The Bruins played three times this past week going 1-2 in those three games. The Bruins started the week off with a tough 1-0 loss Monday afternoon to the Colorado Avalanche. Wednesday night the B’s hit the road for the first time and came out of that one with another frustrating loss, this time losing 3-2 to the Carolina Hurricanes. The black and gold ended the week with a big 3-2 shootout win in Chicago on Saturday.
It was difficult to come up with a player of the week in a week where the Bruins did not play well, but after going back and looking at all three games one person stuck out a little more than the rest.
This week’s Bruins Daily Bruins player of the week is none other than forward Tyler Seguin.
Seguin got bumped up to the Bruins top line the past two games due to an injury to center David Krejci. In the three games Seguin played in this week Seguin had one goal, one assist and was a plus one. Seguin was also the only person to score in the shootout Saturday evening, in a game the Bruins really could not afford to lose.
With the two point week, Seguin now leads the Bruins with five points. Seguin has looked very well this season and the 19 year-old is showing much more confidence this season.
Previous Bruins Daily Bruins player of the week winners:
10/6-10/9: Brad Marchand
Here are the videos of Seguins goal against the Hurricanes, and game winning shootout goal against the Blackhawks.