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Tyler Seguin | Center | #91

Team: Dallas Stars
Age / DOB:  (24) / 1/31/1992
Ht / Wt:  6'1' / 200
Drafted: 2010 / Rd. 1 (2) / BOS
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Coach Lindy Ruff said that Tyler Seguin (heel) is close to being able to resume skating.
Other than that there isn't an update on his status as he recovers from a heel injury. Seguin was hurt at an exhibition game for Team Canada at the World Cup of Hockey. The Stars hope to have ready to go for the regular season, but for now he is day-to-day. Sep 28 - 12:25 PM

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Tyler Seguin should be ready for opening night, according to General Manager Jim Nill.

The Stars have been hit hard by injuries so far, as Seguin, Radek Faksa, Cody Eakin and Ales Hemsky have all been dealing with injuries. According to Nill, they should all be ready for the start of the regular season. "I think they're all going to be ready for opening night," Nill said. "With injuries, you never know for sure, but from what we've seen from the injuries, everyone should be OK for opening night."
Sep 24 - 10:46 AM

Tyler Seguin (heel) will be re-evaluated Tuesday or Wednesday when the team returns to Frisco.

He worked hard during the summer to recover from a partially severed Achilles tendon and a subsequent calf injury only to suffer a heel injury during an exhibition game for Canada at the World Cup of Hockey. "I want to be 100 percent before I come back, I know that," Seguin said when asked if he would be ready for the season opener. "Time is on our side."
Sep 23 - 9:38 AM

An MRI revealed that Tyler Seguin has a hairline fracture in his heel.

The injury occurred during Team Canada's pre-tournament game against the USA on September 9th. The Stars still don't know how long Seguin will be out, but he will be re-evaluated in one week. He should be healthy for the start of the season, but we won't know for sure until the Stars provide another update on his status.
Sep 17 - 11:26 AM

The injury that took Tyler Seguin out of the World Cup is a foot problem.

Seguin will stay off the ice for seven-to-10 days, but he should be okay around the start of training camp. Meanwhile, Ryan O'Reilly took his roster spot for the World Cup.
Sep 14 - 4:53 PM

Tyler Seguin (lower body) is heading to Dallas to be re-evaluated.

Seguin has already been removed from Team Canada's roster because of the injury. Stars GM Jim Nill doesn't want to offer a timetable for Seguin's recovery before his examination by Stars doctors, but his injury isn't believed to be serious.
Sep 14 - 9:06 AM

Tyler Seguin has been removed from Team Canada's World Cup roster due to an injury.

The ailment in question reportedly might be a knee injury. The good news is that his condition isn't believed to be too serious, so he might still be fine for the start of the regular season. That said, we'll have to wait for further details. Ryan O'Reilly will take Seguin's spot on Team Canada.
Sep 13 - 9:41 PM

Tyler Seguin (illness) returned to the ice on Wednesday for practice.

His missed Team Canada's session on Tuesday because he was feeling sick. Seguin skated alongside John Tavares and Ryan Getzlaf, while Steven Stamkos stayed with Jonathan Toews and Logan Couture.
Sep 7 - 12:21 PM

Tyler Seguin is feeling under the weather so he isn't taking part in Team Canada's Tuesday practice.

He is staying at the hotel as a result. On the first day of Canada's preparations for the World Cup, Seguin skated on a line with Logan Couture and Jonathan Toews.
Sep 6 - 11:55 AM

Tyler Seguin feels recovered from his ailments and ready to play in the World Cup next month.

"Doing well," he said. "It's been a short but long summer, bit of a different summer as far as training wise just coming off an injury, but feeling great and looking forward to the World Cup in the next month or so." He missed the end of the regular season with an Achilles injury and sustained a calf ailment during the playoffs.
Aug 6 - 3:15 PM

Tyler Seguin (calf) has resumed skating.

Seguin returned from an Achilles injury in the first round of the playoffs, but was promptly sent back to the sidelines with his current calf injury. "It was terrible," Seguin said, referring to the injury. "Honestly, I didn't really tell [head coach] Lindy [Ruff] about it at the time. I hadn't been in the lineup, so I kind of kept it to myself and told [head trainer] Dave [Zeis] but not really Lindy. I've never felt anything like that."
Jun 8 - 8:29 AM

Tyler Seguin said the end of the season was the "toughest time" of his career.

Seguin missed the final 10 games of the regular season because of a cut on his Achilles and then missed the last 11 games of the playoffs because of strained left calf. He called it a "fluke" injury after a "weird step." "Probably the toughest time of my career I would say, being away from the rink," Seguin said. "Just two months of trying to find a fine line between supporting the guys and also not being a distraction and making sure they can do their jobs." He had 33 goals and 73 points during the regular season.
Source: ESPN.com
May 14 - 10:09 PM

Tyler Seguin was close to returning to the lineup from a calf injury.

"Personally, I was hoping for maybe a Game 2, Game 3 next round," he said. "So I was close, but I wasn't close enough yet." The Stars were eliminated in Game 7 by the St. Louis Blues, so Seguin will look to recover over the summer and be ready to play in the World Cup of Hockey.
May 14 - 11:56 AM

Tyler Seguin's lower-body injury was related to his calf.

Seguin only ended up participating in one playoff game and that was on April 16. The Stars were hoping that he would be available for the Western Conference Final though, had they made it that far. That suggests that this injury shouldn't be a factor for him over the summer or in 2016-17.
May 13 - 2:36 PM

Even though Tyler Seguin remains day-to-day with a lower-body injury, coach Lindy Ruff is encouraged by his progress.

"He's been ramping up the skating again, and that's all part of the process," Ruff said. "It's a good sign. It's a really good sign for us. It's just another step in this process." Seguin skated with the team on Tuesday, but he isn't expected to be ready to play in Game 7 on Wednesday night.
May 10 - 4:43 PM

Depth Charts

All Positions
PosRoleName
C1Tyler Seguin
2Jason Spezza
3Cody Eakin
4Radek Faksa
5Devin Shore
LW1Jamie Benn
2Patrick Sharp
3Antoine Roussel
4Mattias Janmark
5Jason Dickinson
RW1Jiri Hudler
2Ales Hemsky
3Patrick Eaves
4Curtis McKenzie
5Brett Ritchie
D1John Klingberg
2Dan Hamhuis
3Johnny Oduya
4Stephen Johns
5Esa Lindell
6Jordie Benn
7Patrik Nemeth
8Jamie Oleksiak
G1Kari Lehtonen
2Antti Niemi