Tyler Seguin: It wasn't my best. We just found a way to win tonight

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Tyler Seguin: It wasn't my best. We just found a way to win tonight

Tyler Seguin made his team happy after he scored a goal in the last moments of the match and brought victory to his team (Dallas Stars) with a score of 4-3 against the Ottawa Senators. "It's a funny game," Seguin said, as quoted by nhl.com.

"I feel like I'm playing well the last couple games, a lot of chances, no finish. Tonight, I thought I [stunk] and scored the overtime winner. Definitely felt good." Stars coach Pete DeBoer praised Wyatt Johnston who assisted Seguin.

"[Johnston] makes the play, right, a second effort to get the puck back,"-Pete DeBoer said. "A great play by a young guy. If he wasn't our best forward, he was in that conversation, so he deserved to be out there." Seguin was not satisfied, but the most important thing for him is the victory.

"It wasn't our best," Seguin admitted. "Like I said, it wasn't my best. We just found a way to win tonight."

Senators coach D.J.' s reaction

Senators coach D.J. is satisfied with his team's performance despite the defeat. There were many positive things, only luck was missing for his team.

"Down 2-0 early, and not a couple of great goals [against], but stayed with it and battled," Senators coach D.J. Smith said. "I thought we played a really good game. To lose that way in overtime, it hurts, but in saying that, that's a really good team and we had all kinds of opportunities to win."
DeBoer decided to give special praise to one of the players.

"Miro's adding layers to his game," DeBoer said. "We're asking an awful lot of him: defend, score, play 28 minutes, do everything. I'm a little worried about wearing him out, overusing him, asking too much of him, because it's a long season. But he's a great player and he can do just about anything out there."