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Stars' Seguin beefs up Dallas arena

Forward designs own burger to be sold at playoff games

by Steve Hunt / Correspondent

DALLAS -- The Dallas Stars have unveiled their latest signature burger, the Segs And Bacon, designed by forward Tyler Seguin  

The burger, which features a 1/3-pound patty on a knotted-egg bun, Canadian bacon, pickled jalapeno smoked bacon, pimento cheese, three-mustard aioli, white cheddar cheese curds and shredded romaine lettuce, and served with battered fries and a side of spicy ketchup, was unveiled in the press box during the first intermission of the Stars' game against the Colorado Avalanche on Thursday. 

"First NHL goal was pretty big, winning the Stanley Cup was pretty big, but having my first burger, that's really something special," Seguin said. 

The Segs And Bacon is $12 and will be sold at American Airlines Center during the Stanley Cup Playoffs. 

Seguin is second on the Stars with 73 points, but has missed the past eight games with an Achilles injury sustained in a 4-3 win against the Tampa Bay Lightning on March 14. He hopes to return to start the postseason.  

"Yeah, [I'm] feeling good, looking good," Seguin said. "I'm getting better every day. Just started skating a couple days ago and from here on out we'll see where it goes."

This is the second player-themed burger the Stars have unveiled this season. In late January, Dallas introduced the Klingburger, designed by defenseman John Klingberg. That burger was a 1/3-pound patty on a toasted cheddar-cheese infused Ciabatta bun with cheddar cheese, Swedish secret sauce, homemade quick pickles, bacon, shaved red onion and lettuce. It was served with dill pickle-infused fries.

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