In the month of July, hockey fans only have one game to play — the waiting game.
As teams reshuffle their rosters through the draft and free agency, their supporters around the world sit idly by as they wait for games to pick up (or at least for the release of NHL 19) in September.
But what if there was another game to play?
For Nintendo fans not looking forward to the new Mario Party or Super Smash Bros. titles coming out on the Switch later this year (How could you not?), the Dallas Stars have an old-school flavor for you…
Ever since Seguin came over from the Boston Bruins five years ago, he has indeed been his own brand of super.
In the first four years after the Seguin trade, the four players Boston got in the deal (before they all left) combined to score 252 points.
In that same amount of time, Seguin alone had 133 goals and 173 assists — good for 306 points.
Last season, in another 82 games in Victory Green, Seguin added 78 more points (40 goals, 38 assists), the second-highest point total of his career.
Looks like the addition of Alexander Radulov — who makes a cameo appearance at the end of the Super Seguin Bros. level — not only brought another budding superstar to the Stars’ top line, but another “super star” to boost Tyler Seguin’s game.
Dallas is only two months away from camp. Plenty of time to plan for another run at the Stanley Cup and a run past Bowser to save Princess Peach.