Boy wonder Tyler Seguin is returning to the United States after playing 29 games with the Swiss-A League’s EHC Biel, the hockey club tweeted yesterday.
Tyler Seguin will leave EHC Biel and Switzerland after the Spengler Cup. We would like to thank him for 25 goals and wish him all the best!
— EHC Biel-Bienne (@ehcbiel) December 28, 2012
Bruins fans can exhale a tremendous sigh of relief now that Seguin Injury Watch 2K12 is over. It’s a shame the 20-year-old Stanley Cup champ couldn’t have that sort of production before a capacity crowd at the Garden.
Seguin’s first goal with Biel came on October 2 against “Zug,” whatever or whoever that is.
In late October, Seguin scored his first hat trick in Switzerland.
Seguin notched a four-goal game back in November with a little help from teammate and Chicago Blackhawk, Patty Kane.
Then this happened…
So Seguin scored 25 goals in 29 games, along with 15 assists, 24 PIM, and a plus/minus of -2. Various reports say that the NHL and NHLPA will hold several conference calls today and meet formally tomorrow. Hurry up, men. And regarding speculation an injury is the reason for his return?
There seem to be “reports” out of Biel @tylerseguin92 leaving Europe due to hip issues. It’s 100 percent bullcrap. He just told me he’s fine
— Joe Haggerty (@HackswithHaggs) December 29, 2012