Less than a month after turning more than a few heads at the Boston Bruins
Development Camp in Wilmington, Mass., Tyler Seguin
was doing the same last week at Team Canada's junior development camp in Newfoundland.
Sure, he has impressed his teammates and coaches, but what else would you expect from the No. 2 pick in the NHL Entry Draft? Three days after inking a three-year, entry-level contract with the Bruins on his kitchen table in Brampton, Ont., Seguin discussed his future with NHL.com during a break in the action at junior camp.
"It's nice knowing you don't have to worry about signing an NHL contract anymore and now it's just about focusing on and earning that spot and playing to make the (Bruins) roster," Seguin said.