During the last year and a half, Bruins fans have seen the magic that Tyler Seguin can create. Now the rest of the world can see. Through 14 games with EHC Biel, Seguin has 22 points (10 goals, 12 assists) and put on arguably his most impressive performance as pro. He scored four goals and finished with five points in one game.
Seguin already leads the team in points and goals and should continue to impress with new linemate Patrick Kane. Now let's see how the rest of the Bruins are faring overseas.
Patrice Bergeron – In just eight games, Bergeron already leads HC Lugano in goals (eight) and tied for second in points (16) behind only former Bruin Glen Metropolit.
Tuukka Rask – Rask appears to have find his groove after his groin scare. He's gone 2-0 the last week, posting his first shutout. His season totals stand at 9-3 with a 1.75 goals against and a .937 save percentage.
Zdeno Chara – Chara continues to produce from the blueline for HC Lev Praha. He now seven points (two goals, five assists) in 11 games.
David Krejci – Krejci has six points in the last four games and is fourth on the team in points (14) and goals (7).
Andrew Ference – Ference may be turing things around for HC Ceske Budejovice. He picked up a goal and an assist in his last game.
Dennis Seidenberg – Seidenberg is heating up in Germany. In the last three games he has four points and may soon join the rest of the Bruins in making a big impact overseas.
Rich Peverely – Peverely scored his second goal of the season for JYP. Peverely is tied for fourth on JYP with nine assists and his 11 points is good for sixth on the team.
Anton Khudobin – Khudobin hasn't appeared in any games since last week.
Chris Kelly – Kelly has yet to appear in a game for HC Red Ice as he signed just four days ago.
Tags: Andrew Ference, Anton Khudobin, Boston, Boston Bruins, Chris Kelly, David Krejci, Dennis Seidenberg, Hockey, NHL, Patrice Bergeron, Rich Peverely, Tuukka Rask, Tyler Seguin, Zdeno Chara
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