Tyler Seguin: Boston Bruins Star Ends Stint in Switzerland’s National League A

December 28th, 2012 by Chris Blanchard Leave a reply »
Boston Bruins star Tyler Seguin has played his final game for EHC Biel of the Swiss National League A, according to a tweet from The Fourth Period's David Pagnotta. He is currently representing Canada in the Spengler Cup and will return to North America following the tournament. 

Seguin first took the ice for Biel on September 29 and dominated from the very start. He leaves Switzerland as the league's leading goal scorer with 25 tallies. In fact, Seguin ranks first among all locked-out NHL stars in goals scored. 

With just two years of NHL experience under his belt, the 20-year-old's European explosion makes him look prepared to become a perennial all-star back at home. The forward produced 40 points in 29 games, good for fourth in the National League A. 

For perspective, Seguin's point total in Switzerland was superior to fellow locked-out NHL stars John Tavares, Jason Spezza, Joe Thornton and Henrik Zetterberg. 

Playing alongside Chicago Blackhawks star Patrick Kane for Biel, Seguin became arguably European hockey's most lethal weapon. The second-overall pick in the 2010 NHL draft scored three hat-tricks ...

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