Tyler Seguin Nets First Career Hat Trick, Becomes Youngest Bruin to Accomplish Feat Since Sergei Samsonov


Phil Kessel might be putting together a solid season for the Maple Leafs, but Toronto general manager Brian Burke has to be a little bit jealous watching Tyler Seguin tear it up for the B's this season.

The Bruins, of course, drafted Seguin, an Ontario native, with a draft pick they received from Toronto as part of the Kessel trade. The 19-year-old is already showing why he was regarded as a can't-miss prospect, putting together a solid second season so far, which now includes a hat trick.

Seguin's three goals on Saturday against the Maple Leafs marks the young forward's first career hat trick. It also makes him the youngest Bruins player to accomplish the feat since Sergei Samsonov.

To hear what Seguin had to say after his big game and the Bruins' big win, check out the video above.

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