VANCOUVER — The Bruins are in an interesting predicament with their lineup right now.
BOSTON – Harnessing the type of skills Tyler Seguin possesses is impossible without an overflow of confidence.
Luckily for the 19-year-old and the Bruins, Seguin usually has a full tank of pride.
There’s no denying that people love “The Kid.”
Tyler Seguin has been one of the most popular Bruins since he was drafted by the team last June, and his play last week in the Eastern Conference Final just stoked the flames of desire fans have for No. 19.
TAMPA — From the second he pulled on a Bruins sweater at last June’s draft, Tyler Seguin has been compared to Tampa Bay’s Steven Stamkos.
Throughout the Bruins-Lightning Eastern Conference Final, TheBruinsBlog.net will collaborate on Q&A features before every game with Jon Jordan 0f Beasts of the Southeast over at Kukla’s Korner. Here’s the latest installment, where Jon responds to questions about the Lightning’s adjustment, their response to a rare loss and talks about how to stop Tyler Seguin.
Throughout the Bruins-Lightning Eastern Conference Final, TheBruinsBlog.net will collaborate on Q&A features before every game with Jon Jordan 0f Beasts of the Southeast over at Kukla’s Korner. Here’s the latest installment, where I respond to inquiries about Tyler Seguin, Patrice Bergeron and Nathan Horton.
Taking care of my 7-month-old and traveling to Tampa today cut me out of the popular parlor game “guess which Bruins player sits after Patrice Bergeron returns.”
So forgive me for catching up with that now.
I tongue-and-cheeked it through my column on Tyler Seguin last night after Game 2.
Such is a product of being at the TD Garden for 13 hours straight.
During his weekly radio appearance with Toucher and Rich on 98.5 The Sports Hub, Bruins general manager Peter Chiarelli offered some interesting updates on Patrice Bergeron and Tyler Seguin today.
BOSTON – I’ve been to plenty of bar mitzvah’s in my life, but I’ve never seen anyone go from being a boy to a man in one night as quickly and as impressively as Tyler Seguin tonight.
BOSTON — You can rightfully batter Michael Ryder for some brutal stretches of regular-season hockey over the last couple campaigns.
But you also have to give him credit for coming up big in some of the Bruins’ most dramatic postseason victories over the last three years.
BOSTON — Even those arguing most ardently for Tyler Seguin to receive increased playing time and a role on the power play had to think twice this morning while the Bruins were working on their man-advantage.
BOSTON — After Tyler Seguin scored a goal and an assist, and the Bruins’ power play remained pathetic with an 0-for-4 showing in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Final last night, the “Seguinistas” were out in full force demanding the rookie be part of Boston’s man-advantage.
BOSTON — Many will look at Tyler Seguin’s one-goal, one-assist performance in the Bruins’ 5-2 loss tonight to Tampa Bay and overreact by anointing him a permanent part of the team’s lineup.
BOSTON — It might be hard to believe, but rookie Tyler Seguin said this morning he slept fine last night.
And he doesn’t expect his game-day nap to be affected by his excitement either.