Tyler Seguin is becoming a strong two-way player, but coach Claude Julien doesn't want that to take away from his offensive skills and creativity.
"The one thing I don't want you guys to get confused about is that we don't expect him to become a defensive player," Juklien said. "He's a goalscorer, he's an offensive player, and we want him to thrive in those areas. But for him to become a real good two-way player and for him to take pride at both ends of the rink is a bonus for us." Seguin will carry a five-game point streak into Thursday night's match versus Ottawa, but he has scored just three times in 16 games so far this season.