by over 3:50.
Seguin picked up an assist and scored in the shootout in a monstrous outing. The 25-year-old has really transformed into a complete two-way player in his eighth NHL season and is now up to 12 goals and 25 points in 26 contests. Seguin is clearly relied on heavily by Dallas and remains one of the best fantasy centers in the game. Get him in your lineup whenever the Stars take the ice.
Seguin scored once in the second period and twice in the third to pace Friday's 6-4 win over Calgary.
After getting just two goals in the month of November prior to Friday, Seguin had three of them to help lead the Stars to victory. Hopefully, this outburst will be the start of something good for the talented center, who remains in line to score into the 40's this year.
Seguin scored an empty-net goal and recorded an assist during Tuesday's 3-1 win over Montreal.
After recording just three helpers without a multi-point outing through his previous six contests, this was a welcomed offensive showing from Seguin. He now has nine goals, 11 assists and 80 shots through 21 games and is well on his way to a fifth consecutive 70-point campaign. Continue to roll with the 25-year-old center confidently in all settings.
Despite starting the game as the second-line center, Seguin returned to the top line when things mattered most. That's how he wound up assisting on an Alexander Radulov goal. He's reliable in almost any situation.