Seguin's speed and wrist shot were just too much for the opposition to handle. His second goal came from a nice setup by Chicago Blackhawks star winger Patrick Kane, who recently joined EHC Biel. Watching these two stars play on the same line will be very exciting for hockey fans in Switzerland.
Thanks to Seguin's goal scoring, EHC Biel defeated Genève-Servette HC, 7-2, and are now in sixth place in the National League A standings. The Bruins winger also added an assist in the victory.
One of the other notable NHL players in this game was Logan Couture of the San Jose Sharks, who scored the first of two goals for Genève-Servette HC. Yannick Weber of the Montreal Canadiens earned an assist on Couture's goal.
Seguin has scored 12 goals with 10 assists for 22 points in just 14 games for Biel this season, and now that Kane is with the club, his offensive production will probably increase. The 20-year-old star leads EHC Biel in goals and points and ranks fourth in assists.
Seguin is one of 10 Bruins players currently playing overseas during the work stoppage.
The most recent player to head to Europe was Chris Kelly earlier this week (via James Murphy of ESPN Boston):
Just confirmed w/Pat Morris, agent for Bruins forward Chris Kelly that Kelly has signed on for a month to play for HC Red Ice in Switzerland— Jimmy Murphy (@MurphysLaw74) October 31, 2012
It's good to see players like Seguin having success overseas, and Bruins fans are hoping that the lockout ends soon so he can bring his amazing offensive talents back to Boston for another Stanley Cup run.
Nicholas Goss is a Boston Bruins columnist at Bleacher Report. He was also B/R's on-site reporter for the 2011 Stanley Cup Final in Boston and has covered the Bruins since the 2010-11 season. Follow him on Twitter.