Dallas Stars statement on Tyler Seguin

Here’s the Stars’ release:

The Dallas Stars organization has released the following statement:

“In no way, shape or form does the Dallas Stars organization condone or agree with the message that was sent out through Tyler Seguin’s Twitter feed last night. We’ve addressed the issue directly with Tyler and we’ll continue to work on educating our players regarding the importance of their conduct on all forms of social media.”

11 Responses to “Dallas Stars statement on Tyler Seguin”

  1. Why did you trade for this punk?!?!

    Kid has talent but all he cares about it getting laid….

  2. Take it from the people of Boston you are so right. Great talent, hope the Stars can straigten him out. God knows we have. Good Luck

  3. As a B’s fan, Seguin should leave friends home and go to Dallas ALONE. Have Recchi be a Dad type & hook him up with a responsible roommate. Seggy’s whole family likes to party so his behavior isn’t a mystery.

  4. I don’t believe Seguin sent that tweet. It’s pretty clear it was a prank, and a bad one at that.

  5. He certainly is one of the fastest players on the ice nowadays good luck Tyler and show those Dallas fans some finesse …. We will miss ya here. :(

  6. ghost of stanley cup past July 7, 2013 6:39 pm at 6:39 pm

    I am offended that someone is offended. Who cares what he tweets? Can he put it in the net at game time? I will cheer a steer or a queer if it can score goals.

    • It is not his first time. He gets “hacked” a lot. His twitter is public and when he is in the public, like it or not, he represents the organization.
      His lack of professionalism has affected his game. Bruins made it to the finals and through out the entire playoffs Seguin had ONE goal…. I genuinely like he kid and I hope Dallas can help him.

  7. What did he say anyway?

  8. ghost of stanley cup past July 7, 2013 6:51 pm at 6:51 pm

    Stars haven’t been so ready for a winning season since Sean Avery’s sloppy seconds comment. Stars actually get somewhere in playoffs and it will not matter what players say or do off ice. Where are the days of Slap Shot?

  9. So, let me get this straight. We traded Loui Eriksson – Proven NHL Talent and Class act for a guy that was drafted 2nd in the 2010 NHL Draft by a Stanley Cup Final Team. Seguin really hasn’t lived up to expectations as yet. Jim Nill has made quite a few Trades of Late. Hopefully some of the older players can be a calming influence on Tyler Seguin otherwise we may just have another high priced Sean Avery on our Hands.

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