Dallas Stars Daily Links: Offseason Updates from Antoine Roussel, Tyler Seguin

Antoine Roussel and Tyler Seguin let us know how their summers are going. Plus, Denis Gurianov is adjusting to life in Texas, and the Jets revealed their Heritage Classic jerseys.

While helping out with the Stars' summer hockey camps, both Antoine Roussel and Tyler Seguin offered updates on what they've been up to since the season ended.

Roussel, for starters, is newly married, and he and his wife, Alexandra, are expecting their first child. Roussel also talked about his excitement for the upcoming season.

Roussel found some good chemistry on a line with center Radek Faksa and right wing Ales Hemsky down the stretch and in the playoffs last season, and he hopes that line can build on that in 2016-17.

"I really hope we are going to start together," Roussel said. "I think it is a great combination of skill, power, and aggressiveness. I like to play with those two guys. It is fun, but I will play anywhere they want me to play."

Seguin, who stopped by the Dallas Stars Hockey Academy on Satuday, chatted about his "quiet" offseason, the upcoming World Cup, and the importance of winning a playoff series.

On going to the World Cup with Jamie Benn
"Being selected for this stuff is always obviously an honor and cool to go yourself, but to share that with a teammate is something pretty special. Even something like the All-Star Game last year, going with him for the first time, it's just something special you can share with each other and go through the event with each other. I'm sure the World Cup's going to be pretty great."

Here's the rest of what Seguin had to say.

For more on Roussel and Seguin, check out the links. [Stars Inside Edge] + [SportsDayDFW]


Ready to work and eager to impress, Denis Gurianov is adjusting to life in North America. [SportsDayDFW]

Get to know the trainers behind some of the NHL's biggest stars—that includes Matt Nichol, who works with Tyler Seguin. [The Hockey News]

Congratulations to Penny Oleksiak—younger sister of Jamie Oleksiask—who picked up her second Olympic medal (a silver in the 100M butterfly) on Sunday.

Former Stars defenseman Aaron Rome is suing the NHL and his insurance company for compensation. [Dallas Morning News]

What we can learn about the way teams value defensemen from Tyson Barrie and the Avalanche. [Puck Daddy]

There's no official name yet for the NHL's Las Vegas team, but owner Bill Foley says that progress is being made. (The OHL's London Knights aren't exactly helping matters.) [Las Vegas Review-Journal]

The Jets unveiled their Heritage Classic jerseys and the roster for their alumni game against the Oilers.

Allan Muir looks at the undrafted free agents who could make an impact in the West this season. [Sports Illustrated]

Rob Lowe fans, gather 'round to hear the oral history of 1980s hockey flick Youngblood. [The Hockey News]

Here's what you need to know now that the U.S.'s world junior evaluation camp has come to a close. [NHL]

And finally, getting to skate with Tyler Seguin seems like a pretty cool way to spend your weekend.