Seguin (undisclosed) will play in Washington on Thursday.
Seguin did not play in the third period for the Stars after suffering an undisclosed injury in the third period. Sam Steel replaced Seguin on the second line with Matt Duchene and Mason Marchment. Seguin's status for Thursday's game was up in the air, but thankfully he will be available for the Stars. Seguin has had a resurgent season, scoring 17 points (8G / 9A) through 24 games.
Source: Mike Heika 12/7/23, 6:41 pm EST
Tyler Seguin (undisclosed) was hurt Wednesday and will be a game-time decision vs. Washington.
Seguin did not play in the third period for the Stars after suffering an undisclosed injury in the third period. Sam Steel replaced Seguin on the second line with Matt Duchene and Mason Marchment. Seguin's status for Thursday's game is still undetermined, and any absence would be unfortunate for the Stars as Seguin has had a resurgent season, scoring 17 points (8G / 9A) through 24 games.
Source: Saad Yousuf 12/7/23, 3:24 pm EST
Seguin (leg) is on the ice for warmups and is expected to play Thursday.
Seguin (leg) will be a game-time decision on Thursday.
Seguin hasn't played since March. 9th but will be a game-time decision Thursday vs. Pittsburgh. The 31-year-old had 17 goals, 25 assists, 159 SOG, 22 PIMs and a +3 plus/minus through 65 games played prior to his injury.
Seguin had the stitches removed from his leg and may be able to play by the end of the week.
Seguin hasn't played since March. 9th but may be able to return to the Stars' lineup by the end of the week. The 31-year-old had 17 goals, 25 assists, 159 SOG, 22 PIMs and a +3 plus/minus through 65 games played prior to his injury.
Seguin (leg) is not expected to play Saturday.
Seguin's left Thursday's game after his left leg got sliced by Jordan Greenway's skate. Seguin was on crutches post-game and likely will not be available for Saturday's game and could miss a few games beyond that.
Seguin (illness) is expected to be back in the Stars lineup on Sunday.
Seguin missed Friday's game in Winnipeg but practiced on Saturday and "should be fine" for Sunday's game according to head coach Rick Bowness. Expect confirmation either a few hours prior to puck-drop or when the Stars hit the ice for warmups at 3:30 PM ET.
Source: Mike Heika 03/6/22, 9:14 am EST
Seguin (illness) will not play Friday in Winnipeg.
Seguin (illness) will be a game-time decision on Friday.
Both Seguin and Miro Heiskanen are under the weather and missed the morning skate. Head coach Rick Bowness called both of them game-time decisions in Winnipeg.
Source: Mike Heika 03/4/22, 1:45 pm EST
Seguin (lower-body) is on the ice for warmups and is expected to make his season debut on Monday.
Seguin (hip) will be a game-time decision on Monday.
Seguin has yet to play this season but is nearing his debut and could come Monday in Florida. When Seguin does play, he will likely centre the second line with Jamie Benn and Denis Gurianov on his wings. Seguin had 17 goals and 33 assists (50 points) in 69 games last year.
Source: Mike Heika 05/3/21, 11:28 am EST
Seguin is "very, very questionable" to make his season debut on Saturday.
Seguin underwent right hip arthroscopy and labral repair on Monday and is expected to be out for five months.
Source: Saad Yousuf 11/4/20, 1:02 pm EST
Seguin sustained a torn labrum in his hip during the playoffs and is exploring options for possible surgery, which could carry a recovery time of four months.
Seguin is expected to play in Game 1 vs. Calgary.
Seguin missed the Stars' round-robin finale but will be available for Game 1 according to head coach Rick Bowness. Seguin failed to record a point in his two round-robin appearances and had no points in three games vs. the Flames this season.
Seguin is "unfit to play" in the Stars final round-robin game.
The Stars have signed Tyler Seguin to an eight-year contract extension worth $78.8 million ($9.85M AAV).
Seguin (illness) will be in the lineup on Tuesday.
Seguin was a question mark for Tuesday’s game because of an illness, but was on the ice for the morning skate and will play tonight vs. the Wild. Seguin has two goals and four assists (six points) in his last eight games and 45 points (16G / 29A) in 48 games this season.
Seguin (heel) is expected to start skating next week.
Seguin has been held off of the ice at the start of training camp due to a hairline fracture on his heel. The Stars season doesn’t start for another 13 days, so if he starts skating early next week, Seguin could be ready for the season opener vs. Anaheim.
Seguin (heel) is expected to be ready for the Stars’ season opener (Oct. 13).
Seguin was set to play for Team Canada at the World Cup of Hockey but suffered a hairline fracture to his heel and was returned to Dallas. Stars’ GM Jim Nill expects Seguin to be ready for their season opener in two weeks.