We will probably be measuring the Phil Kessel trade that netted the Bruins three high draft picks for years to come, but it's still looking like a pretty good deal for the Bruins despite only one of those picks having played for them.

Tyler Seguin, the No. 2 overall pick last year, continues to show he's blooming quite nicely in his second year. He had a goal and two assists last night and, perhaps even more indicative of his growth, made a terrific, desperate backcheck in the third period to break up a scoring chance.

"It was the end of my shift and I had to dive," said Seguin. "I didn't have enough juice in my legs — just tried to make the best out of something if I could."