It didn’t take a two-goal, two-assist performance as Dallas’ only representative in the 2015 NHL All-Star Game to prove that Stars’ center Tyler Seguin was the team MVP of the season’s first half.
Seguin shares the league lead in goals (28) and is second in points (52) to Philadelphia’s Jakub Voracek (56).
Seguin also leads the league with 17 goals at home, three more than second best Rick Nash of the New York Rangers.
His effort leads a Stars team that sits fourth in the league in goals per game at 3.09.
“Seguin has had a great first half and we’re going to need him to do the same in the second half,” teammate Jason Spezza said. “He’s a dynamic offensive guy. We’re going to push him to try and keep scoring goals and producing offense for us.”