Maybe you’ve heard, but Tyler Seguin continued his Teen Wolf coming out party in a big way on Tuesday. The party started at the 48 second mark of the second period when Seguin made Randy Jones and Victor Hedman look like a pair of cones. Seguin would bury another and assist on two more, he has 6-points in two post-season games.

This is why we don’t do silly things like debate trades that A) aren’t complete yet and B) involved a draft pick turned teenage rookie that’s still developing. So the next time Phil Kessel scores 5-goals in one week in January, and a half-wit like Damien Cox is baiting intelligent people on the internet by saying things like ‘the Leafs won the Kessel trade’: just ignore him or tell him to get his shit together and wait this out. Tyler Seguin gone beastmode.

Seguin’s teammates on his big night

Several Bruins players express their wonderment over Seguin’s 4-point night, here’s Tim Thomas via The Boston Globe:

“I see Tyler in practice. He has some speed and some good moves. He gets those opportunities and he knows how to score. I wasn’t surprised that he buried the puck when he got those opportunities. Those were big goals for us. I don’t really know what to say except I am happy for him and the whole team that he was able to do it.”

They drew first blood, not Tim Thomas

Puck Daddy on the Lightning putting one in the net off of Tim Thomas’ noggin.

Don Cherry shaping Canadian identity?

An interesting read from Bradley Bouzane at the National Post in which two PhD students actually look at Coach’s Corner segments to try and determine if they form “an understanding of Canadian identity through the lens of hockey analysis”.

More Mike Richards ‘C’ debate

Sam Dannellon at thinks a break from the Flyers captaincy may be in order for Mike Richards. Mike Richards is probably going to punch his blood out.

Slow goes the Dallas Stars coach search

Mike Heika of the Dallas Morning News reports that Joe Nieuwendyk has had some conversations, but there is no new coach in sight for the Stars just yet. Nieuwendyk would reportedly like to narrow the search down to three interview candidates.

InGoal launches new online magazine

Our friends at InGoalMagazine have launched a new digital edition that should quench your thirst for all things goaltender related. On the cover of the first issue, as you can see, is none other than James Reimer!

Boogaard Memorial Fund

Info on the the Derek Boogaard Memorial Fund via Michael Russo of the the Minneapolis Star-Tribune:

In lieu of flowers, the family of Derek Boogaard requests donations be made to Defending The Blue Line. The Boogaard family would like to see Derek’s legacy live on by supporting military kids and the game he loved.

Defending The Blue Line
c/o Boogaard Booguardians Memorial Fund
1206 N. Frontage Road, Suite B
Hastings, MN 55033

Donations can also be made at

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