First and foremost was the play of the newest Bruins' offensive weapons — rookie Tyler Seguin and former Panther winger Nathan Horton. Each scored a goal Saturday night and according to NESN's Bruins analyst Andy Brickley, each showed something different on Saturday night.
Seguin got the scoring going for the Bruins in the second period scoring his first goal of the preseason, and his first tally in a Bruins uniform. Despite the "milestone," Brickley tried to put it in perspective.
"Even if you're a rookie like Tyler Seguin and score your first professional goal, it's not until you score during the regular season," he said."
That doesn't mean it still wasn't impressive.
"It was a thing of beauty," Brickley continued. "You get a real good idea of what this kid's skill set is, in and around the offensive zone and around the net. … That's not an easy shot to make."
To hear more from Andy Brickley on NESN Daily, including what he thinks Nathan Horton will bring to the Bruins' offensive attack, check out the video below.
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