Seguin apologies to Dallas fans
DALLAS (AP) - Tyler Seguin (SAY'-gin) wants to become the new face of the Dallas Stars. He'll have to wipe a little egg off it first.
That process started Tuesday when the dynamic young forward with a penchant for Twitter controversy apologized again for an anti-gay comment that showed up on his account over the weekend.
The 21-year-old former No. 2 overall pick also reiterated that his account was hacked - but acknowledged that even he wouldn't believe that explanation if it came from someone else.
Seguin, who was acquired in a seven-player deal with Boston, and fellow center Shawn Horcoff were introduced to reporters in Dallas.
Seguin is seen as a top-line center. Horcoff is a steady veteran who was traded after spending his first 12 seasons in Edmonton.