VIDEO: Tyler Seguin's knuckle-puck goal highlights four-point night
Tyler Seguin had himself a game Friday night with four points against the Winnipeg Jets. He also scored on a rocket knuckle-puck goal in the first period.
Tyler Seguin had himself a pretty outstanding Friday night, and no we don’t mean like the kind that allegedly got him run out of Boston. Seguin scored twice and had two assists, figuring on all four goals for the Dallas Stars in a 4-1 win over the Winnipeg Jets.
Seguin’s first goal was Dallas’ second of the night and it was an absolute bullet. Making it even a little bit cooler was the fact that he rifled the puck while it was still on edge, giving it a Russ Tyler-esque knuckle puck vibe.
This thing is in the net so fast even Fulton Reed would feel inadequate. Sorry for all the Mighty Ducks references, but have you heard Anaheim is wearing Mighty Ducks throwbacks Sunday? Somebody's excited. Me, namely.
Coming into the game, Seguin had one point through his first two in a Stars uniform. It looks like he’s adjusting well to his new teammates in Big D after Friday night’s performance. His new linemate Jamie Benn also had a solid night, scoring a goal and assisting on both of Seguin's tallies.
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