Tyler Seguin Shakes 'Shivers,' Tallies Assist in NHL Preseason Debut in Montreal Bruins rookie Tyler Seguin took a big step in a year of “firsts” on Wednesday night picking up his first point in his first exhibition game as the B’s opened their preseason schedule in Montreal.

The Bruins took care of business in their first game since being eliminated from the Eastern Conference playoffs last spring by jumping out to a four-goal lead and holding on to down the Canadiens, 4-2.

Seguin picked up his first point when he assisted on Johnny Boychuk‘s first period power play goal.

The No.2 overall pick wasn’t the only one who had a successful Boston debut. Nathan Horton made his first appearance with the black and gold after he was acquired in the offseason and opened the scoring with a goal in the first period.

Patrice Bergeron added two goals — one shorthanded — and Tuukka Rask looked solid in net for the Bruins.

Check out the highlights from the Bruins’ preseason opener below.