A turbulent season of ups and downs for 21-year-old Tyler Seguin might just be getting started.

The gifted Bruins forward struggled through the entire 2013 Stanley Cup playoff run for the Black and Gold with just a single goal, eight points and a minus-2 rating for Boston in 22 postseason games. That was the end point for an inconsistent regular season (16 goals and 32 points in 48 games) that seemed to be a step back from last season when he potted 29 goals and earned his first All-Star appearance with Boston.

General manager Peter Chiarelli referenced the subpar season for Seguin when asked about him at the season-ending press conference earlier this week.

“I thought he played a strong game the last game. I thought his [Stanley Cup Final] was good. He’s a young, explosive player that didn’t perform exactly the way we had envisioned,” said Chiarelli. “But he’s young and he makes plays, and he makes timely plays. There are only good things in store for him.”

With all of that in mind amid a stacked 2013 draft class at the top of the first round, sources have indicated to CSNNE.com that the Bruins are listening to trade offers for their coveted young player. A league source indicated to CSNNE.com that it would take a “king’s ransom” to get the Bruins to move on Seguin, and that a top-10 first round pick in this year’s draft would most certainly have to part of the trade package.