Seguin was moved from wing to center after being acquired by the Dallas Stars from the Boston Bruins in a trade on July 4, 2013. Since then, he has teamed with left wing Jamie Benn to create one of the NHL's most potent scoring duos, with Seguin averaging more than 34 goals and nearly 77 points in his first five seasons with the Stars.
A 30-goal scorer in four of those seasons, Seguin's emergence as an elite-level point producer came as no surprise. He was simply fulfilling the promise the Bruins projected when they selected Seguin with the No. 2 pick in the 2010 NHL Draft.