Tyler Seguin played a grittier game in Sunday's win over Winnipeg, which Boston coach Claude Julien is hoping to see more of now.
"That's what he's capable of doing," said Julien. "He's a good player. He's still a young player. He just needs to build confidence and want to do that night in and night out. You've got to be willing to put the work in. All of a sudden, the skill takes over. I thought he responded well tonight in a game where we really needed him to be good." Seguin has just three goals and eight points in 13 games this season, but he's more than capable of going on a roll once he establishes a groove.