Tyler Seguin is great at scoring goals. He's not so great at playing goal.
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For Tyler Seguin, it seems like it's easier to score goals than prevent them. That much is clear given his position as a forward for the Dallas Stars, but Seguin tried to show off some skills in net in practice on Wednesday.
Let's just say it did not go well.
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To be fair to Seguin he didn't have full goalie pads on, but he still seemed to have terrible instincts in net as Kari Lehtonen had Seguin completely fooled on a very slow, very simple shot.
All in all, the experiment looked like a lot of fun for both Seguin and Lehtonen, and it gives the Stars roster a new way to tease Seguin. It's easy to have fun when you're playing well, and Seguin is certainly doing just that. The center leads the Stars in scoring with 27 points (10 goals, 17 assists) in 19 games.