Apr 27, 2014; Dallas, TX, USA; Dallas Stars center Tyler Seguin (91) skates in warm-ups prior to the game against the Anaheim Ducks in game six of the first round of the 2014 Stanley Cup Playoffs at American Airlines Center. Mandatory Credit: Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports

Tyler Seguin’s Future: Poll


In Tyler Seguin’s report card, I made it quick and to-the-point that the Stars need to keep Seguin, that’s a no brainer.

So, I’m not going to go into any detail here, I’m just going to reinstate the fact that Seguin is a key to the Stars success in the upcoming seasons. He and Jamie Benn constantly stifle goalies and have become one of the league’s top dynamic duos. He is an all-around BEAST of a player and at the age of 22, he was a total steal from the Bruins.

You should already know that the Stars must keep Seguin along with Benn if they want to run for the Cup in the next few years.

So now’s YOUR turn to hopefully reinforce my statement. VOTE below on how you think the Stars should act towards Tyler Seguin’s future in Dallas:

What Should The Stars Do With Tyler Seguin?

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  • El Valiente

    Keep him, he is a very important piece to the puzzle.

  • SwimDude

    Seguin only scored 3 points in playoffs. That was anemic for a big time 1 point a game scorer in the regular season. He only put up 3 points in the playoffs for Boston in his final season with them. I say let’s see how he does in the playoffs this season. If he doesn’t improve get rid of him for a big time NHL playoff caliber Center.

    • Clay Werner

      That’s ridiculous. U don’t just trade a big timer for a big timer on a whim, this isn’t gm mode nhl 14. Kids first season as a number one center in the big bad west. It’s an adjustment. He dug in just didn’t catch certain breaks. Even he said he needs to improve his workout this offseason. Horcoff had 5 points does that mean he’s our new beast 2nd center for next season? No. He and Benn contributed to the others success and there only gonna get better. He had 84 points you don’t just throw that away. He had 3 Pts in 6 games , still half. You should be more concerned with the guy between the pipes. And with spezza and eakin behind him, segs can take advantage of the breathing room.

      • Josh Clark

        Fantastic response. You still want to come write for us?