2010 NHL Draft 2nd Pick: Boston Bruins Select Tyler Seguin, Plymouth Whalers Center

With the Edmonton Oilers taking Taylor Hall, the Boston Bruins are happy to settle with Tyler Seguin, center from the Plymouth Whalers. 

Seguin is a good center that ended up being ranked number one in the final NHL Central Scouting Final rankings. Seguin likes to model his game after former Detroit Red Wings center Steve Yzerman. From our preview in May

According to Seguin, this is no coincidence. Steve Yzerman was Seguin's favorite player growing up and he modeled his game after him. Seguin will find himself most likely drafted higher than the 4th overall that Yzerman was drafted in 1983. Many scouts have said that Seguin has that eye for the NHL and he has the work ethic to make him an elite player.

The Boston Bruins are going to be very happy with Seguin and Seguin can learn from a good center like Marc Savard. That is, if Savard is a Bruin come next season...

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