Bruins' sensation Tyler Seguin scores big with kids

By 
Pat Tarantino, Reporter Staff
Sep. 14, 2011

Tyler Seguin at Leahy-Holloran Community Center: The Bruins center handed out pucks and opening day tickets on Tuesday. Reporter photo by Pat TarantinoTyler Seguin at Leahy-Holloran Community Center: The Bruins center handed out pucks and opening day tickets on Tuesday. Reporter photo by Pat Tarantino
Kids at Dorchester’s Leahy-Holloran Community Center had a brush with greatness on Tuesday, when Boston Bruins center Tyler Seguin made a surprise appearance. After being met with a round of applause and cheers, Seguin announced that each of the 20 youngsters and a parent would be attending the Bruins’ October 6 home opener. The visit is part of Dunkin’ Donuts KidZone program, which awards non-profit child care centers with an opportunity to catch Boston hockey, baseball, basketball, and soccer games live from a special section.
After receiving autographed hockey pucks, the kids had a few minutes to ask Seguin questions like “is Chara really that tall?”