Tyler Seguin, Dallas Stars
We have some data on this one as Seguin was serenaded with boos when he returned to the Garden in November any time he touched the puck. The former second overall draft pick for the Bruins in 2010 never quite lived up to his potential in Boston but has been averaging more than a point per game playing center for the Dallas Stars this season. Boston had high hopes for the 21-year-old native of Brampton, Ont. after his signing and a strong 2011 season, finishing with a career-high 67 points, but things went downhill during his last season in Boston, with rumors persisting of excessive partying dogging Seguin until he was traded after the 2013 season.
Seguin scored just one goal in the Bruins 2013 playoff run that took them to the Stanley Cup Finals, but for now, it looks like the Stars got the better of the trade as the former beleaguered Bruin has regained his scoring touch. “In the end, I know I made my wrong choices and bad decisions,” Seguin told USA Today Sports in September. “But the things I won’t man up to are things that are untrue.”