Brent Seabrook registered his 20th assist of the season on Tuesday.
Seabrook broke a nine-game pointless slump with that assist. After recording a career-high 48 points last season, Seabrook will finish no where near that mark in 2011-12. That's in large part due to his decline in productivity with the man advantage. He has three power-play points this season, compared to 20 in 2010-11. Seabrook's power-play ice time has also decline this season, but not drastically. He averaged 2:39 power-play minutes per contest last season and 2:03 minutes in 2011-12.