Tyler Seguin and the Boston Bruins have come to terms on an entry-level contract, the team announced on Tuesday.
The deal is believed to be similar in scale to No. 1 overall pick Taylor Hall's agreement with the Edmonton Oilers, according to the report. Hall's contract is for three years, for the maximum $900,000 and with a potential for $3.75 million with bonuses annually.
Seguin led the OHL in scoring last season with 106 points in 63 games and was the No. 2 overall pick in this year's NHL draft. He played in 124 regular season games during his two years with Plymouth, recording 69-104=175 totals. Seguin then added 10-16=26 totals in 20 postseason contests.