Seguin underwent surgery Friday morning for what is being called a 15 percent cut of the tendon. He is expected to be ready for the playoffs, and Seguin claimed he cannot see himself missing Game 1.
The injury occurred with 20 seconds left in Thursday's win against the Tampa Bay Lightning. Seguin got tangled up with Anton Stralman while on defense, and it seemed as if that is where he got hurt.
The Star has 33 goals and 73 points in 72 games this season, while his 26 even-strength goals leads the league. Seguin had back-to-back 37-goal seasons in his first two years since coming over from Boston, and was on pace for the same amount this year.
His best year as a Bruin came in the 2011-12 season, when he recorded 29 goals and 38 assists. Seguin's attention will now turn to getting healthy for what could be a Stanley Cup run in Dallas.