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What makes Tyler Seguin the Stars' most dangerous weapon

New Dallas Stars Head Coach Ken Hitchcock wants Tyler Seguin to be the team's No. 1 center in 2017-18, and for good reason.

<p>Dallas Stars center Tyler Seguin (91) celebrates a goal against Montreal Canadiens goalie Al Montoya (35) during the first period at the American Airlines Center. Credit: Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports</p>

New Dallas Stars Head Coach Ken Hitchcock wants Tyler Seguin to be the team’s No. 1 center in 2017-18, and for good reason.

Hitchcock, who is notoriously tough on players, expects Seguin to “do everything” to become a No. 1 center. But one thing the 25-year-old Canadian already has a knack for is dynamic offensive play.

Seguin is a superstar point-scorer, and putting the puck into the net isn’t his only skill. He ranks third in the NHL in primary points -- that’s goals plus first assists -- per 60 minutes since 2014-15.

WinnersView took a dive into the numbers to show how Seguin is an elite threat in the offensive zone:

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