Tyler Seguin, Dallas Stars
All of the offensive skill, and drunken drama that comes with Seguin is headed to the Western Conference. There has been a lot of news surrounding Seguin since he was drafted second overall by the Bruins in the 2010 Entry Draft. He burst onto the scene during his rookie campaign during the 2010 Stanley Cup Playoffs scoring seven points in 13 games, helping the Bruins to a Stanley Cup championship. His production is not what most expected from him, but he is still an offensive weapon that can bury the puck when given the opportunity.
However, with his offensive skill comes his apparent “distractions” when off the ice. Seguin has been rumored to party too much when not playing hockey, which was supposedly the reason the Bruins shipped him to Dallas. Let’s see how the Stars handle Seguin.
Dallas has moved out of the Kings’ division but will remain in the Western Conference.