Seguin excited about Stars' moves

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DALLAS, TX (The Spread) – Tyler Seguin is fired up about the Stars offseason moves but will their off-ice success translate to more wins?

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The Stars made a splash this offseason when they acauired Jason Spezza and Ludvig Karlsson from the Ottawa Senators in exchange for a 2015 second round pick, Alex Guptill, Nicholas Paul and Alex Chiasson. Dallas is now loaded with top-end talent between Spezza, Seguin and Jamie Benn.

"I think everyone's ready to go. I've been talking, even seeing the guys so much this summer, it's surprising for an off-season," Seguin told the Dallas Morning News. "In Boston, I didn't see my teammates that often, I guess, everyone kind of does their own thing. But this summer, with the Stars, it seems like we're always together every other week, but everyone's excited and ready for training camp to start."

Seguin still admitted to being in disbelief that the Stars were able to land Spezza in a trade.

"When I actually saw the Spezza trade, or heard about it, I didn't believe it at first. I had to go online, social media these days, and see if it was confirmed."

According to oddsmakers from online sports book Bovada.lv, the Stars are 20/1 to win the 2015 Stanley Cup and 11/1 to win the 2015 Western Conference.

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