Bruins Seguin Displays Speed At 1st Day Of Camp

By HOWARD ULMAN

AP Sports Writer

WILMINGTON, Mass. (AP) – Tyler Seguin sped straight at the net,

quickly shifted the puck to his backhand and flipped it over the

goalie's right shoulder for a goal.

From the packed stands, fans who attended the first skating

session of the Boston Bruins development camp chanted his name. He

was just happy they pronounced it correctly. It's “SAY-gihn.”

The Bruins took the high-scoring forward from the Ontario Hockey

League with the second pick of last month's NHL draft. He has a

very good chance of making the team as a rookie, but there are no

guarantees.

Still, his presence on Wednesday drew one of the biggest crowds

– if not the biggest – to watch a Bruins development camp session

since they drafted Joe Thornton with the first overall pick in

1997.