Tyler Seguin Becoming A Bright Spot In Boston Bruins’ Ongoing Dark Days

March 5th, 2012 by Al Daniel Leave a reply »
Tyler Seguin has not habitually produced since the Boston Bruins were last habitually winning. Leading up into the end of February, the perilously young skater had gone without a three-game point streak since Jan. 10, while the team had gone without a two-game win streak since Jan. 12.

At least one of those trends finally wilted this past weekend. Seguin has consistently been on the score sheet, and had a hand in four of Boston’s last nine goals while playing the better part of the last three games with new linemates David Krejci and Milan Lucic.

In the same span, Krejci and Lucic have logged 4-1-5 and 1-3-4 scoring transcripts, respectively.

They, too, are both fostering their first three-game production streak since before their better-known ally, Nathan Horton, returned to the injured reserve with his second concussion on Jan. 22. And they, along with Seguin, immediately trail Patrice Bergeron atop the Boston scoring charts.

Seguin started the new month of March by splashing a 10-game goal-scoring drought and adding an assist as part of a 4-3 overtime triumph over New Jersey last Thursday. Dating back to the first half of a h ...

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