My initial reaction to hearing that 17-year-old Plymouth Whalers sniper Tyler Seguin had been released from Team Canada's World Junior squad was one of disbelief. After all, he has been amongst the Ontario Hockey League's top three scorers all season long. In 31 games so far this year, Seguin has scored 26 goals and added 26 assists. It is little wonder that Central Scouting has had such a hard time deciding on who should go first overall in the 2010 NHL Entry Draft. Should it be Seguin, or Windsor Spitfires phenom Taylor Hall? With Hall making the Canadian squad itámay beáall but decided who will indeed be the first pick come June 25, 2010 in Los Angeles. Or is it? In 1990, the Quebec Nordiques selected Owen Nolan first overall, despite failing to make the cut for Canada at the World Ju ...
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