• He won the Red Tilson Trophy as the Ontario Hockey Leagues' outstanding player for the 2009-10 season, beating out Windsor Spitfires' Taylor Hall and London Knights' Nazem Kadri.
• Seguin recorded 10 points (5-5--10) in nine games during the 2010 Ontario Hockey League playoffs before the Whalers were defeated in the second round by Windsor.
• He finished the regular season tied for the league lead with 106 points (48-58--106), becoming the first player in Plymouth franchise history to lead the OHL in scoring. His 48 goals in 63 games ranked third in the OHL in 2009-10.
• During the 2009-10 season he captained Team White and was selected team MVP at the Top Prospects Game, was named an OHL All-Star for the Canada-Russia Challenge and competed in the OHL All-Star game.
• He starred for Canada at the 2009 Ivan Hlinka Memorial Tournament in the Czech Republic, leading the event and Canada to gold with four goals and six assists (4-6--10) in four games. Seguin also won a gold medal with Team Ontario at the World Under-17 Challenge, finishing second in tournament scoring with 11 points on a tournament-best eight assists (3-8--11) in six games.
• Seguin got his start in the game at age five, playing Timbits hockey in Whitby – “I started playing because my dad played and wanted to get me into it. He always pushed me growing up and gave me advice”.
• His father, Paul, played at the University of Vermont, where he was the team captain and teammate of future NHLer John LeClair.
• His boyhood idol is Steve Yzerman – “He’s definitely been my favorite player growing up and last year I got the honor to meet him and it was a really big privilege".
NHL Player: Henrik Zetterberg Shootout move: “Fake forehand, backhand, forehand, mid cheese” Goal celebration: “Glass jump” Video Game: Call of Duty Movie: Miracle TV Show: NHL on the Fly Actress: Jessica Alba Cartoon Character: Bart Simpson Website: plymouthwhalers.com Book: Air Jordan Pump-up song: “There are many. A classic would be Eye of the Tiger by Survivor” Restaurant: Omelette Cafe Sport (other than hockey): Lacrosse Superhero: Superman
Once again, it shows character in this dressing room. Once again, there's no quitting in here. We all wanted this so bad and we worked so hard to get home-ice advantage and we weren't going to let this one slide.
— Colorado Avalanche captain Gabriel Landeskog on his team's OT Game 1 win vs. Minnesota Wild