It is the stuff of legends.
Teen angel Tyler Seguin could not get on the ice for any of the Bruins' first 11 playoff games. He watched the first two rounds from the press box, surrounded by sportswriters. This would make any young talent feel like a loser.
It took a Patrice Bergeron concussion to get Seguin in a game and he responded with a breakaway Orr-esque goal in the Bruins' 5-2 Game 1 loss to the Lightning. Still, he played less than 10 minutes of that game (mostly garbage time) and stubborn coach Claude (a.k.a. "Grady'') Julien would not put him on the power play.
The kid's gloves are off
Boston Globe | May 18