To get a good measurement on Tyler Seguin’s performance this postseason, it depends on who you talk to.

Some say Seguin’s compete level is up and is accepting a role unlike his ‘goal-scorer’ role he’s had for most of his hockey days.

His detractors will point the fact he has just one goal and a minus-2 to show for 17 games of work. Production that doesn’t matchup with the lofty expectations that come with being a second-overall pick and a player with a $35-million contract.