When you enter the NHL as the No. 2 overall pick, expectations are enormous. And a season as a bit player on a Stanley Cup championship team can lower the bar for the following season.
While many dream of Tyler Seguin emerging as a superstar, the speedster's second season still exceeded expectations in the eyes of Bruins fans.
Prior to last night's 5-3 loss to Pittsburgh at the Garden, Seguin was given the Seventh Player Award as the player who "performed beyond expectations as voted by the fans."
7th Player Seguin meets expectations
Boston Herald | Apr 4